Judge Sharon Guffee | Williamson County, TN - Official Sitehttps://www.williamsoncounty-tn.gov/1356/Judge-Sharon-GuffeeSharon Guffee has been a resident of Williamson County for almost thirty years. She received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of South Carolina. She received her Doctorate of Jurisprudence from Nashville School of Law in 1997. From 1997-2003 Judge Guffee was an Assistant District Attorney for
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There are many people who have publicly spoken about their horrid experiences with Judge Guffee's judicial misconduct. There are many who have remained silent.
The fact is that there are many people who are drug free, criminal record free, and who are caring and loving parents who understand their rights.
Judge Guffee believes that "ALL" are simply "dissatisfied with her rulings in their cases" and that ALL are "parents who are suffering from the stress of involvement with the Department of Children's Services and also their own fragile mental health."
Judge Sharon Guffee states that anyone dissatisfied with her ruling should file an appeal. She wants to make it appear that ALL these complaints can be dealt with by the Court of Appeals. Well, Judge Guffee, an appeal is NOT necessary in order to file complaints of your judicial misconduct. If YOU don't bother following the law, you are in violation of your duties. If you do not understand the law, then you are unlearned and need to be held accountable. If you are intentionally denying parties their audio/video records of their hearings in front of you, then you are HIDING the evidence of your misconduct.
It is not possible that so many people, who have had various attorney's represent them, and who have had various issues at different times can all be wrong.
"One time is just that, once.
Two times forms a line.
Three times is a pattern.
I make decisions based upon patterns.
I believe patterns demonstrate intent."
-Dana C. McLendon III