23, Jul 2014 - Kingsport, TN Tennessee Supreme Court refuses to hear former priest's appeal
KINGSPORT — A former Kingsport Catholic priest accused of molesting a young boy more than three decades ago had his conviction upheld Monday after the Tennessee Supreme Court refused to hear his case. William Casey, previously of Greeneville, is currently serving a 35-year sentence as a result of his 2011 conviction in Sullivan County Criminal Court on charges of first-degree sexual misconduct ...
22, Jul 2014 - Sullivan, TN Ramsey: Voters will decide if state Supreme Court judges stay or not
Tennessee Lt. Gov. Ron Ramsey said Wednesday that he has no intentions of “sitting on the sidelines” while members of the state Supreme Court try and earn yes votes in August’s retention election.
02, Apr 2014 - Scott, TN Former Kingsport priest seeks appeal of sex abuse conviction
KINGSPORT -- A former Kingsport priest, convicted of sexually abusing an altar boy in the 1970s, is attempting to appeal his conviction to the Tennessee Supreme Court.William Casey, previously of Greeneville, was convicted in Sullivan County Criminal Court in 2011 of first-degree sexual misconduct and two counts of aggravated rape. Prosecutors charged Casey sexually abused an altar boy shortly ...