MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WIAT) - The Alabama Supreme Court announced numerous decisions on Friday.
Chief Justice Roy Moore dismissed Luke Edwards et al. v. Bruce L. Johnson et al.
Justice Lyn Stuart gave no opinion and denied writ to the court of civil appeals for Pamela D. Thompson v. Dr. Andrew Hugine, Jr., et al.
Justice Michael F. Bolin gave no opinion and denied writ to the court of criminal appeals in the cases Leon Devon Rogers v. State of Alabama, Jonathan L. Rutledge v. State of Alabama and Steven Woodham v. State of Alabama.
Bolin also gave no opinion and denied writ of civil appeals in the case of Doris Hardy v. Ronald W. Smith and Nancy R. Smith.
Justice Tom Parker gave no opinion and affirmed an appeal from Shelby Circuit Court in Daniels Capital Corporation v. William Dunn. Parker denied writ to the Alabama Court of Criminal Appeals in the case of Melvin Gene Hodges v. State of Alabama.
Justice Glenn Murdock partially granted a petition and partially denied in the case of Louise Alexander and White, Arnold & Dowd, P.C. v. City of Bessemer et al.
Murdock also denied a writ to the court of civil appeals and gave no opinion in the case of Jeremy C. Colley v. Thi Minh Chau Colley.
Justice Alisa Kelli Wise affirmed an appeal from Jefferson Circuit Court in the case of Morgan Properties, LLC v. Rocky Ridge Fire District.
For more information on decisions released Friday, click here.
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