By Associated Press - Monday, January 9, 2017

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Tennessee’s Supreme Court is heading to Knoxville to hear arguments in four cases.

A news release said court will be in session Tuesday in Knoxville.

One case will decide whether someone who won a judicial election but hasn’t taken office yet acts as a state officer or employee in making administrative staffing provisions. The case also deals with whether a judicial administrative assistant is an at-will employee.

Another case deals with whether the Court of Criminal Appeals erred in finding that trial evidence wasn’t sufficient to support a man’s conviction for aggravated stalking.

A third case addresses trusts and arbitration.

The final case deals with attorney discipline.

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