Shelby County General Sessions Court Judge Bill Anderson has been publicly reprimanded by the Tennessee Board of Judicial Conduct for intervening in the case of an acquaintance arrested and jailed in Bartlett last year.


The public reprimand, released Saturday, Oct. 29, and signed by board chairman and Shelby County Criminal Court Judge Chris Craft, follows an investigation of a complaint against Anderson.

The reprimand describes “an acquaintance” of Anderson who was arrested and jailed Dec. 19 in Bartlett. The report does not identify the person or what they were charged with.


Source: General Sessions Judge Anderson Reprimanded by Conduct Board – Memphis Daily News