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Since: Oct 11

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#1 Oct 1, 2011
I was at the court house a few weeks ago with a friend for her court case. The judge asked if they wanted to use a mediator who was at the court that day. She said the mediator was awesome and it was the best thing that could have happened to her case.

I have a case coming up and id like to use that guy but I hve no clue who the guy is or how to contact him. Does anyone know about the mediations there or the mediator? Hes tall and has a shaved head. Kinda looks like Vin Deezel.
jasmine

Kingsport, TN

#2 Oct 1, 2011
i know who your talking about hes hot but i dont know his name

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#3 Oct 1, 2011
lol hes cute I guess but I dont care about that. I just want a divorce!! lolol
SATANSAVES

Kingsport, TN

#4 Oct 2, 2011
bend over honey- bun...

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#6 Oct 2, 2011
SATANSAVES wrote:
bend over honey- bun...
either your my soon-to-be-ex or the creepiest basterd Ive ever seen in my life

“You can't fix stupid”

Since: Sep 11

Neither here nor there

#7 Oct 2, 2011
Just call or go to the the courthouse and ask a clerk, they should be able to tell you who he is and how to utilize his services.

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#8 Oct 2, 2011
RU Nuckin Futz wrote:
Just call or go to the the courthouse and ask a clerk, they should be able to tell you who he is and how to utilize his services.
Yeh I thought about that yesterday. Theyre probably not open till tomorow right?
TNLawman

Nashville, TN

#9 Oct 3, 2011
is this the guy ur talkin about? http://www.tennessee-mediation.com/gchutson
shamous

Johnson City, TN

#10 Oct 3, 2011
Just what exactly does this "mediator" do? Is he a go between of the accused and the judge or an arbitrator between the 2 parties at odds? How much does he charge or is it pro-bono? What gives? Is he a third party or actually an actual part of the judicial system available to all? Who pays this guy?

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#11 Oct 5, 2011
TNLawman wrote:
is this the guy ur talkin about? http://www.tennessee-mediation.com/gchutson
THATS HIM THAT HIM YAY thank thank thank you!!!

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#12 Oct 5, 2011
shamous wrote:
Just what exactly does this "mediator" do? Is he a go between of the accused and the judge or an arbitrator between the 2 parties at odds? How much does he charge or is it pro-bono? What gives? Is he a third party or actually an actual part of the judicial system available to all? Who pays this guy?
the mediator at the Jonesborough court house works with both parties to get the issue settled before they have to talk to the judge. the judge on my friends case seemed nice until he jumped down down some girls throat for saying something wrong. thats when my friend said im using that mediator, screw this. he worked with her and her ex for over two hours. both of them said that he was awesome and it was the best thing for them to do.
ohmy

Kingsport, TN

#13 Oct 6, 2011
TNLawman wrote:
is this the guy ur talkin about? http://www.tennessee-mediation.com/gchutson
lord have mercy is that man single?
tinabb

Knoxville, TN

#14 May 31, 2013
hudson mediated my divorce last week. at first i thought he was the meanest jackass ive ever met. he turned out tobe absolutly amazing. i never thought my case would settle because my ex husbnd is the most pigheaded man on earth. but mr hudson cut through the crap and got it settled. my ex and i are talking better than we did wehn we first got married 15 years ago thanks to that man.
tinabb

Knoxville, TN

#15 May 31, 2013
@ohmy yes hes fn hot to
Miss Me

Kingsport, TN

#16 Jun 1, 2013
Just my opinion, but this "mediator" is nothing more than a government created job for some junior law student with connections. Probably has no more life experience than a high school senior. Probably had a scholarship in track and field. More or less, a student in sociology or some other b.s. study. Is he a black man? I mean no offense, but well, seems they score the gvt. jobs. My pardons if I'm wrong. Just seems to me like a used car salesman to me. "What's it gonna take to get you folks in agreement?" Another useless job made for another useless employee.

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#17 Jun 1, 2013
Miss Me wrote:
Just my opinion, but this "mediator" is nothing more than a government created job for some junior law student with connections. Probably has no more life experience than a high school senior. Probably had a scholarship in track and field. More or less, a student in sociology or some other b.s. study. Is he a black man? I mean no offense, but well, seems they score the gvt. jobs. My pardons if I'm wrong. Just seems to me like a used car salesman to me. "What's it gonna take to get you folks in agreement?" Another useless job made for another useless employee.
Mediators have to go through 40 hour courses for civil and family cases (that would be a total of 80 hours). Most all cases are sent to mediation now because people want to sue everyone. Too many cases on a docket. Plus people hate agreeing and conceding to things. Mediators are a great way to help things move much more quickly than waiting on a court date. And they're independently paid so it isn't a "useless state job" and they can charge reasonable fees. They also don't have to be attorneys.
OldTennGranny

Butler, TN

#18 Jun 2, 2013
As long as they get the job done who cares?
Wow

Johnson City, TN

#19 Jun 2, 2013
Absolutely nothing "Miss Me" posted was accurate, nor remotely correct, at all.
Miss Me wrote:
Just my opinion, but this "mediator" is nothing more than a government created job for some junior law student with connections.
Mediators aren't government employees. They're private practitioners. A vast majority of mediators are attorneys that practice mediation on the side.

And what is a "junior law student," exactly? Spoken like someone who knows nothing, about much of anything, yet likes to "see" themselves post.
Miss Me wrote:
Probably has no more life experience than a high school senior.
Actually, this statement is so profoundly ignorant, it's literally laughable. Tennessee law states that a Supreme Court Mediator must have no less than five years of "life experience" before they can practice.
Miss Me wrote:
Probably had a scholarship in track and field.
Um, what?
Miss Me wrote:
More or less, a student in sociology or some other b.s. study.
Depending on the focus of practice, Tennessee law requires a graduate degree. Again, most mediators are lawyers.
Miss Me wrote:
Is he a black man? I mean no offense, but well, seems they score the gvt. jobs. My pardons if I'm wrong.
Relevance? I mean, beyond further exacerbating your own ignorance with an infusion of racism, of course.
Miss Me wrote:
Just seems to me like a used car salesman to me. "What's it gonna take to get you folks in agreement?" Another useless job made for another useless employee.
And clearly, you're really, really smart.

It never ceases to amaze me how certain dullards believe that having Internet access and a keyboard somehow makes them "smart and relevant."

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#20 Jun 2, 2013
Wow wrote:
<quoted text>Absolutely nothing "Miss Me" posted was accurate, nor remotely correct, at all.

Mediators aren't government employees. They're private practitioners. A vast majority of mediators are attorneys that practice mediation on the side.

And what is a "junior law student," exactly? Spoken like someone who knows nothing, about much of anything, yet likes to "see" themselves post.

Miss Me wrote, "Probably has no more life experience than a high school senior."

Actually, this statement is so profoundly ignorant, it's literally laughable. Tennessee law states that a Supreme Court Mediator must have no less than five years of "life experience" before they can practice.

Miss Me wrote, "Probably had a scholarship in track and field. "

Um, what?

Miss Me wrote, "More or less, a student in sociology or some other b.s. study."

Depending on the focus of practice, Tennessee law requires a graduate degree. Again, most mediators are lawyers.

Miss Me wrote, "Is he a black man? I mean no offense, but well, seems they score the gvt. jobs. My pardons if I'm wrong."

Relevance? I mean, beyond further exacerbating your own ignorance with an infusion of racism, of course.

Miss Me wrote, "Just seems to me like a used car salesman to me. "What's it gonna take to get you folks in agreement?" Another useless job made for another useless employee. "

And clearly, you're really, really smart.

It never ceases to amaze me how certain dullards believe that having Internet access and a keyboard somehow makes them "smart and relevant."
Preach it!!
Miss Me

Kingsport, TN

#21 Jun 2, 2013
Wow wrote:
Absolutely nothing "Miss Me" posted was accurate, nor remotely correct, at all.
<quoted text>
Mediators aren't government employees. They're private practitioners. A vast majority of mediators are attorneys that practice mediation on the side.
And what is a "junior law student," exactly? Spoken like someone who knows nothing, about much of anything, yet likes to "see" themselves post.
<quoted text>
Actually, this statement is so profoundly ignorant, it's literally laughable. Tennessee law states that a Supreme Court Mediator must have no less than five years of "life experience" before they can practice.
<quoted text>
Um, what?
<quoted text>
Depending on the focus of practice, Tennessee law requires a graduate degree. Again, most mediators are lawyers.
<quoted text>
Relevance? I mean, beyond further exacerbating your own ignorance with an infusion of racism, of course.
<quoted text>
And clearly, you're really, really smart.
It never ceases to amaze me how certain dullards believe that having Internet access and a keyboard somehow makes them "smart and relevant."
Wow, Einstein, I'm very impressed with your insight. Sounds like you did some Googling. That may impress you and no one else. I call them like I see them and don't rely on second hand information. You can't tell me these "mediators" are any more or less easy riders on the system. FYI, Tn has no requirements for mediators, but the "club" requires a few credentials. Let me rephrase "jr. law student".......aka: shit house lawyer, some half assed legal assistant, most likely, who can't cut the BAR. Now you have to realize, the court determines the extent of the mediator's input. Some must be pro bono to an extent and accept lower rates than they usually get. Part of the handshake. Doesn't that make them judicial lackeys? I just see them as freeloaders. Er, who brought up Supreme Court mediators? We are talking local yokels here. Why would a successful lawyer have to resort to being a mediator? They have no authority, no grasp of legality and are just no more than paid weed eaters who catch a buck and keep the judge on the golf course.

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