Even a Blind Squirrel …

September 15, 2015 § Leave a comment

I was going to do a post here on the COA’s decision in Norris v. Norris, decided September 8, 2015.

It’s a case in which the court reversed a chancellor who awarded a wife $5,000 in equitable distribution without supporting evidence in the record. The appellant, Dwayne Norris, had failed to appear at trial because he was confused about the court date. He filed a pro se appeal, and — Voila! — he got the trial court reversed and will get a do-over on remand.

As I said, I was going to do a post on the subject, but Randy Wallace on his blog said everything that needs to be said about it. You can read his post here.

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