Battle over confederate statues goes before Tennessee Court of Appeals in Memphis

The case could eventually make it all the way to the Tennessee Supreme Court.
0:57 | 02/27/19

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Transcript for Battle over confederate statues goes before Tennessee Court of Appeals in Memphis
I'm Brad brewers with local when he forties and ABC news live at Belmont university in Nashville where today the future of confederate statues in net this played out. A three judge pale with the Tennessee Court of Appeals heard oral arguments last may eat Chancery court judge in the national area. Ruled that in December 2017 the city of Memphis acted lawfully when it sold to public parks tweet private nonprofit. Memphis green space. That nonprofit bid ordered crews to meet Q confederate statue is one of confederate general Nathan Bedford Forrest. In confederate president Jefferson Davis the Sons of Confederate Veterans and their attorneys appealed that decision. In June. Leading us to today's hearing in Nashville there will not be a final ruling today by and a three judge penal they'll make a decision sometime in the spring or summer this case could eventually make it to the Tennessee Supreme Court reporting at Belmont university in Nashville for broad parameters on local 24 news for ABC news law.

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