I don't know how many cases he's had overturned on appeal, but it is quite a bit. One thing is for certain, though, he rules in favor of his "good ol' boys" network.
Gallatin judge Tom Gray ruled that a government entity had first rights to proceeds from the sale of property of a dissolved business entity instead of a secured creditor.
That means he said that their legally secured by contract document was null and void and the supposed delinquent taxes took precedent.
Good thing Tom Gray is out of office now.