Williamson County Judicial Candidate Who Was Recently Convicted of Two Felonies Sanctioned by Judge

Connie Reguli, who recently was convicted of two felonies and one misdemeanor charge, has been sanctioned by a judge and ordered to pay $5,000 for her involvement in another matter.

In connection with her convictions, Reguli’s law license was suspended pending further court orders. Additionally, Reguli has been disciplined by boards of professional responsibility and the Tennessee courts system several times. Since 2009, Reguli has faced discipline that includes being suspended from the practice of law for nearly a year, a public censure from the Tennessee Supreme Court, and professional probation as ordered by the state courts system for a period of 11 months and 29 days.

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Tennvoterguide.com Creator Craig Huey Runs Down the List of Recommended Candidates for Williamson County

Monday morning on The Tennessee Star Report, host Leahy welcomed the creator of Tennvoterguide.com Craig Huey, to the newsmaker line to go down the list of candidates they recommend.

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Williamson Families PAC Retracts Reguli Endorsement in Judicial Race, Calls on Her to Withdraw

Williamson Families PAC called on now-convicted felon and judicial candidate Connie Reguli to withdraw from the Williamson County May 3 Republican primary.

The Williamson Families PAC, which is a conservative group based in Franklin, Tennessee, previously endorsed Reguli but the political action committee retracted the endorsement.

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Williamson County GOP Judicial Candidate Running in Primary Against Incumbent Judge She Previously Sued

Williamson County Republican judicial candidate Connie Reguli is running in the May 3 GOP primary against incumbent Juvenile Court Judge Sharon Guffee, who she named in a lawsuit over a decade ago. Reguli named Guffee and several others, including the state of Tennessee, as defendants in the lawsuit. The lawsuit…

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