The ratio of number of residents in Burlison to the number of sex offenders is 36 to 1.
Zip Code: 38015Sex: Male Age: 47Date of birth: 1970-11-22Eye color: Blue Hair color: Blonde Or Strawberry Height: 5'5"Weight: 135Race: White Registration date: 2005-01-03Based on this official offender page Risk level: Violent Zip Code: 38015Sex: MDate of birth: 1989-03-06Eye color: Brown Hair color: Black Height: 5'11"Weight: 185Marks/Scars/Tattoos: tattoo, arm, left Race: BRegistration date: 2018-01-23Based on this official offender page No representation is made that the persons listed here are currently on the state's sex offenders registry.
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Psychology Today shall in no event be liable to you or to anyone for any decision made or action taken by you in the reliance on information provided in Psychology Today.For the 15th consecutive year, families of homicide victims honored their lost loved ones during the annual “Tennessee Season to Remember” Thursday evening. Bill Haslam hosted the event at First Baptist Church in Nashville.According to our research of Tennessee and other state lists there were 10 registered sex offenders living in Burlison as of February 25, 2018.Day-to-day parenting decisions are determined by the parent with whom the child resides on any given day.All aspects of final decision-making authority (education, non-emergency health care, religious upbringing, and extracurriculars) may be determined by one particular parent or by both parents jointly.The legal term “custodial parent” under the old law is not exactly the same as “primary residential parent” under the current law.Under prior Tennessee child custody law, custodial parent generally meant the parent with whom the child primarily resided and the parent who exercised final decision-making authority.Traditionally, sole custody meant the parent who had more time with the children and who was granted sole decision-making authority over the children.However, sole custody no longer exists as a meaningful legal term in Tennessee law.In 2001, Tennessee’s parenting plan law created parenting plans.Sole custody as a legal term was changed and primary residential parent (PRP) was created (and PRP means something different).