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Circuit Court Judge
Dunlap
15788 Rankin Ave, # A

(423) 949-4691
Circuit Court Judge
Greeneville
128 S Main St Ste 201

(423) 639-5204
Circuit Court Judge
Clarksville
2 Millenium Plz

(931) 648-7190
Circuit Court Judge
Dunlap
15788 Rankin Ave, # A

(423) 949-4691
Circuit Court Judge
Greeneville
128 S Main St Ste 201

(423) 639-5204
Circuit Court Judge
Clarksville
2 Millenium Plz

(931) 648-7190
Circuit Criminal Court Clerk
Blountville
140 Blountville Byp

(423) 279-2752
Circuit Criminal Court Clerk
Blountville
140 Blountville Byp

(423) 279-2752
Court Of Appeals Judge
Jackson
6 Highway 45 Byp, # 202

(731) 423-5836
Court Of Appeals Judge
Chattanooga
633 Chestnut St

(423) 634-0590
Court Of Appeals Judge
Jackson
6 Highway 45 Byp, # 202

(731) 423-5836
Court Of Appeals Judge
Chattanooga
633 Chestnut St

(423) 634-0590
Court Of Appeals Judges
Nashville
401 7th Ave N

(615) 741-2206
Court Of Appeals Judges
Nashville
401 7th Ave N

(615) 741-2206
Supreme Court Clerk
Jackson
6 Highway 45 Byp

(731) 423-5840
Supreme Court Clerk
Nashville
401 7th Ave N

(615) 741-2681
Supreme Court Clerk
Jackson
6 Highway 45 Byp

(731) 423-5840
Supreme Court Clerk
Nashville
401 7th Ave N

(615) 741-2681
Supreme Court Justice
Memphis
50 Peabody Pl Ste 209

(901) 543-2440
Supreme Court Justice
Memphis
50 Peabody Pl Ste 209

(901) 543-2440
Supreme Court Justices
Nashville
401 7th Ave N

(615) 741-2484
Supreme Court Justices
Nashville
401 7th Ave N

(615) 741-2484
Supreme Court Maintenance
Knoxville
505 W Main St Ste 200

(865) 594-6126
Supreme Court Maintenance
Knoxville
505 W Main St Ste 200

(865) 594-6126
Tennessee Court Of Appeals
Memphis
5050 Poplar Ave Ste 1403

(901) 685-3921
Tennessee Court Of Appeals
Knoxville
505 W Main St, Ste 200

(865) 594-6117
Tennessee Court Of Appeals
Memphis
5050 Poplar Ave Ste 1403

(901) 685-3921
Tennessee Court Of Appeals
Knoxville
505 W Main St, Ste 200

(865) 594-6117
Tennessee Supreme Court
Nashville
401 7th Ave N

(615) 741-2681
Tennessee Supreme Court
Nashville
401 7th Ave N

(615) 741-2681


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Latest State Court News
31, Jul 2014 - Group encourages change in Tennessee's highest court
There could be changes coming to the highest court in the state.
31, Jul 2014 - Fight over Tennessee Supreme Court justices costly so far
NASHVILLE — Spending in the ongoing fight over the re-election of three Tennessee Supreme Court justices has now topped $575,000, according to an independent group.
30, Jul 2014 - Man charged with murder 23 years after abusing infant daughter
(CNN) -- A Tennessee man convicted and jailed for abusing his two infant children is charged with murder -- 23 years later. Anthony Shannon Lane was convicted in 1992 of beating his 5-week-old daughter Amanda so badly she lived the rest of her life in bed: blind and unable to talk or move, except for seizures, said her mother, Nancy Woodall-Holmes, who first fostered and then adopted Amanda.
30, Jul 2014 - Nashville, TN Tennessee man charged with threatening to kill Obama, Romney
Jimmie Randall Johnson Jr. is slated to appear in court this week.
29, Jul 2014 - Chattanooga, TN Chattanooga Softball Organizers Headed to Court
The founders of several softball tournaments in Tennessee are playing hardball with their former partners. J. Alan Walker, Pat Moyer and Matt Green own Fury Fastpitch Academy, a local baseball and softball training complex that founded the Scenic City 16s. ...
29, Jul 2014 - Prep sports back from the brink: How the TSSAA saved itself and high school athletics
When Bernard Childress took over as executive director of the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association five years ago the first thing he had to do was hark back to his days as a prep basketball coach.
04, Apr 2014 - Haslam appoints Jeff Bivins to Tennessee Supreme Court
New Tennessee Supreme Court justice has been on state Court of Criminal Appeals for three years and was previously a Circuit Court judge in Williamson County
04, Apr 2014 - Former Tenn. state senator does first TV interview since prison release
Former Tennessee state senator John Ford talked about his trial, conviction, and jail conditions in his first television interview since being released from prison. 
04, Apr 2014 - Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam considers reslicing BEP pie
NASHVILLE — Gov. Bill Haslam says his task force studying Tennessee's school funding formula will focus primarily on whether the money is distributed fairly under prior court rulings and not whether an injection of new cash is needed.
03, Apr 2014 - Haslam appoints Jeff Bivens to Tennessee Supreme Court
New Tennessee Supreme Court justice has been on state Court of Criminal Appeals for three years and was previously a Circuit Court judge in Williamson County
03, Apr 2014 - Mule Day on the Hill
Mule Day Queen Brittney Redden addresses legislators Monday from the floor at the Tennessee State Capitol, inviting them and their families to Mule Day which begins this week. With Redden are, from left, Kara Williams Huckaby, the 1987 Mule Day Queen; Dave Skillington, a member of the Mule Day committee; Mule Day court members Shelby Caperton, fourth runner-up; Robin Hales, first runner-up; Dacy ...
03, Apr 2014 - Lift on campaign contributions welcomed by lawmakers, criticized by public interest groups
A Tennessee government watchdog group warned Wednesday the U.S. Supreme Court's decision to strike down overall campaign contribution limits would send a flood of money pouring into federal elections.
03, Apr 2014 - Chattanooga, TN Chattanoogan.com - Chattanooga's source for breaking local news
A suspension of Knoxville attorney Roger D. Hyman’s law license has been upheld by a unanimous opinion of the Tennessee Supreme Court. In 2010, the Board of Professional Responsibility filed a petition for discipline against Mr. Hyman for two unrelated complaints.
02, Apr 2014 - What we learned from the women's first round
Oregon State's Sydney Wiese (21) and Alyssa Martin (24) walk off the court with assistant coach Mandy Close, right, after OSU beat Middle Tennessee State 55-36 in a first-round game in the NCAA women's college basketball tournament, Sunday, March 23, 2014, in Seattle.
01, Apr 2014 - Former state worker plans appeal
A former state employee will continue her legal fight against Tennessee government by appealing to a higher court.
01, Apr 2014 - Chattanooga, TN Frank Daniels III: Petty politics defiles judicial review process
Lt. Gov. Ron Ramsey thinks he can pack the Tennessee Supreme Court with people who think 'right' - just like him, even after 'his' JPEC strategy fails.
01, Apr 2014 - Applicants for Tennessee appeals court judgeship must file by April 30
Applicants for state Court of Appeals vacancy must submit applications by April 30
01, Apr 2014 - Tennessee special court upholds judicial retention elections
A Special Tennessee Supreme Court ruled Monday that holding retention elections for the state's appellate judges is constitutional.
01, Apr 2014 - CASA of Northeast Tennessee is celebrating its 10th anniversary
Court Appointed Special Advocates of Northeast Tennessee (CASA NETN), based out of Johnson City, will soon celebrate its 10th anniversary as an independent, non-profit volunteer organization dedicated to giving a voice to the region's abused or neglected children within the Juvenile Court System.CASA NETN will hold a special program on April 25 to honor the people who have been the driving force ...
01, Apr 2014 - Memphis, TN Judge Joe Brown Arrested
Brown was arrested for contempt of court Tuesday at Shelby County Juvenile Court in Memphis, Tennessee.
01, Apr 2014 - Tennessee lawyer wants same-sex marriage ruling to open doors
A narrow federal ruling in Nashville ultimately could affect hundreds of same-sex couples in Tennessee, laying the groundwork for an end to one of the nation's strongest bans on same-sex marriage.
21, Jan 2014 - Haslam Appoints New Appeals Court Judge
Gov. Bill Haslam has appointed Crockett County lawyer Brandon O. Gibson to the western section of the Tennessee Court of Appeals. In a Dec. 26, news r...
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