Williamson County Courthouses

Williamson County Overview & Information

Williamson County, nestled in the scenic landscape of central Tennessee, is known for its rich history, thriving economy, and high quality of life. As one of the wealthiest counties in the state, it’s a shining example of southern charm blended with modern amenities. According to the 2020 United States Census, Williamson County boasts a population of over 238,000, reflecting its growing appeal as a desirable place to live and work.

The county seat, Franklin, is steeped in Civil War history and is famous for its well-preserved downtown area, which hosts a variety of shops, restaurants, and historic sites. The county’s economy is robust, with a strong presence in the healthcare, technology, and corporate sectors. This economic diversity contributes to its status as a dynamic player in the region’s growth.

Education is a cornerstone of the community, with Williamson County Schools being one of the top-performing school districts in Tennessee. The county is also home to several parks and recreational areas, offering residents and visitors alike a chance to enjoy its natural beauty and outdoor activities.

Legal Representation in Williamson County’s Court System

Williamson County’s judicial system is composed of various courts, each addressing specific types of legal cases. Byron Pugh Legal, known for its comprehensive understanding of local laws and individualized client care, is adept at navigating these courts for those in need of legal assistance. The major courts in Williamson County include:

Williamson County Circuit Court: This court primarily handles civil cases, including significant legal disputes involving personal injury, property, contracts, and other civil matters. It is the main court for resolving larger civil cases in the county.

Williamson County Criminal Court: This court deals with criminal matters, from minor offenses to serious felonies. It ensures due process is followed in criminal prosecutions, providing a formal setting for trials and judgments.

Williamson County Juvenile Court: Specializing in cases involving minors, this court handles juvenile delinquency, child custody, and support cases, prioritizing the well-being and future of the youth involved.

Williamson County General Sessions Court: Handling a variety of cases, this court addresses minor criminal offenses, traffic violations, and small civil disputes, serving as an initial point of entry into the legal system for many citizens.

Municipal Courts in Franklin and Other Areas: These courts deal with local ordinance violations and misdemeanors, playing an important role in upholding local laws and regulations.

Each court within Williamson County plays a vital role in maintaining law and order, ensuring that all legal matters are addressed fairly and competently. Whether facing a simple legal question or a complex legal battle, Byron Pugh Legal stands ready to provide expert legal support. For assistance, reach out to Byron Pugh Legal at 615-255-9595, where prompt and dedicated service is a fundamental part of our approach.

 

Williamson County Court Locations

Williamson County Clerk

1320 W Main Street, Suite 135, Franklin, TN 37064

(615) 790-5712

williamsoncounty-tn.gov/161/County-Clerk

Williamson County Circuit Court Clerk

135 4th Ave South Franklin, TN 37064

(615) 790-5454

williamsoncounty-tn.gov/243/Circuit-Court-Clerk

Franklin Municipal Court

109 Third Avenue South, Suite 106, Franklin, TN 37064

615-794-5362

franklintn.gov/government/departments-k-z/municipal-court

Brentwood Municipal Court

910 Heritage Way, Brentwood, TN 37027

615-371-2272

brentwoodtn.gov/departments/police/municipal-court

Fairview City Court

7100 City Center Way, Fairview, TN 37062

(615) 799-2489

fairview-tn.org/depts-services/fairview-city-court/

Spring Hill Municipal Court

199 Town Center Parkway, P.O. Box 789, Spring Hill, TN 37174

(931) 451-0891

springhilltn.org/329/Municipal-Court

Nolensville Municipal Court

7218 Nolensville Rd, Nolensville, TN 37135

(615) 776-3633

nolensvilletn.gov/departments/municipal_court/index.php

 

Williamson County Emergency Services

Williamson County Sheriffs Office

408 Century Court, Franklin, TN 37064

615.790.5560

williamsoncountysherifftn.com

Williamson County Fire/Rescue

2646 GOOSE CREEK BYP, Franklin, TN, 37064-1200

615-721-3027

wcfire.com

Franklin Police Department

900 Columbia Avenue, Franklin, TN 37064

(615) 794-2513

franklintn.gov/government/departments-k-z/police

Franklin Fire Department

Franklin City Hall, 109 3rd Avenue South

615-791-3270

franklintn.gov/government/departments-a-j/fire

Brentwood Police Department

910 Heritage Way, Brentwood, TN 37027

615-371-0160

brentwoodtn.gov/departments/brentwood-police-department

Brentwood Fire Department

5211 Maryland Way, Brentwood, TN 37027

1-615-371-0170

brentwoodtn.gov/departments/fire-and-rescue

Fairview Police Department

7100 City Center Way, Fairview, TN 37062

(615) 799-2435

fairview-tn.org/depts-services/police-department/

Fairview Fire Department

7131 Bowie Lake Road, Fairview, TN 37062

(615) 799-FIRE (3473)

fairview-tn.org/depts-services-fire-department

Spring Hill Police Department

199 Town Center Pkwy., Spring Hill, TN 37174

931-486-2252

springhilltn.org/227/Police

Spring Hill Fire Department

440 Beechcroft Road, P.O.Box 789, Spring Hill, TN 37174

springhilltn.org/165/Fire

Nolensville Police Department

7218 Nolensville Rd, Nolensville, TN 37135

615-776-6690

nolensvilletn.gov/departments/police/contact_us.php

Williamson County Courts Q&A’s

What types of criminal cases are handled by the Williamson County Criminal Court?

The Williamson County Criminal Court in Tennessee deals with a wide range of criminal cases. These include misdemeanors, which are less serious offenses like petty theft or simple assault, and felonies, which are more serious crimes such as robbery, drug trafficking, or violent offenses. The court also handles preliminary hearings in felony cases to determine if there is sufficient evidence to proceed to trial.

How do I find out when my court date is in Williamson County?

Court dates in Williamson County can be checked online through the Williamson County court’s official website, or you can contact the clerk’s office directly. It’s important to know your case number when inquiring about your court date. If you have an attorney, they can also provide you with this information and help prepare you for the court appearance.

Can I represent myself in a criminal case in Williamson County, or do I need a lawyer?

While you have the right to represent yourself in a criminal case in Williamson County, it’s highly recommended to hire a lawyer. Criminal law can be complex, and the consequences of a criminal conviction can be severe. An experienced criminal defense attorney can help navigate the legal system, protect your rights, and provide the best defense possible.

 

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