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Tennessee Court Records
Court records of statewide felony convictions from all 95
counties since 1990. Search results show the defendant name
and aliases (when available), date of birth, social security
number (when available), case number, county, charges, date,
dispositions/judgments and sentence. Records updated
Tennessee Supplemental Court
Statewide misdemeanor records from all
95 counties since 1990. Results may show defendants
name, city of residence, record type, case number,
charges, disposition, physical description and
sentence. Records updated regularly.
Supreme Court is the state’s highest court and the court of
last resort. The court normally meets in Jackson, Knoxville,
and Nashville, as required by the state Constitution.
Created by the General Assembly in 1925, the Court of
Appeals hears appeals in civil—or non-criminal—cases from
trial courts and certain state boards and commissions. The
court has twelve members who sit in panels of three in
Jackson, Knoxville and Nashville. All decisions made by the
Court of Appeals may be appealed, by permission, to the
Tennessee Supreme Court.
The Court of Criminal
Appeals was created by the legislature in 1967 to hear trial
court appeals in felony and misdemeanor cases, as well as