Jefferson County Tennessee Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1511)Jefferson County Courts
Jefferson Circuit Court765 Justice Center DriveDandridgeTN37725865-397-2786
Jefferson County Courts
Jefferson City Court112 West Broadway BoulevardJeffersonTN37760865-475-3845
Jefferson Criminal Court765 Justice Center DriveDandridgeTN37725865-397-2786
Baneberry City Court521 Harrison Ferry RoadBaneberryTN37890865-674-0124
Dandridge City Court2570 Newport HighwayDandridgeTN37725865-397-8862
Dandridge Criminal Court765 Justice Center DriveDandridgeTN37725865-397-2906
New Market City Court112 West Broadway BoulevardJeffersonTN37760865-475-7997
White Pine City Court1548 Main StreetWhite PineTN37890865-674-2556
Jefferson County Attorney General
Tennessee District Attorney General Dandridge Criminal Office1252 Gay StreetDandridgeTN37725865-397-2367
Jefferson County Public Defender Office
Dandridge Public Defender1222 Circle DriveDandridgeTN37725865-397-0108
Jefferson County DMVs
Jefferson County Clerk Express Service214 West Main StreetDandridgeTN37725865-397-2935
Jefferson County Clerk MV Services214 West Main StreetDandridgeTN37725865-397-2935
Jefferson County Court Records Databases
Jefferson County Accident Reports
Jefferson County Arrest Warrants
Jefferson County Child Support Warrants
Jefferson County Court Records
Jefferson County Government Court Records
Jefferson County Probate Records
Jefferson County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment

How to Search Court Records in Jefferson County Tennessee

There are several sources for searching Court Records in Jefferson County Tennessee. These include the Office of the Register of Deeds, Chancery Court, and the Circuit Court. The Register of Deeds is also a great resource if you are looking for marriage, divorce, or property records. You can also search through death and probate records and tax records from 1822 to 1900. You can also find vital records, such as birth and death certificates, at the Health Department.

You can search the Jefferson County court records online by entering the relevant details. These records contain details on criminal charges, arrests, and parole. They are maintained by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI), which is a government agency that keeps track of crimes in all counties. You can also get these records by accessing the names of defendants and plaintiffs, as well as their addresses. You can even search by case number or date of birth to see if any of these records were sealed or revoked.

In addition to the clerk’s office, you can also access probate records. In the past, the probate division of Jefferson County Courthouse was an important source for accessing court records. It has marriage and deed records dating back to 1792. This is a vital record office, but they do not do any research for you. For this reason, you may want to make an appointment with the Clerk of the Circuit Court before visiting the office.

If you’re interested in the information contained in an arrest record, contact the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office. This office keeps a database of arrests from 1792 to present. You can even apply for marriage, automobile renewal, or business taxes online. If you want to find out whether a warrant was issued, request an appointment with the probate clerk. The office is accessible online and by phone as well. If you’re not sure, you can call ahead and ask for an appointment.

Probate records are held in the Probate Court. The courthouses of Tennessee have at least one Probate Court location. Large metropolitan counties typically have one courthouse. In rural counties, there may be multiple courthouses in a small town. The local Probate Department is located in the state courthouse. However, it is important to know that the location of a county’s Court Records in a ZIP code can differ from its name.

The Justice Center has four entrances. You can enter at the second or third door. General Sessions and Juvenile Courts are also in this building. The Dandridge Justice Center is located in the city of Dandridge. You can take I-40 south and turn left to Hwy. 92. On the right, you’ll find the Court of Appeals. The District of Appeals is the court in Jefferson County.