The US Supreme Court began live streaming oral arguments about a week ago, which is historically significant as change is rare in the Supreme Courts. With more, here is MTSU Professor of Journalism Dr. Larry Burriss...
The Rutherford County Court System announced Friday changes to its operations effective May 4, 2020.
Under current rules and practice, you cannot have a teleconference or "LIVE" video jury in Tennessee. However, the pandemic could give rise to future changes within the courts.
So far as many already know, Cannon County has (3) confirmed cases of COVID-19 out of 50 who have tested for it (47 tested negative as of 3/31/2020). Statewide reports of at least 2,2389 cases and 23 deaths, 121 people have recovered and 175 are currently hospitalized - as of March 31, 2020.
Grocery stores are seeing large crowds making unusually large purchases of food, toiletries and cleaning supplies. Some items are being limited to three per customer while other items are not being limited. We are also seeing the courts limit in-person proceedings when able to do so, which is also a big change.
On June 12, 2019 at 1 p.m., you can give the courts your input on the judicial districts in Tennessee. The hearing will be in the Rutherford County Judicial Complex in Murfreesboro (116 West Lytle Street).
Two judges who have been leaders in the struggle to rescue lives and communities affected by substance abuse were among the honorees at the Tennessee Association of Recovery Court Professionals' 14th Annual Recovery Court Conference, held recently in Murfreesboro.
If you are one of over 500 persons who keep looking over your shoulder because of an unserved Cannon County warrant, two weeks from today could be good news for you.
In the Rutherford County Juvenile Courts, the courts have jurisdiction over almost everything... Almost.
We've got an update on the progress of the currently under construction Rutherford County Judicial Building.
Civil Constructors LLC will be conducting blasting on Monday, April 4th through Friday, April 8th between the hours of 9am and 2pm at the site of the new court building.
The $73-million structure is designed to complement the surrounding historic uptown district. It will be six stories tall...
Businesses on the property where the constriction will take place have already closed.
A month after the court case, a warrant was filed against Vaughn after he allegedly violated the terms of his Community Corrections.
Three businesses are now left in the small strip mall next to the Rutherford County Clerk’s Office on North Maple Street in Murfreesboro.
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