Circuit Court Clerk

 

 

 

  Robertson County Circuit Court Clerk
General Sessions Court Clerk, Juvenile Court Clerk
  

 Lisa Cavender
Circuit Court Clerk
Lisa.Cavender@tncourts.gov

 

CIRCUIT COURT                                 

501 S Main St                                         

Courthouse, Room 109                      
Springfield, TN  37172

Office:  (615) 384-7864
Civil Fax:  (615) 382-2283
 
Criminal Fax:  (615) 384-0246
     
  
Office Hours:  8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. weekdays (except for holidays)

Three judges are on the bench in Circuit Court for the 19th Judicial District, serving Robertson and Montgomery counties: Hon. William R. Goodman III, Hon. John H. Gasaway III, and Hon. Ross H. Hicks   

Among the types of cases heard by the Circuit Courts are contract disputes, civil torts, condemnations, worker’s compensation claims, adoptions, domestic matters, and criminal court matters  

GENERAL SESSIONS COURT             
529 S Brown St                                   
Springfield, TN  37172
Office:  (615) 382-2324
Fax:  (615) 382-3113
Office Hours:  8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. weekdays (except for holidays) 

Judge Joel W. Perry presides over the General Sessions Court.

General Sessions Court is vested with a broad range of jurisdiction and is often the public’s first introduction to the judicial process.  This Court handles both criminal matters and civil lawsuits. The civil matters include several different type cases:

  • Civil warrants with jurisdictional limit of $25,000
  • Detainer warrants (landlord/tenant disputes)
  • Recovery warrants
  • Order of protection

JUVENILE COURT
529 S Brown St
Springfield, TN  37172
Office:  (615) 382-2324
Fax:  (615) 382-3113
Office Hours:  8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. weekdays (except for holidays) 

Judge Joel  w. Perry presides over the Juvenile Court. The Juvenile Court hears cases involving unruly children, children charged with delinquent behavior, child support, custody, visitation, paternity, cases involving dependent and neglected children, children in foster care, and cases which involve the termination of parental rights.  The Juvenile Court also helps families in conflict by coordinating with other agencies to provide assistance to those families, often before a case is actually filed.