If you are interested in launching a case search or finding court dockets from Davidson County, TN online, you can use the internet based judicial inquiry tool offered by the administrative department of the courts at http://sci.ccc.nashville.gov/. This website offers a handy way to find judicial records. The service is free and you can get the results without having to venture out of your home.
The only problem is that not all court documents are available online; particularly, for records that go back to early 1980’s, you will have to get in touch with the clerk of court’s office of Davidson County, in person. An alternative is to launch a case search through one of the local courts.
However, they will only entertain inquiries on court documents when the applicant shows up personally and fills out a request form. Of course, you could also write to them, but the responses are slow in the coming in such scenarios. If you go to the county clerk’s department, you get the facility to use their public service terminals to find the judicial records you need.
For an offline case search, you can visit the 20th District Criminal Court. This tribunal serves Davidson County and it handles cases pertaining to misdemeanors as well as felonies. Access to court documents is granted through online means, by mail and if the applicant visits in person. Although the name of the subject and the search years will be enough to initiate the case search, additional information such as the date of birth race and SSN can assist in getting accurate results.
The tribunal works out of 408 2nd Ave N, #2120, Justice A Birch Bldg, Nashville, TN 37201. Generally any inquiry launched pertaining to Davidson County court dockets will cover the last ten years. Another way to find judicial records is by approaching the clerk of court’s office. This agency works out of 1 Public Square, Nashville, Tennessee 37201-5007.