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Roane County Court Records

Roane County court records refer to the official documentation of legal proceedings and cases within the county. These records serve as a comprehensive repository of information regarding past and ongoing court cases, including civil, criminal, and family law matters.

Some examples of court records typically found in Roane County, Tennessee, include case details, legal notices, summons, pleadings, motions, hearing transcripts, docket entries, exhibits, evidence, court orders, and judgments. Roane court records are typically maintained by the Roane County Circuit Court Clerk or the Roane County Clerk and Master.

Are Court Records Public in Roane County?

According to the Tennessee Open Records Act, Roane County court records are generally accessible and available to the public. However, there are certain records that are exempted from public access. Some records exempted from public access include:

  • Court records sealed or expunged by court order.
  • Court records containing confidential information, such as Social Security numbers, medical records, or sensitive personal information.
  • Juvenile records.
  • Medical records.
  • Attorney-client privileged information.

Roane County Court Records Search

Roane County court records are maintained by the Roane County Circuit Court Clerk and the Roane County Clerk and Master. The Circuit Court Clerk is the custodian of the records of the Circuit, General Sessions, Criminal, and Juvenile Courts. In comparison, the Clerk and Master maintains the records of the Chancery Court.

To obtain Roane court records from the Circuit Court Clerk, interested persons can request copies in person by visiting the office or submitting a mail request to:

200 E. Race Street, Suite 11
Kingston, TN 37763
(865) 376-2390

To obtain records from the Clerk and Master, a requester can submit an in-person request at the office or mail a request to:

200 E. Race Street, Suite 12
Kingston, TN 37763
(865) 376-2487
(865) 376-1228

The Online Court Records System provides access to case information for civil and criminal matters handled by the Circuit and General Sessions Courts. The system is searchable by party name, case year, and case number.

Roane County Court Records Search by Name

Individuals can use the Online Court Records System to perform a name-based search for any court record in Roane County. The system provides access to case information for civil and criminal matters handled by the Circuit and General Sessions Courts and can be searched by party name.

For records maintained by the Roane County Circuit Court Clerk (records of the Circuit, General Sessions, Criminal, and Juvenile Courts), visit the office to conduct a name-based search:

Roane County Circuit Court Clerk
200 E. Race Street, Suite 11
Kingston, TN 37763
(865) 376-2390

Use this same method for records maintained by the Clerk and Master (records of the Chancery Court). The office address is below:

Roane County Clerk and Master
200 E. Race Street, Suite 12
Kingston, TN 37763
(865) 376-2487
(865) 376-1228

The Online Court Records System provides access to case information for civil and criminal matters handled by the Circuit and General Sessions Courts. The system is searchable by party name, case year, and case number.

Roane County Courts

The Roane County court system has one Circuit Court, one Chancery Court, one Criminal Court, one General Sessions Court, one Juvenile Court, and four Municipal Courts.

The Circuit Court is a court of general jurisdiction that hears civil cases with damage claims greater than $25,000 and appeals of decisions from General Sessions, Juvenile, and Municipal courts. The Chancery Court has jurisdiction over various civil matters, including probate, guardianship, and equity cases. The Criminal Court has jurisdiction over felony and misdemeanor cases.

The General Sessions Court is a court of limited jurisdiction that hears both civil and criminal cases, including preliminary hearings in felony cases and misdemeanor trials, divorce and orders of protection, civil cases with damage claims of less than $25,000, and traffic citations.

Below are the addresses and contact details of all the courts in the county:

Circuit Courts in Roane County

Roane County Circuit Court
200 East Race Street
Suite 11
Kingston, TN 37763
Phone: (865) 376-2390
Fax: (865) 717-4141

Chancery Courts in Roane County

Roane County Chancery Court
200 East Race Street
Suite 12
Kingston, TN 37763
Phone: (865) 376-2487

Criminal Courts in Roane County

Roane County Criminal Court
200 East Race Street
Suite 11
Kingston, TN 37763
Phone: (865) 376-2390
Fax: (856) 717-4141

General Sessions Courts in Roane County

Roane County General Sessions Court
200 East Race Street
Suite 11
Kingston, TN 37763
Phone: (865) 376-5584
Fax: (865) 717-4141

Juvenile Courts in Roane County

Roane County Juvenile Court
200 East Race Street
Suite 11
Kingston, TN 37763
Phone: (865) 717-4166
Fax: (865) 717-4141

Municipal Courts in Roane County

Harriman City Court
609 North Roane Street
P.O. Box 433
Harriman, TN 37748
Phone: (865) 399-0099
Fax: (865) 882-7031

 

Kingston City Court
900 Waterford Place
Kingston, TN 37763
Phone: (865) 376-2081

 

Oliver Springs City Court
717 Main Street
Oliver Springs, TN 37840
Phone: (865) 435-7722 ext. 3
Fax: (865) 435-7705

 

Rockwood Municipal Court
110 North Chamberlain Avenue
Rockwood, TN 37854
Phone: (865) 354-0611
Fax: (865) 354-0348

Roane County Circuit Court Records

The Roane County Circuit Court is a court of general jurisdiction that handles civil cases with damage claims greater than $25,000 and appeals of cases from General Sessions, Juvenile, and Municipal courts. Roane County Circuit court records are maintained by the Roane County Circuit Court Clerk.

The Circuit Clerk provides online access to circuit court case information through the Online Court Records System. The system can be searched by party name, case year, and case number.

In-person or mail requests for Roane County Circuit Court records can be made to the Clerk’s office at:

200 E. Race Street, Suite 11
Kingston, TN 37763
(865) 376-2390

Roane County Criminal Records

The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI) is the central system for criminal history information in Tennessee. It allows members of the public to carry out criminal background checks. Interested persons can obtain Roane County criminal records by carrying out criminal background checks online or via mail. Online criminal background checks can be carried out on the Tennessee Open Records Information Services Website. Mail-in requests are to be made to:

Tennessee Bureau of Investigation
901 R.S. Gass Boulevard
Nashville, TN 37216
(615) 744-4000

Criminal background checks cost $29 per request. Payment can be made with credit cards.

Alternatively, criminal records can be obtained from the Roane County Sheriff’s Office at:

230 N. Third Street
Kingston, TN 37763
(865) 376-5582

Roane County Criminal Court Case Lookup

The Roane County Criminal Court and General Sessions Court hear criminal cases in the county. The records of these courts are kept by the Circuit Court Clerk. Interested persons can look up criminal case information by using the Online Court Records System. Users can search the system by party name, case year, and case number.

In-person or mail requests for criminal case information can be submitted to the Clerk’s office:

200 E. Race Street, Suite 11
Kingston, TN 37763
(865) 376-2390

Get Roane County Civil Court Records

Civil court records in Roane County encompass a wide range of cases, including but not limited to contract, property, personal injury, debt recovery, landlord-tenant, and probate cases. Depending on the nature of the matter, civil cases are handled by the Circuit Court, Chancery Court, and General Sessions Court. The Circuit Court Clerk is responsible for maintaining the records of the Circuit Court and General Sessions Court, the Clerk and Master keep Chancery Court records.

To obtain civil court records from the Circuit Court Clerk, interested individuals can visit the Clerk’s office located at:

200 E. Race Street, Suite 11
Kingston, TN 37763

Requests can also be made by submitting a mail request to the same address. The contact number for the Circuit Court Clerk’s office is (865) 376-2390.

For Chancery Court records, individuals can submit an in-person request at the Clerk and Master’s office located at:

200 E. Race Street, Suite 12
Kingston, TN 37763
(865) 376-2487
(865) 376-1228

Alternatively, requests can be made by mail using the same address. The contact numbers for the Clerk and Master’s office are (865) 376-2487 and (865) 376-1228.

Roane County Family Court Records

In Roane County, family law matters are heard by the Circuit Court and General Sessions Court. The types of family law cases heard by these courts include divorce, child custody, child support, adoption, paternity, domestic violence, and juvenile delinquency cases.

To obtain family court records in Roane County, interested individuals can request copies from the Roane County Circuit Court Clerk’s office. The Clerk holds records for both the Circuit Court and General Sessions Court. Requests can be made in person by visiting the office located at 200 E. Race Street, Suite 11, Kingston, TN 37763, or by submitting a mail request to the same address. The contact number for the Circuit Court Clerk’s office is (865) 376-2390.

Roane Dissolution of Marriage Records

Roane County dissolution of marriage records are available through the Roane Circuit Court Clerk and the Tennessee Department of Health. Persons interested in obtaining such records contact the Roane County Circuit Court Clerk, who is responsible for keeping and maintaining marriage dissolution records in the county. The contact information for the Roane County Circuit Court Clerk is below:

Roane County Circuit Court Clerk
200, E. Race Street, Suite 11
Kingston, TN, 37763
Phone: (865) 376-2390

Alternatively, individuals can request dissolution of marriage records from the Tennessee Department of Health. The Department keeps a central repository of dissolution of marriage records for the state. To obtain a certified copy of a divorce record, individuals must fill out the Application for a Certified Copy of a Certificate of Divorce or Annulment form. The filled-out form, along with a payment of $15 and a valid ID, should be mailed to:

Tennessee Vital Records
Andrew Johnson Tower, 1st Floor
710 James Robertson Parkway
Nashville, TN 37243

Payment can be made in cash, checks, money orders, or debit/credit cards.

Roane County Marriage and Divorce Records

Roane County marriage records and divorce records are maintained at the county by the Circuit Court Clerk and County Clerk, respectively.

The Roane Circuit Court Clerk keeps Roane County divorce records, which can be obtained by contacting the Clerk’s office with the information below:

Roane County Circuit Court Clerk
200, E. Race Street, Suite 11
Kingston, TN, 37763
Phone: (865) 376-2390

Roane County marriage certificates are part of Roane County public records, accessible to any person that has the required information. To obtain Roane marriage records, the requester must know the names of the couple and date of marriage, and the marriage license must have been issued in Roane County.

The information can be used to search marriage records online or make an in-person or mail request for certified copies. An in-person request costs $7 for each certified copy, and it can be made by visiting the Clerk’s office at:

Roane County Clerk
200, E. Race Street, Suite 2
Kingston, TN, 37763
P.O. Box 546
Phone: (865) 376-5556

For mail requests, record seekers are advised to send a written request, including the date of marriage and the bride and groom’s names, with the return address the certified copy should be mailed and payment. Certified copies cost $7 each and postage fee is $2, which means a total fee of $9. The request should be mailed to the address above.

Alternatively, Roane’s marriage and divorce records can be obtained at the state level from the Tennessee Department of Health. A requester should complete the applicable form:

A certified copy of any of the records cost $15. The acceptable payment is in cash, checks, money orders, or debit/credit cards. The completed form, along with payment and a valid ID, should be mailed to:

Tennessee Vital Records
Andrew Johnson Tower, 1st Floor
710 James Robertson Parkway
Nashville, TN 37243

Roane County Birth and Death Records

The Tennessee Department of Health serves as the state's central repository for birth and death records. There are limitations on the accessibility of Roane birth records and death records under Tennessee law. Birth records are closed for 100 years, while death records are closed for 50 years. These records are available only to qualified persons, including the individual named on the record, immediate family members, legal representatives, and government agencies.

Interested persons can obtain Roane County birth certificates and death records by completing the applicable application:

Mail the completed form, payment of $15, and a valid ID to:

Tennessee Vital Records
Andrew Johnson Tower, 1st Floor
710 James Robertson Parkway
Nashville, TN 37243

Payment for records can be made in cash, checks, money orders, or debit/credit cards.

Roane County Probate Court Records

Roane County Chancery Court hears probate matters, which encompasses a range of cases including estate administration, wills, guardianships, conservatorships, and matters involving trusts. These records are maintained by the Roane County Clerk and Master, who serves as the custodian for the Chancery Court.

To obtain Roane County Probate Court records, individuals can submit an in-person request at the Clerk and Master’s office located at 200 E. Race Street, Suite 12, Kingston, TN 37763, or they can mail a request to the same address. Additionally, inquiries can be made by contacting the office at (865) 376-2487 or (865) 376-1228.

Roane County Property Records

The Roane County Register of Deeds is the custodian of legal documents pertaining to real property in the county. Interested persons can obtain Roane County property records by visiting the Register of Deeds office or sending a mail request to the office address:

200 East Race Street, Suite 6
P.O. Box 181
Kingston, TN 37763
(865) 376-4673

The Roane County Property Assessor also maintains property records relating to tax and ownership. Requesters can obtain property records at the Property Assessor’s office at:

Roane County Property Assessor
200 East Race Street, Suite 5
Kingston, TN 37763
(865) 376- 4362

Roane County Court Records Online

Third-party online resources like Tennesseecourtrecords.us offer inquirers an alternative means of accessing court records remotely. These platforms provide search tools for quick access to court records, including historical data and real-time updates on proceedings. However, users should be mindful of potential inaccuracies, fees, and privacy concerns associated with these platforms. While they offer valuable accessibility, it is important for users to verify information obtained from third-party sources with official court records to ensure accuracy and reliability.

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