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Wilson County Court Records

Wilson County court records provide official documentation on court proceedings and judicial actions. Records may exist as hand-written documents, online documents, photographs, microfilms, or audio recordings.

Different factors, such as case type and status, may determine the content of a Wilson County court record. For instance, a criminal court record may provide information on arrest histories, sentencing, and parole. In contrast, lien court records may feature property deeds, contracts, and valuation information.

Are Court Records Public in Wilson County?

Under the Tennessee Public Records Act, most Wilson County court records are public documents. State laws govern the storage and release of court records to the public and determine which agency is responsible for keeping and issuing them. In Wilson County, the clerks of courts are the custodians of court records.

Per state law, not all court records are accessible to the public. Exempt court records under the law may include:

  • Court documents that contain the contact information of victims or those under the threat of domestic violence (Tenn. Code Ann. Section 37-1-151(b)(4)(F))
  • Child custody and adoption court documents
  • Documents on performance evaluation of court officials
  • Expunged court documents due to a court order
  • Court records classified as exempt under state and federal statutes.
  • All court records collated by the Disciplinary Counsel which contain allegations of an Attorney's misconduct (Tenn. Sup. Ct. R., Rule 9, § 32)
  • Medical records in court documents (Tenn. Code Ann. Section 63-2-101(b))
  • Juvenile court records

Wilson County Court Records Search

In Wilson County, searches for court records generally start with the agency holding the record. The clerks of courts are primarily responsible for keeping records of court cases. Clerks may also maintain online, mail, or in-person access to the records. For example, the county’s clerk and master of the chancery court allow on-site inspections or mail requests for probate and chancery court records.

Wilson County Court Records Search by Name

Wilson County court records are accessible via name-based searches. For instance, you may search courts by name using the county's online court records system.

An alternative option is to search court records in person at the court clerk's office. Visit the clerk’s office and provide the case party’s name to get the record. Note that the clerk may charge fees for retrieving and producing copies of court records. For instance, the clerk and master charge $0.5 and $1 per page for non-color and color copies, respectively.

Wilson County Courts

Wilson County court system comprises the circuit, chancery, municipal, probate, general sessions, and juvenile courts. The courts’ addresses and contact information are:

Wilson County Circuit Court
Wilson County Judicial Center
134 South College Street
Lebanon, TN 37087
Phone: (615) 444-2042
Fax: (615) 449-3420

 

Wilson County Chancery Court
Wilson County Judicial Center
134 South College Street
P.O. Box 1557
Lebanon, TN 37088
Phone: (615) 444-2835 (Chancery)
Fax: (615) 443-6191 (Chancery)
Phone: (615) 466-5311 (Probate)
Fax: (615) 466-5312 (Probate)

 

Wilson County Criminal Court
Wilson County Criminal Justice Center
115 East High Street
Lebanon, TN 37087
Phone: (615) 444-1488
Fax: (615) 444-5889

 

Wilson County General Sessions Courts
Wilson County General Sessions Court, Division III - Family Court
Wilson County Judicial Center
134 South College Street
Lebanon, TN 37087
Phone: (615) 444-2042
Fax: (615) 449-3420

 

Wilson County General Sessions Court Divisions I and II
Wilson County Criminal Justice Center
115 East High Street
Lebanon, TN 37087
Phone: (615) 444-2045
Fax: (615) 443-1186

 

Wilson County Juvenile Court
Wilson County Criminal Justice Center
115 East High Street
Lebanon, TN 37087
Phone: (615) 444-2114
Fax: (615) 444-5889

 

Wilson County Municipal Courts
Lebanon Traffic Court
406 Tennessee Boulevard
Lebanon, TN 37087
Phone: (615) 443-2831
Fax: (615) 443-3960

 

Mt. Juliet Municipal Court
1019 Charlie Daniels Parkway
P.O. Box 322
Mount Juliet, TN 37122
Phone: (615) 754-2550
Fax: (615) 758-7076

 

Watertown Municipal Court
160 South Statesville Avenue
Watertown, TN 37184
Phone: (615) 237-3225

Wilson County District Court Records

Wilson County courts oversee cases that are often found under the custody of district courts. Court case types under this category include civil and criminal court cases. That said, the clerk of courts is the custodian of these court case records. For example, the chancery court’s clerk and master maintain criminal or civil cases filed at the chancery court and probate court. In contrast, the circuit court clerk keeps records of cases filed at the general sessions court, circuit court, and juvenile court.

To access records from the chancery court’s clerk and master, interested parties must take these steps:

  1. Complete a public records request form
  2. Attach the search fee
  3. Send the completed form and fees to:
    The Public Records Request Coordinator
    Wilson County Clerk & Master’s Office
    P.O. Box 1557
    Lebanon, TN 37088-1557
    Phone: (615) 444-2835

The record custodian charges $0.5 and $1 per copy for non-color and color records, respectively. If the record cost exceeds $10, you must pay in advance. The clerk accepts the fees as money orders or checks payable to Millie Sloan, Clerk.

Note: Always check the chancery court website for updated information on the current clerk.

On the other hand, you can obtain records from the circuit court’s clerk by filling out an online request form.

Wilson County criminal and civil court records are also available online via the online court records system. Requesters must choose the case type and court name and input the case number or case party’s name.

Wilson County Criminal Records

The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation is the custodian of Wilson County criminal records. It allows access to the records via an online request form or mail-in request. To use the online form, requesters must fill out the required search information and pay the applicable fees. The agency charges $29 for the record search.

Record seekers must print and complete the request form in English or Spanish to use the mail-in request option. Next, include a $29 search fee with the request and send it to this address:

Tennessee Bureau of Investigation – TORIS Unit
901 R.S. Gass Boulevard
Nashville, TN 37216
Phone: (615) 744-4057

Wilson County Criminal Court Case Lookup

You can look up Wilson County criminal court cases through the county’s online court records system. An alternative is to get the records in person at the circuit clerk's office. The clerk keeps records of all criminal court cases filed in the county courts. To access the records, requesters must fill out an online request form on the clerk’s website.

Get Wilson County Civil Court Records

Civil court records contain histories of disputes and lawsuits between two or more parties. Wilson County courts have shared jurisdiction over most civil cases. For example, the chancery, circuit, and general sessions court have shared authority over foreclosure and lien cases.

Record seekers can find Wilson County civil court records at the office of the court clerks. The circuit court clerk maintains records of civil cases filed at the circuit court, general sessions court, and juvenile court. Requesters must complete an online request form to get civil court records from the clerk’s office. In addition, they must select the preferred option for receiving the court record.

On the other hand, the chancery court’s clerk and master enable in-person or mail-in access to civil court records. Record seekers must complete a request form and send it to the clerk at:

Public Records Request Coordinator
Wilson County Clerk & Master’s Office
P.O. Box 1557
Lebanon, TN 37088-1557
Phone: (615) 444-2835

Requesters can also view civil court records online via the Wilson County online court records system. To view the record, you must input the case number, case party’s name, or case year. Also, you must select the case type and the court that handled the case.

Wilson County Family Court Records

Wilson County courts have jurisdiction over all family-type cases like adoption, child custody and visitation, divorce, paternity, and child support. Also, family court case records are available at the offices of the court clerks. For example, the clerk and master of the chancery court keep family court records filed at the chancery court and probate court.

To obtain family court records in Wilson County, requesters must determine where the case was filed. This will help the requester know which court clerk is in charge of the record.

To obtain records from the chancery court’s clerk and master, record seekers must complete a Public Records Request Form. They must also include the applicable fee for copying the record. The next step is to send the required documents via mail or in person to:

Public Records Request Coordinator
Wilson County Clerk Master’s Office
P.O. Box 1557
Lebanon, TN 37088-1557

Alternatively, you may need to complete an online request form from the circuit clerk to access family court records. Provide search information like the case party’s name, court name, and document type.

Family court records may contain data that is exempt under the Public Records Act. So, the court may redact the exempt data when producing the requested record. To view confidential family court records, requesters must have a direct and legal right to the document.

Wilson Dissolution of Marriage Records

In Wilson County, public members can access dissolution of marriage records via these general steps:

  1. Find the local or state agency holding the record
  2. Determine the available options for accessing the record
  3. Complete the set requirements for the selected request option.
  4. The agency will retrieve the record within the set timeframe.

Wilson County Marriage and Divorce Records

The Tennessee Department of Health is the state-level custodian of Wilson County’s marriage and divorce records. Also, the TDH provides access to these records via in-person and mail-in requests. You can access the records by following these steps:

  1. Complete and notarize an application for Wilson County marriage certificates or divorce records
  2. Provide a copy of a government-verified ID or other alternatives
  3. Include a $15 search fee in the required payment option. For mail-in requests, include a money order or check payable to Tennessee Vital Records. The court clerk accepts all payment options when requesting in person.
  4. Send these documents in person or via mail to:
    Tennessee Vital Records
    1st Floor, Andrew Johnson Tower
    710 James Robertson Parkway
    Nashville, TN 37243

Divorce records less than 50 years old are confidential records. Furthermore, they are only accessible to eligible requesters, such as the record subject, relatives, and their legal representatives.

The Tennessee State Library and Archives keeps marriage and divorce certificates created between July 1, 1945, and December 31, 1973.

You can also request divorce records from the chancery court’s clerk and master. To access the records, fill out the records request form and send the completed form via mail or in person to:

Wilson County Birth and Death Records

Wilson County birth and death records are accessible via the Tennessee Department of Health. The agency allows in-person and mail access to these records. Requesters must follow these guidelines to get records from the TDH:

  1. Complete and notarize an application for Wilson County birth or death record
  2. Provide a government-issued ID that contains your signature

Note: you must include the mother’s copy of the birth record to obtain Wilson County birth certificates for newborn children.

  1. Pay the applicable fee. The TDH accepts money orders or checks for mail requests.
  2. Send all these documents via mail or in person to the TDH at:

Wilson County birth and death records contain confidential information. As a result, the TDH will only issue the documents to the following requesters:

  • Record subject
  • Relatives (parent, guardian spouse, offspring, grandparent, and grandchild)
  • Legal representative
  • Eligible personnel like physicians and funeral directors

Note: Wilson County vital records, such as birth and death certificates, protect the rights of the record subject and other concerned parties. For example, Wilson County birth records protect an individual’s right to property.

Wilson County Probate Court Records

In Wilson County, probate court records comprise information on cases like wills, guardianships, conservatorships, and estates. The chancery court’s clerk and master keep records of all probate cases filed in the county. Furthermore, it allows access to the records via in-person and mail requests.

To get probate records, interested parties must complete a request form for probate court records. Next, they must include the applicable fees and send the request via mail or in person to:

Public Records Request Coordinator
Wilson County Clerk Master’s Office
P.O. Box 1557
Lebanon, TN 37088-1557

Wilson County Property Records

Record seekers can access Wilson County property records through state and local record custodians. The Tennessee Comptroller of the Treasury maintains a statewide repository for property records in the county. The repository contains parcel details, building information, property valuation, and subdivision data. To view property records on the platform, requesters must input one of these search terms:

  • Property address
  • Property owner’s name
  • Parcel ID

Wilson County Tax Administration also maintains online repositories of property records. Requesters can view property records by using these search options:

  • Search by Owner ID
  • Search by Location Address
  • Search by Plat Book/Deeds Page
  • Search by Deed Book/Deeds Page

Wilson County Court Records Online

Members of the public can look up Wilson County court records online via the county’s online search system. Third-party search sites like Tennesseecourtrecords.us offer another resource for accessing online court records. Operating independently of any government agency, these sites are generally easy to navigate and accessible to out-of-state requesters. However, third-party search sites may not feature accurate court information.

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