If you have a criminal case in Cheatham County Circuit Court, it likely means you are either charged with a felony and the district attorney would not agree to reduce the charge to a misdemeanor, or it means you were unable to reach an agreement to dispose of the case in General Sessions.
Cheatham County Circuit Court is located in the historic courthouse in Ashland City, Tennessee.
The address is 100 Public Square, Suite 225, Ashland City, Tennessee, 37015.
About Cheatham County Circuit Court
Cheatham County Circuit Court has the authority to handle all types of criminal cases, whether felony or misdemeanor. If you are unable to reach an agreement with the district attorney at this stage of your case, your case will proceed to trial.
The Judges in Cheatham County Circuit Court are the Honorable Robert Burch, the Honorable George Sexton, and the Honorable Larry Wallace.
What do I wear to court?
You can never be overdressed. Your dress should reflect that your care about your case and that you understand the seriousness of the case.
Dress your best. For gentlemen, a collared shirt and some type of nice slacks. Do not wear t-shirts and do not wear shorts.
For ladies, do not wear anything which would be considered inappropriate at church.
Directions to Cheatham County Circuit Court
From I – 40 West (Nashville)
Take I – 40 W towardss Memphis
Take ramp to Exit 204A (Briley Parkway/TN-155N)
Take ramp to Exit 24 (TN-12) and turn left at the top of the ramp.
Stay on TN-12 for approximately 13 miles into Ashland City, TN. The courthouse is located on the right.