Circuit Court Clerk

20 N. Public Square
Judicial Building
Murfreesboro, TN 37130

Juvenile Clerk's Office
P: (615) 898-7972
F: (615) 217-7120

General Sessions
Civil Division

P: (615) 217-0069
F: (615) 898-7801

General Sessions
Criminal Division

P: (615) 898-7831
F: (615) 898-7835

Circuit Court Civil Division
P: (615) 898-7820
F: (615) 217-7118

Circuit Court Criminal Division
P: (615) 898-7812
F: (615) 217-7119

Collections Office
P: (615) 849-5737
F: (615) 217-7118

Traffic Ticket Information

General Sessions - Criminal: This office handles traffic tickets from the Tennessee Highway Patrol (THP) and the Rutherford County Sheriff’s Office (RCSO).

If you have received a ticket from a Murfreesboro City officer (MPD), you need to call Murfreesboro City Court at (615) 890-2142.

If you wish to attend driving school for your ticket in order to keep points off of your license:

  • You cannot have been traveling 20 MPH over the posted speed limit.

  • You cannot have had a traffic ticket in the past two (2) years.

  • You MUST appear at your assigned court date and be approved to attend driving school by the judge.


If your license has been suspended, you must pay an additional five dollars ($5.00) for a Certified Clearance letter to be submitted to the appropriate State Department of Safety.

No out of state personal checks are accepted for outstanding traffic tickets.
Appropriate forms of payment are local checks,
money orders, cashier or certified checks, and cash.
If your ticket has been outstanding for over six (6) months,
it will be sent to Solutia Collection Agency. Their number is (931) 388-0250.



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Rutherford County, Tennessee does not discriminate based on race, color or national origin in federal or state sponsored programs, pursuant to
Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (42 U.S.C. 2000d). Sonya Stephenson, Title VI Director.