Darin Plumlee, a former Mt. Juliet High School teacher and wrestling coach, pleaded guilty to child sex charges Tuesday in Wilson County criminal court.
Accused serial killer Bruce Mendenhall had his court date set for Feb. 27 after previous court dates were postponed several times in the past.
The U.S. Court of Appeals upheld a ruling Wednesday from Middle Tennessee district court after a Wilson County probation officer claimed a violation of her First Amendment rights.
A Lenoir City chiropractor paid $1.45 million plus interest Wednesday to resolve false claims act violations.
Ramiro Limon Camacho, 28, a Mexican national, pleaded guilty Monday in Wilson County criminal court to four counts of attempted aggravated sexual battery.
The trial date for a Lebanon man charged with first-degree murder was moved to the week of April 30, because defense attorneys continue to wait on final reports from an expert in the case.
The court kiosks will allow court clerks and their staff to direct self-represented litigants to an on-site computer or tablet where the user can access legal information and connect with local legal resources.
A 54-count superseding indictment was unsealed Thursday that charged 12 members and associates of the Mongols Motorcycle Gang with racketeering conspiracy.
The sentencing hearing for Michael Shepard, former Wilson Central High School softball coach convicted of statutory rape by an authority figure was pushed back Tuesday morning in criminal court until March 19 at 1 p.m.
Former Lebanon Police chief Scott Bowen, who was reinstated to his position in chancery court in November, attended a pre-action disciplinary hearing Thursday at 2 p.m. with Mayor Bernie Ash and city attorney Andy Wright.
Former Lebanon police Chief Scott Bowen, who was reinstated to his position in chancery court in November, will attend a pre-action disciplinary hearing Thursday at 2 p.m. with Mayor Bernie Ash and city attorney Andy Wright.
Larry Lee Holmes, 44, of Mt. Juliet, and Antonio Deshawn Banks, 32, of Mt. Juliet, were each given trial dates in March after criminal hearings Monday.
The final defendant charged in a conspiracy to file fraudulent federal income tax returns, claiming millions of dollars in bogus refunds, was sentenced Wednesday in U.S. District Court.
Sen. Mark Pody, R-Lebanon, recently expressed his appreciation for Lawrence McKinney’s exoneration and said he hopes the Tennessee Board of Claims will act quickly in awarding McKinney’s compensation.
Lawrence McKinney’s fate will once again rest in the hand of others, as the Tennessee Board of Claims will decide the fate of his potential $1 million for wrongful imprisonment.