TBA Law Blog

Posted by: Suzanne Craig Robertson on Nov 5, 2012

The newest Davidson County Juvenile Court judge, Sophia Brown Crawford, will be sworn in at 4:30 p.m. Nov. 14 at the Juvenile Justice Center on Woodland Street in Nashville. Crawford was appointed by the Metro Council on Oct. 16 to complete the term of Judge Betty Adams Green, who retired in September. Crawford was appointed to the bench as magistrate in 2002 by Green and has presided continuously since that time. Prior to her appointment, Craword spent 14 years in private practice with a focus on family and juvenile law. During that time, she was appointed as a contract attorney by the governor to prosecute termination of parental rights cases for the state Department of Children’s Services for 14 counties.