TBA Law Blog

Posted by: Stacey Shrader Joslin on Apr 12, 2013

Sharon Guffee, who took office in December as Williamson County’s first juvenile court judge, not only is settling in to her new role, but also is making plans for the future, Franklin Home Page reports. One item on the wish list is a larger facility for the court, which shares a building with the Williamson County Sheriff's Office, county jail, juvenile detention center and Alternative Learning Center, which is overflowing with more than 70 students. Guffee says the court outgrew the current space long ago. In an interview with the news website, Guffey also talks about her experience as a private attorney and as the county’s juvenile magistrate.