TBA Law Blog

Posted by: Brittany Sims on Sep 6, 2013

Judge William E. (Bill) Higgins has been elected by his fellow judges as Presiding Judge over the Davidson County Sessions Court. The presiding judge is responsible for developing the rules for the conduct and administration of the courts as well as conducting meetings of all the judges to discuss problems or issues pertaining to court operation. He will also prepare and submit the budget of the Courts to the Metro Council. “I am honored to be elected”, he said in a press release. “I want to assure that we manage the courts to make sure that we remain accessible as “The Court of First Resort” to serve as the basic foundation for our community’s justice system.”