TBA Law Blog

Posted by: Amelia Ferrell Knisely on Dec 18, 2015

The Rutherford County Commission appropriated $68.9 million Thursday to build a Judicial Center and parking garage by June 2018. The Daily News Journal reports the new center will replace the existing overcrowded Judicial Building that opened in the early 1980’s. The commission also unanimously approved to request the Tennessee General Assembly to allow the county to double court case fees from $25 to $50 to help fund the Judicial Center.