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What is the difference between a misdemeanor and a felony charge
How is someone charged with a crime
What happens when someone is arrested and why is he allowed out on bond
What is an arraignment?
What if I am the defendant in a criminal case in general sessions court, do I need an attorney
What if I only have a case involving a suspended driver’s license and no other charges
What if I am a defendant and I need a continuance in my case
What happens at a preliminary hearing?
Why does it sometimes take so long for a case to go before the grand jury?
My case as a defendant (or the one I am interested in as a victim/witness) was bound over or waived to the grand jury. When will I know whether the case has been indicted by the grand jury?
What happens after a case is indicted by the grand jury and the defendant has been arraigned by the judge in criminal court?
How are jurors selected for jury duty and how do I get off of jury duty?
Why do we often get called in for jury duty and wait around only to be sent home?
What if I am a victim or witness in a criminal case and need information about the status of a case?
What if I need to know more than the status of the case, e.g. I need to give you a new address as to where to contact me about upcoming court dates, or I need to give an amount for restitution or to tell you about some information that will be helpful in prosecuting the case?
What money am I entitled to as a victim of crime?
How does Tennessee’s sentencing law work?
What if I have a problem with my child support case and cannot get through to anyone in Nashville at the Child Support Receipting/Payment Unit or in Kingston at the Child Support Enforcement Office? Call 865-376-0081 x 127
To whom do I report illegal drug activity in my neighborhood?