Spring Hill Municipal Court

Spring Hill Municipal Court is holding virtual court hearings.  This means
you will NOT appear in-person for court.  You will have a video meeting with the Judge on the internet using Zoom.

All virtual court hearings begin at 9:00 am on the court date listed on your citation.

The court clerk will email you the link to your virtual court hearing. You should receive this email on the Friday prior to your court date.  Please check your spam and junk email folders if you cannot find your email.  The email will be sent to you from jmitchell@springhilltn.org.  

If the contact information on your citation is incorrect, or if you did not give the issuing officer your email address, please complete the form below and submit it to the court.  

Please note that failure to attend your virtual court hearing is the same as failing to appear in court, and it will be processed as such.  Your citation will be reported to the TN Dept. of Safety for Failure to Appear, and your driver's license will be subject to suspension.   

We appreciate your cooperation. 

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Spring Hill Municipal Court Mission

The Spring Hill Municipal Court strives to provide fair, neutral and professional judicial services for all litigants and attorneys appearing before the Court when enforcing the applicable laws of the State of Tennessee and the Code and Ordinances of the City of Spring Hill, and while respecting the provisions of the United States Constitution.

Court Jurisdiction

The Spring Hill Municipal Court has jurisdiction over Class C Misdemeanor traffic violations and City Ordinance violations that occur within the city limits of Spring Hill. Please examine the citation that you received and ensure that you have been cited to the Spring Hill Municipal Court as opposed to the General Sessions Courts of Maury or Williamson Counties. Violations of law that occur outside the city limits of Spring Hill will not be heard in the Spring Hill Municipal Court. If you are uncertain where you should appear to answer your citation, please contact our Court Clerk at (931) 486-2252, ext. 243.