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ADA - American's with Disabilities Act
The Americans with Disabilities Act prohibits discriminating against any qualified individual with a disability.
Any litigant who is dissatisfied with a judgment of a Municipal Court may appeal their case to Circuit Court under the provisions of T.C.A. 16-18-307 provided that such appeal is made within 10 days and the litigant pays a $250 bond to the City of Spring Hill.
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If a defendant has been cited for a moving violation and has had no prior moving violations for the three years previous to the date of the citation that brings them to court, then the usual case is that the judge will consider them eligible for Traffic Safety School.
During the first two court dates of the month, the court will call only the "regular docket." At the third court date of the month a regular docket is called, and after that a trial docket is also called, at which all trials set for the month are heard.