Loudon County Circuit Court Clerk

Steve Harrelson
Circuit Court Clerk

Mission Statement

The Circuit Court Clerk's Office strives to promote a high standard in the Judicial System. We provide courteous and efficient service to the citizens of Loudon County, judges, attorneys, law enforcement agencies, and the public. Our goal is to recognize and respond to the needs of our judicial system while maintaining a friendly, customer-focused service that can provide innovative, cost-effective solutions to problems.

Loudon Courthouse

Contact Information

Circuit & Criminal Court
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 280
Loudon, TN 37774

Shipping/Physical Address:
601 Grove St.
Loudon, TN 37774

Located in the old courthouse
in downtown Loudon

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Phone: (865) 458-2042
Fax: (865) 458-2043

Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

General Sessions, Juvenile & Probate Courts
Mailing & Shipping/Physical Address:
12680 Hwy 11 West, Suite 3,
Lenoir City, TN 37771

Located in the Justice Center at the corner
of Sugarlimb Rd. and Hwy 11

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Phone: (865) 986-3505
Fax: (865) 986-7355

Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Loudon County Judges

9th Judicial District Circuit Court Judge
Judge Michael S. Pemberton
1000 Bradford Way, Ste 400
P.O. Box 400
Kingston, TN 37763-0400
Phone: (865) 376-5776
Fax: (865) 376-9051
Administrative Assistant, Jeff Money

9th Judicial District Criminal Court
Judge Jeffery H. Wicks
200 East Race Street, Suite 11
Kingston, TN 37763
Phone: (865) 376-6573
Administrative Assistant, Denise Fox

Loudon County General Sessions & Probate Courts Judge
Judge Rex Dale
Loudon County Justice Center
12680 Hwy 11 West, Suite 3
Lenoir City, TN 37771
Phone: (865) 986-3505
Fax: (865) 986-7355
Administrative Assistant, Kim Nix

Loudon County General Sessions & Juvenile Courts Judge
Judge Henry E. "Hank" Sledge, Jr.
12680 Hwy. 11 West, Suite 3
Lenoir City, TN 37771
Phone: (865) 986-3505
Fax: (865) 986-7355
Administrative Assistant, Kim Nix

Circuit Court Clerk's Office Overview

The business services and responsibilities are defined by state statue, court rules and county policies, and include:

  • Administrative management
  • Technology planning and deployment
  • Court case management
  • Records management and preservation of exhibits
  • Financial management (statutory fiduciary for Circuit, General Sessions, Juvenile and Probate Court)
  • Juror Administration
  • Staff development - training and implementation of new laws and court procedures
  • Statutory dissemination of information and data reporting to various agencies
  • Courtroom support for judges and judicial equivalents