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Sentencing
101 East Lafayette
Jackson, TN 38301
(731) 425-8292

A judge considers several factors on sentencing including incapacitation or preventing that person from committing other crimes: deterrence (to defer others from committing similar crimes); rehabilitation; and having the victim made whole, whether or not the defendant just "deserves" punishment and any prior criminal record or lack of a criminal record.

If the judge sentences someone to jail, it is up to the judge whether or not that person goes to jail that day. If the person is allowed to do so, he/she may make an appointment to serve the jail time. One may go to the Criminal Justice Complex and make an appointment with the Sheriff deputy or may call the jailer at (731) 988-3054. It is up to the Sheriff whether or not that person would serve time at the Criminal Justice Complex or the Penal Farm.

The judge may also order a combination of jail time and supervised probation, or just supervised probation. In some cases, the judge may order unsupervised probation.


BLAKE ANDERSON
City Court Judge
DARYL HUBBARD
City Court Clerk

DIRECTORY

City Court

731-425-8292

Daryl Hubbard,
City Court Clerk

731-425-8661

Jacqueline Smith,
Office Manager

731-425-8297,

Deborah Harris,
Deputy City Court Clerk

731-425-8325

Jamayla Hill,
Deputy City Court Clerk

731-425-8294

Valeria Williamson,
Deputy City Court Clerk

731-425-8290

Jamie Hinton,
Deputy Court Clerk
731-425-8293
Lena Smith,
Deputy Court Clerk
731-425-8291
Fax Number for City Court 731-425-8229

IMPORTANT LINKS
Arraignment & Bail
Bound to the Grand Jury
City Court Jurisdiction
Defendant's Rights
Drivers' License
Map to City Court
Probation
Sentencing
Traffic Citation
Victim's Rights