Shouldn’t your traffic case be heard in Nashville, not sessions court?

Print PDFWhy do traffic cases in Hamilton County go to sessions court — and are not heard administratively in Nashville in a state agency? Traffic cases are administrative violations, and should be brought to conclusion in the department of safety and homeland security, charged with overseeing Title 55 enforcement. Rules of the road violations are under that title, the motor and other vehicle law, and are subject to the uniform administrative procedures act at Title 4, chapter 5. By David Tulis / NoogaRadio 92.7 FM Why, instead, do they go to sessions court or city court as quasi-criminal proceedings? Traffic … Continue reading Shouldn’t your traffic case be heard in Nashville, not sessions court?