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Shelby County

Criminal Court Clerk's Office

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Heidi Kuhn, Clerk
  • Shelby County Criminal Court Clerk's Office
  • Shelby County Criminal Court Clerk's Office
  • Shelby County Criminal Court Clerk's Office

201 Poplar Avenue, Suite 3034 - Memphis TN 38103

Phone:  (901) 222-3200

Office Hours: 8:00 am - 4:30 pm, Monday - Friday

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"Just because you have a past,

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Click HERE for the Shelby County Criminal Justice System Portal


Collection for Covington Disaster Relief Drive

Shelby County Cares! The Criminal Court Clerk’s Office team and community donated to our Collection for Covington drive to get needed supplies to the Covington, TN community after they were hit by devastating tornadoes last week. We are so proud to see people come together to help communities in need. Thank you to Kroger and Absolute Moving Services for your partnership.

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April 4th Foundation Gala - 2023

Clerk Kuhn invited staff members to attend the April 4th Foundation Gala with her to commemorate Dr. King’s vision and legacy. The April 4th Foundation’s mission is to provide an organized platform for the encouragement, creation, and support of commemorative historical and educational programs on the anniversary of the tragic assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on April 4th, 1968, in Memphis, Tennessee. The Foundation provides recognition and awards during the event to individuals who continue to strive to keep Dr. King’s “Dream” alive.


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Expungement clinic gives chance to clear non-violent charges from record

The Criminal Court Clerk’s Office hosted our 19th expungement clinic at Oak Grove M.B. Church. Over 250 people attended, where they learned whether they were eligible for an expungement with Criminal Court and General Sessions Criminal Court, and were able to attend the job fair with job opportunities with FedEx Ground, MATA, and First Student. We also had the City of Memphis Drive While You Pay program and NAACP providing voter’s registration. Thank you to Pastor Donald Johnson and the volunteer staff from the church for your assistance.

World Down Syndrome Day

The Criminal Court Clerk’s Office celebrated World Down Syndrome Day by wearing blue and yellow, and crazy socks. World Down Syndrome Day is a global awareness initiative that has been backed by the United Nations since 2012. It has been spearheaded by Down Syndrome International, which has linked up with national charities across the world to develop activities and events to raise awareness and support for those living with Down Syndrome and highlight how those with Down Syndrome have, and continue to play, a vital role in our communities.

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