Municipal Court

Jurisdiction
The Municipal Court has jurisdiction within the Town of Farragut over cases involving violation of Town ordinances and adopted codes. Since late 2009, Farragut's Municipal Court also has jurisdiction over automated traffic enforcement cases (Red Light Cameras).

The Farragut Board of Mayor and Aldermen annually appoint the judge of the Municipal Court. Currently, the Municipal Court judge is G. Keith Alley. Judge Alley was appointed by the Board of Mayor and Aldermen in February 2016. He has lived in Knox County since 1992 and has been a resident of the Town of Farragut since 2007. Judge Alley received his bachelor's degree with distinction from the University of Virginia in Charlottesville and his Juris Doctor degree from the University of Tennessee College of Law in Knoxville. He has been licensed to practice law in Tennessee since 1996 and is a member of the Anderson County, Blount County, Knoxville, Loudon County, Sevier County and Tennessee Bar Associations. Judge Alley is also a member of the Tennessee Association of Construction Counsel and volunteers as the Secretary for the Board of Directors for Legal Aid of East Tennessee, as Vice-Chair of the Board of Zoning Appeals for the Town of Farragut, and as a Hearing Committee Panel Member for the Tennessee Supreme Court’s Board of Professional Responsibility. He currently practices law with the firm of Holbrook Peterson Smith PLLC in Knoxville where he serves as the firm’s lead litigation attorney. 

Court Costs & Cases
The Farragut Board of Mayor and Aldermen also sets the amount of court costs. As of July 1, 2010, the maximum court cost is $100 per case.

Municipal Court hears cases on the second Monday of each month beginning at 6:00 pm in the board room located on the ground floor of the Farragut Town Hall. Weapons (of any kind) are not permitted in the court. Prior to entering the court, all people are subject to screening by the court officer.

Court Status:


Court will convene as scheduled
Town Hall