Belmont University - B.S. '96; Loyola University School of Law (New Orleans) - J.D. '00
Appointed May 19, 2023 by Governor Bill Lee.
General Edmonson worked in the court system in Williamson County Chancery Court Clerk’s Office before attending law school. While in law school, she was an intern in the 21st District Attorney’s Office which only reinforced her passion for criminal law. In 2001, she began her legal career in private practice in Williamson County but felt the pull towards prosecution. She joined the 21st District Attorney’s Office as an Assistant District Attorney in 2004 and was named the Deputy District Attorney in 2012 by General Kim Helper. General Edmonson strives to treat everyone she encounters with respect and dignity while seeking justice. She is married to Randy Edmonson, both lifelong Tennesseans, and they have a son, Logan.
Williamson County Bar Association; National District Attorneys Association; Tennessee Board of Professional Responsibility; Morris Heithcock Fraternal Order of Police; Attends Thompson Station Church
Number and types of courts in your district:
Williamson County has 4 divisions each of Circuit Criminal, Circuit Civil, and Chancery Courts. Two General Sessions Courts with civil and criminal dockets and one Juvenile Court. Additionally, the jurisdiction has city or municipal courts in Brentwood, Fairview, Franklin, Nolensville and Spring Hill.
Notable things about your district:
Williamson County has a wide array of community partners who help victims navigate the judicial process. Additionally, the 21st Recovery Court program; TNROCS program; DUI court; Veteran’s court; and Mental Health Court are a few of the restorative justice programs available to offenders.
Williamson County encompasses the City of Brentwood, City of Fairview, City of Franklin, City of Spring Hill, Town of Nolensville, and the Town of Thompson’s Station, in addition to our beautiful countryside within the county. Home to Governor Bill Lee, Supreme Court Justices, leaders within our state government, many country music artists, celebrities and professional athletes, plus the headquarters of several corporations. When you walk downtown Franklin or eat in the restaurants in Williamson County, you never know who might sit next to you.
Franklin Criminal Ofﬁce
421 Main St., Suite 102
Franklin, TN 37064
1441 New Hwy. 96 W, Ste. 2
Franklin, TN 37064
Phone: (615) 794-7275
Fax: (615) 794-7299