Cherokee County District Court - Cherokee County Courthouse in Tahlequah, Oklahoma

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Cherokee County District Court in Tahlequah, Oklahoma


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Location & Contact Information


Cherokee County District Court 213 W. Delaware Tahlequah, OK 74464 Telephone: (918) 456-0691 Facsimile: (918) 458-6587 | Google Map

Information about Cherokee County District Court


  • District. The Cherokee County District Court is part of the 15th District of Oklahoma, which includes:
    • Cherokee County District Court
  • Court Clerk. The Cherokee County District Court Clerk is Shirley Glory.

Relevant Statutes & Resources for Cherokee County


Cherokee County Pleadings


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Municipal Courts & Courthouses in Cherokee County


Cherokee County Attorneys and Lawyers


If you have a case pending in Cherokee County District Court or otherwise need a Cherokee County attorney , view EsquireEmpire's Cherokee County, Oklahoma Attorney Directorysee a list of a few of the lawyers who practice in Cherokee County District Court below:

  • Rodney Lynn Brook, Esq. - Practices in Adoption, Bankruptcy-Personal, Criminal Defense, Divorce, Family law, General Practice, Guardianship, Personal Injury, Probate, Trial Practice, Wills & Trusts.
  • Mackenzie Lea Hamilton Jessie, Esq. - Practices in Adoption, Contracts, Criminal Defense, Divorce, Estate Planning & Probate, Family law, General Practice, Guardianship, Personal Injury, Probate, Real Property(Land), Trial Practice, Wills & Trusts.
  • Robert Park Medearis Jr., Esq. - Practices in Adoption, Business & Corporate, Contracts, Criminal Defense, Divorce, Estate Planning & Probate, Family law, Financial Institution and Banking, General Practice, Guardianship, Indian Law, Insurance, Personal Injury, Probate, Real Property(Land), Trial Practice, Wills & Trusts, Workers Compensation.

Old Cherokee County District Court


Cherokee-county-district-court-talhequah-oklahoma-old.jpg The above image depicts the original Cherokee County District Courthouse, which was built in 1869. It was constructed as the Cherokee Capitol but because the Cherokee County District Court at statehood (1907). Since the current Cherokee County District Court was constructed in 1979, this building has been used a the headquarters for the Cherokee court system and election board. The structure originaly had a copula, which was removed after the building was damaged in 1928.

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