Shelby County District Attorney General

Amy Weirich became District Attorney in January, 2011 by appointment by Gov. Bill Haslam, and was elected to the office on August 3, 2012 to continue serving as Shelby County’s first female D.A. She is a veteran prosecutor who started serving in the D.A.’s office in 1991. The District’s Anti-Trespassing Program was created to discourage incidents of loitering and criminal trespass at apartment properties and other multi-family residential communities. Apartment complexes throughout Shelby County are encouraged to become active participants in the Anti-Trespass program.