TBA Law Blog

Posted by: Brittany Sims on Jan 29, 2015

Rutherford County has notified the vendor for a Circuit Court Clerk computer software program it is dissatisfied with the system, Mayor Ernest Burgess said today. The county sent a "notice of dispute" to NewDawn Technologies of Utah on Jan. 23. The computer software program cost some $730,000, but the county's total expense is estimated at $900,000 to $1 million because of personnel hired to set it up and overtime costs for information downloading. Burgess hinted at a County Commission meeting in late 2014 that the matter could wind up in court and noted that the commission's next discussion about the system could be done in executive session, The Murfreesboro Post reports.