TBA Law Blog

Posted by: Brittany Sims on Apr 15, 2015

Hawkins County leaders agreed Tuesday to make more space available for two programs that are helping reduce jail expenses by providing treatment to offenders with addiction and mental health issues. Judge J. Todd Ross addressed the County Commission's Buildings Committee to request that a custodian office in the Justice Center be converted into extra space for his Drug Court. Hawkins County’s Recovery Court and Frontier Health’s Community Justice programs have been sharing an office in the Justice Center across from Sessions Court. The Times News has more.