TBA Law Blog

Posted by: Barry Kolar on May 12, 2016

An item in Wednesday's TBA Today referenced a news story from WBIR that said that Ooltewah High School assistant principal/athletic director Allard “Jesse” Nayadley had been "sentenced" to community service for failing to report child abuse. According to his lawyer, Lee Davis, Nayadley actually had agreed to pre-trial diversion on the class A misdemeanor of failing to report. After performing the community service and 90 days of pre-trial diversion, he can have the matter expunged.