TBA Law Blog

Posted by: Katharine Heriges on Aug 22, 2017
The foundation tied to former Nashville judge Casey Moreland’s drug court has repaid $8,868 that was spent for private employees to travel to conferences, the Tennessean reports. The Davidson County Drug Court Foundation did so as a part of fulfilling one of three recommendations from an internal Metro Nashville audit, which was completed Friday. The audit found other problems, including an employee who was improperly paid out vacation time and nearly $20,000 in city bus passes purchased but not accounted for. The second phase of the audit is ongoing.