WSMV Channel 4 NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) - The Channel 4 I-Team has learned that a member of the Davidson County General Sessions Drug Court treatment team also runs eight halfway houses where judges send defendants for court-ordered treatment.
The halfway houses are owned by a non-profit, which on paper, is
exceeding its projected budget thanks in part to rent paid by clients
sent by the court.
The eight halfway houses are on Harrington Avenue in Madison.
houses have eight residents each. The clients are primarily people with
drug or alcohol charges who were sent there by a judge.
Judge Casey Moreland stepped aside from his duties as general sessions’
drug court judge, this is where some of the people he sentenced ended
The houses are owned or operated by a non-profit called Recovery Community, Inc. Lyn Noland is the executive director.
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I-Team explores connection between Judge Moreland and halfway houses