Author’s Commentary: SECOND CHANCE @ GETTING ONE’S LIFE ON TRACK?! WE WILL SEE! WHEN YOU ARE TAPPED FINANCIALLY AND ALL LOOKS GRIM WITH FINES AND FEES ARE PART OF THE RESTITUTION PROCESS IT MAKES FOR A DEPRESSING SITUATION. IF THE MISDEMEANOR IS NOT OF GRAVE OFFENSE: WHY ARE THE FINES AND FEES SO “STEEP?” THIS IS VERY DISCERNING AND WAYS HEAVY ON A LOT OF PEOPLE’S HEARTS. I UNDERSTAND IF A PERSON HAS DONE CRIME THERE ARE CONSEQUENCES; BUT, WHEN I RESEARCH AND SEE THE EVIDENCE THAT THE COUNTY IS LOOKING TO PROFIT FROM THESE OFFENSES FINANCIALLY THAT IS A CAUSE FOR GREAT CONCERN. HOW DOES THIS HELP THE OFFENDERS WHO ARE “SERIOUS” ABOUT GETTING THEIR LIVES BACK TOGETHER? I ASK YOU!
County appeals injunction in PCC case
Rutherford County is appealing a federal judge’s order…….Source
In-house probation plan moves ahead
Rutherford County took one more step Thursday night toward taking over misdemeanor probation services, in-house, on Apr. 1 as the county Budget & Finance Committee voted 6-1 to fund a probation program directly operated by the county. Source
$42 mil for school construction gets first nod
About $42 million in construction funding for Rutherford County Schools in 2016 was approved unanimously by the county Budget & Finance Committee Thursday night. Source
Rutherford County Commission Meeting March 22 2016
Click here and under Health and Education click on above date for pdf file.
Constitutional Attorney KrisAnne Hall followed by Stan Deyo on The Hagmann Report – 3/22/16
Stan Deyo in hour 3!