Posts tagged with: Court monitoring

The MADD Tennessee Court Monitoring program is a vital way of enhancing accountability and transparency in the criminal justice system. Court Monitoring volunteers get hands-on experience in the courtroom and get an opportunity to forge relationships within the judicial system....
Jerice Le’Tay Glanton was born in Nashville, Tennessee in 1984 to loving and devoted parents, Jerry & Wanda Glanton. The middle child of 4 siblings, she grew up in East Nashville and attended Martin Luther King, Jr. Magnet High School....
MADD Tennessee is one of 13 states nationwide to participate in our Court Monitoring Program in which staff and volunteers go into local courtrooms to ensure drunk and drugged driving cases are prosecuted and adjudicated as the serious crimes they...
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What happens when impaired driving cases go to court?  Are impaired drivers being held accountable for their decision to threaten the innocent lives of others?  Are laws that MADD volunteers worked so hard to pass being followed? MADD’s Court Monitoring...