• Torrence to receive pension of $80K per year

    Even though he plans to resign next week, taxpayers might still be outraged by what's coming to Davidson County Criminal Court Clerk David Torrence.
  • Board investigates whether to give Torrence pension

    The Metro's benefits board decided Tuesday morning to investigate whether former Davidson County Criminal Court Clerk David Torrence should collect pension benefits.
  • Court clerk hires sons for unadvertised jobs

    A top elected official in Nashville hired both his children for Metro jobs that were never advertised.
  • DA Launches Investigation Into Criminal Court Clerk

    The district attorney announced Friday his office is launching a full investigation into the actions of Criminal Court clerk David Torrence.
  • Court Clerk's Salary Lowered After I-Team Story

    The Davidson County criminal court clerk accused of only working half of the year will now be making less money.
  • Councilman Wants To Take Away Clerk's $11K Raise

    A Metro councilman wants to strip Criminal Court clerk David Torrence of thousands of dollars after what a Channel 4 I-Team investigation exposed.
  • DA To Announce Criminal Court Clerk Investigation

    The Channel 4 I-Team has learned the district attorney will announce Friday he's launching a full investigation into the actions of Criminal Court clerk David Torrence.
  • Elected Official: I Work Three Days A Week

    One of the highest-paid elected officials in Nashville has a six-figure salary, works about half the year, has a county car for personal errands and golfs and works in the yard during the workweek, a Channel 4 I-Team investigation found.
  • Councilman Asks For Court Clerk's Resignation After I-Team Story

    Days after Channel 4 aired an I-Team story last week exposing that Davidson County Criminal Court clerk David Torrence works only half the year and earns a six-figure salary, Metro Council member at-large Charlie Tygard is asking for Torrence's resignation.
  • Court Clerk Apologizes For Work Schedule Controversy

    Davidson County Criminal Court Clerk David Torrence issued a news release Tuesday apologizing for the controversy over his work schedule.
  • Mayor To Court Clerk: Go Back To Work

    The mayor of Nashville has a clear message for the city's Criminal Court clerk: Get back to work.
  • Court Clerk Behind On Disclosing Budget

    The Channel 4 I-Team has uncovered that for nearly two years, Criminal Court clerk David Torrence hasn't been providing the city information about how he's spending the public's tax dollars. He's required to do so by city ordinance.
  • Resolution Filed For Clerk's Removal Amended

    It appears there's more than one way to oust a publicly elected official like Criminal Court Clerk David Torrence, including through the courts.
  • Court Clerk Turns In County-Issued Car

    Nashville's taxpayers are no longer footing the bill for an elected official to run personal errands on the job.
  • Council Votes Unanimously For Court Clerk To Resign

    Metro Council voted unanimously Tuesday night to strip elected official David Torrence of his position.
  • Authorities Talk Privately About Clerk's Job

    City legal experts, judges and district attorneys have been discussing privately if they should remove Criminal Court clerk David Torrence from office, the Channel 4 I-Team has learned.
  • Torrence Considers Paying Taxpayers Back For Playing Hooky

    Just three weeks after the Criminal Court clerk of Davidson County told the Channel 4 I-Team he didn't see anything wrong with only working three days a week and being absent from the office half of last year, Thursday night he told a Metro Council committee he's considering paying taxpayers back for all the time he was absent.
  • Formal Complaint Calls For Court Clerk's Removal

    A formal complaint was filed Monday with Metro government calling for the removal of Criminal Court clerk David Torrence.
  • Court Clerk Works First Wednesday In A While

    There have already been some changes following the Channel 4 I-Team investigation into the work habits of Criminal Court clerk David Torrence.