In Nashville for business, a man was blowing off some steam after a long work day, when he found himself in an argument with the staff at a local restaurant/bar. During the altercation, a glass door was shattered. Police were nearby, and arrested the client for felony vandalism. During the arrest, they also retrieved a marijuana pipe, and a handgun.
Once the client made restitution to the restaurant for the broken window, and completed some community service work, the ADA agreed to dismiss the drug paraphernalia and vandalism charges. The client was allowed to enter a six-month diversion program on the firearm charge, and was able to have it dismissed and expunged. He left the courthouse with no jail time and no convictions on his record.