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email@example.comIt was only 18 months ago that Bill Noelker hung out his shingle to practice law and already he has the case of a lifetime. “This case is why I went to law school. This gets me excited,” Noelker said last week in his second-floor office...
firstname.lastname@example.orgOnce again, the proposed Forest Creek development is heading to court, only this time, it’s the developer who initiated the litigation. James W. Kelley, the managing member of Forest Creek, filed a lawsuit against Harold “Hal” Snowden...
email@example.comThe estate of a Danville woman who lived in Arnold Towers has filed a lawsuit against the Housing Authority of Danville alleging a fall on the property led to her death. The estate of Lois V. Cox, administered by Lois B. Arron, is seeking an...
firstname.lastname@example.orgA Stanford woman is suing a Danville bus operator and nursing home alleging that their employees caused her to break a leg and suffer other injuries when they dropped her in her wheelchair as they tried to load her on a bus. Brenda Young filed the...
email@example.comJUNCTION CITY — Beer has been on Junction City store shelves less than a month, but officials already face legal fire for allowing alcohol sales. Junction City resident Joseph O. Perry and Liquor Mart of Danville are suing the City Council, Mayor...
Associated PressLOUISVILLE — Charles Mitchell won’t be able to hear the crowd noise or announcements when he goes to a University of Kentucky football game this fall, but he will be able to track announcements and read the words to “My Old Kentucky...
Tags: Judges, Lawyers, College Sports, Laws, Kentucky Wildcats
firstname.lastname@example.orgHARRODSBURG — Rodney Harlow, who was passed over last week when Harrodsburg City Commission selected Billy Whitenack as police chief, has filed a lawsuit seeking to regain his job. “The entire process used to terminate Chief Harlow, in our...
email@example.comHARRODSBURG — If he pleaded guilty to murdering Debora Brooks, Paul Estes would have to spend 25 years in prison before being eligible for his first parole hearing. He found the deal unfair, compared to the 17-year sentence his former girlfriend,...
Tags: Judges, Prosecution, Lawyers, Prisons, Defendants
firstname.lastname@example.orgHARRODSBURG — A decision on whether accused murderer James Michael Kelley is competent to stand trial was postponed Monday after his attorney asked Mercer Circuit Judge Darren Peckler for more time. “I was not prepared to go forward today,&...
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A state inmate and his wife are suing Northpoint Training Center Warden Steve Haney and other state prison officials because they are no longer allowed to have “face-to-face” visits at any of Kentucky’s correctional facilities....
Tags: Crime, Law and Justice, Justice System, Laws, Prisons, Trials
email@example.comFor more than two years, infrastructure work at the Memorial Sports Complex located off U.S. 27 near Hoover Pike has been nonexistent. Because of this, the Nicholasville Planning Commission along with the Nicholasville City Commission is seeking a...
firstname.lastname@example.orgAn overflow crowd at Monday night’s Nicholasville Planning Commission meeting prompted planners to postpone discussion on granting extensions for preliminary plats and construction plans for the proposed Westgate Subdivision. Attorney David R....
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