LMPD “representative” wrongly told officer there would be no investigation into false testimony allegation


Click here to watch the video. LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) – A “representative” of Louisville Metro Police Chief Steve Conrad’s office wrongly told a police officer there would be no investigation into a July 31 allegation by a judge that the officer lied while testifying, according to the department. Subsequently, in a DUI trial on Aug. …

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Fox41 News On Tuesday, August 4, 2015 Director Mark Bolton met with Officer Liliana Hernandez, her counsel and a union representative to discuss the facts surrounding the allegations of misconduct that resulted in a recommendation to terminate Ms. Hernandez’s employment. The information presented at the pre-termination meeting did not persuade Dir. Bolton …

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DUI cases in jeopardy; jail worker suspended after cross-examination by Paul Gold

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11:18 p.m. EDT August 1, 2015 By Jason Riley and Dalton Main – © WDRB 41 Metro Corrections breathalyzer officer suspended for lying under oath. LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) – A Louisville Metro Corrections officer has been suspended for lying under oath, jeopardizing hundreds of drunken driving cases. Officer Liliana Hernandez admitted during a DUI trial in …

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Paul Gold Presents Details of New DUI Interlock Legislation to a Full House

Attorney Paul Gold Talks on Louisville DUI Laws

Attorney Paul Gold, who has a large DUI practice, and State Senator Morgan McGarvey, author of the New DUI Interlock Ignition Device presented information on the new Legislation to a packed room of Louisville Attorneys interested in learning details of the law on June 12, 2015 at the Jefferson County Public Law Library. The new law …

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Derby Expert #22: Paul Gold is Louisville Magazine’s “Emergency Contact”

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Paul Gold named Louisville Magazine’s Derby Expert #22: Emergency Contact, sighting his golden touch in DUI cases April 2015 Issue: Print Edition – pg. 19; Digital Edition – pg. 39 Listen up, party people. If your Derby weekend agenda leans heavily on intoxication, irresponsibility will likely follow. No judgment here. You do you. But here’s …

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Revelation of Video Feed May Lead to Call to Reopen Louisville DUI Cases

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Read the full article from Louisville’s NPR (WFPL) here By Ashley Lopez February 25, 2015 The recent revelation that breathalyzer tests are video recorded at the Louisville jail may lead to an influx of filings to re-opened drunk driving cases in the near future. WDRB reported this weekend that a Louisville Metro Corrections official was …

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Attorneys cry foul over jail surveillance videos – WDRB

Posted: Feb 20, 2015 10:02 PM CET Updated: Feb 22, 2015 1:19 PM CET By Jason Riley View the full story here. LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) — When Metro Corrections Breathalyzer technician Brett Rehm was accused recently of lying in court records –potentially jeopardizing dozens of DUI cases — the Louisville Metro Police Department quickly discovered …

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Breathalyzer officer cleared; cases were at risk

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Andrew Wolfson, The Courier-Journal 4:49 p.m. EST January 29, 2015 A breathalyzer operator for Metro Louisville Corrections Department has been exonerated on allegations that he lied in court records when he said he smelled alcohol on a suspected drunken driver. The Courier-Journal reported in November that more than 70 drunken-driving cases were put in jeopardy …

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SUNDAY EDITION: Hundreds of DUI cases dismissed or in jeopardy because of breathalyzer technician problems

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Click HERE to watch the full story from WRDB LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) — Called to a store on Seventh Street Road in March 2013, police found a man “passed out” behind the wheel in a parking lot, his vehicle in drive and a beer in his cup holder. The man failed a field sobriety test …

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About 70 DUI cases could be thrown out


Andrew Wolfson, The Courier-Journal 5:09 p.m. EST November 24, 2014 Photo Credit: Photo: Scott Utterback/The Courier-Journal Dozens of drunk driving cases in Jefferson County could be in jeopardy after a breathalyzer operator at the Louisville Metro Department of Corrections was captured on videotape saying a defendant didn’t smell of alcohol, then wrote in a report …

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