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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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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New state law may ease jail crowding

Jail Crowding

By Jason Riley and Jessie Halladay | The Courier-Journal » Starting Wednesday, Kentucky should begin seeing fewer people jailed for misdemeanor crimes such as having a marijuana cigarette or a few pills. Under a new law designed to ease jail crowding, police can issue citations rather than make arrests for dozens of misdemeanors, as long …

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Trouble with expungement — Erasing the past


Filing errors also leave some sealed cases open and Confusing laws allow abuse and inequality Byline: Jason Riley and Kay Stewart May 15, 2005 Source: The Courier-Journal Thousands of Kentuckians are erasing their arrests and convictions every year by taking advantage of expungement laws that make it cheap and easy to bury their past mistakes. …

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Adult-entertainment law is blocked


Injunction is issued after suit questions its constitutionality Mar 6, 2004 Author: Joseph Gerth |  |  Source: The Courier-Journal   >> Nude dancing returned to Louisville yesterday, following a one-night hiatus, when a judge issued an order blocking the metro government from enforcing its strict new adult-entertainment ordinance. The ruling by Jefferson Circuit Judge …

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