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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Paul Gold weighs in: Cases in jeopardy after officer indicted for theft


Paul Gold is Interviewed by WAVE 3 regarding a Louisville Metro Police Department officer accused of falsifying his time sheets to rack up extra overtime. View the Story at WAVE3’s website Cases in jeopardy after officer indicted for theft Posted: Feb 12, 2014 4:04 AM Updated: Feb 12, 2014 6:40 AM By Natalia Martinez LOUISVILLE, …

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Paul Gold’s Louisville DUI Cases and others could be affected by LMPD officer indicted on charges


LMPD officer indicted on charges of theft and official misconduct Posted: Feb 11, 2014 3:59 PM Updated: Feb 11, 2014 9:21 PM By Jason Riley – bio | email LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) — A Louisville Metro Police officer has been indicted by a Jefferson County grand jury on charges of official misconduct and theft by …

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Sobering Results, Jefferson County judges more lenient than juries on DUI defendants Courier Journal

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You can watch the Courier Journal’s related Video: Video Caption: Sobering Results | A look inside DUI trials: The Courier-Journal reviewed 200 Jefferson County DUI trials and found when the accused request a bench trial instead of a jury trial they are more likely to go free. Written by: Jason Riley and Andrew Wolfson | …

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Burp adds a hiccup in Kentucky DUI case


Published by USAToday, The Courier Journal, DelewareOnline, WZZM13 ABC, Florida Today, Citizen Times, CorrectionStone.com, Desmoinesregister.com, JConline.com AZcentral.com By Andrew Wolfson, The (Louisville) Courier-Journal SEPT 13, 2010 LOUISVILLE — If you burp when taking an alcohol breath test, does it invalidate the test? That’s a question the Kentucky Supreme Court will confront when it hears a …

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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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