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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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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New state law may ease jail crowding

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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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