“Paul Gold has golden touch in winning DUI acquittals” –The Courier Journal


Front Page News, lead story in the Courier Journal: December 2, 2012 Written by Andrew Wolfson | The Courier-Journal Louisville attorney Paul Gold has golden touch in winning DUI acquittals Watch the related Courier Journal Video HERE Police seem to catch Paul Gold’s clients dead to rights — driving under the influence, their breath-alcohol levels …

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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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AttorneyPaulGold.com has a new look

Website Launch

Paul S. Gold, DUI Attorney and criminal attorney in Louisville, Kentucky has launched a new website outlining his strengths, ethics, testimonials from clients, relevant client results and more. From drug offenses and DUI’s to juvenile offenses, traffic violations and much more, Paul Gold, Attorney at Law is prepared to represent you aggressively. Proudly serving all …

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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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Paul Gold’s Case grabs spotlight on TV show “The First 48”


‘THE FIRST 48’ Videographer Tom Bailey, working for the A&E true-crime series “The First 48,” records the court proceedings last month involving defendant Frederick Davis, one of several Louisville cases the TV show has followed. Cameras complicate judicial matters, even after filming ends By Jason Riley jriley@courier-journal.com The Courier-Journal When A&E’s true-crime show “The First …

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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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