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Gov. Beshear ceremonially signs juvenile justice law

[Sep 1st, 2014]
  Press Release Date: Thursday, August 28, 2014 Contact Information: Kerri Richardson Terry Sebastian 502-564-2611 SB 200 steers more youthful offenders to treatment instead of detention FRANKFORT, Ky. ? Governor Steve Beshear today joined state and local leaders to ceremonially sign legislation that revamps Kentucky?s juvenile justice system by steering more young offenders into community-based [...]

Texas looks to Supreme Court to block Confederate license plates

[Sep 1st, 2014]
  Texas is fighting to block license plates featuring the Confederate flag. Its battle with the Sons of Confederate Veterans has lasted five years, longer than the Civil War. /Texas Department of Motor Vehicles By MARISSA BARNETT Austin Bureau mbarnett@dallasnews.com Published:30 August 2014 11:42 PM Updated:31 August 2014 12:18 AM AUSTIN ? The legal sparring [...]

Judge Strikes Down New Texas Abortion Restrictions

[Aug 30th, 2014]
Law Would Have Required Clinics to Qualify as ‘Ambulatory Surgical Centers’ By NATHAN KOPPEL CONNECT Updated Aug. 29, 2014 6:52 p.m. ET AUSTIN, Texas?A federal judge on Friday blocked a portion of anew state law set to take effect Mondaythat would have required abortion clinics to qualify as “ambulatory surgical centers,” a rule that could [...]

Betty A. Springate sworn in as district judge for Anderson, Shelby and Spencer counties

[Aug 28th, 2014]
  Press Release Date: Friday, August 01, 2014 Contact Information: Leigh Anne Hiatt, APR Public Information Officer 502-573-2350, x 50031 Cell-859-619-7916 lhiatt@kycourts.net http://courts.ky.gov FRANKFORT, Ky. — Betty A. Springate, an attorney from Lawrenceburg, has been sworn in to fill the vacant District Court judgeship for Anderson, Shelby and Spencer counties. The seat represents the 53rd [...]

DA Not Obliged to Pay for Subpoenaed Documents

[Aug 28th, 2014]
By DAVID LEE DALLAS (CN) – A Texas bank cannot force a district attorney’s office to compensate it for producing over 38,000 pages of subpoenaed account records, a Texas appeals court ruled. Preston State Bank was served with a subpoena in October 2009 asking for documents from two of its account holders. After the Dallas-based [...]

Education and Workforce Development Cabinet New report shows employment, earnings for graduates of Kentucky?s public four-year universities

[Aug 28th, 2014]
  Press Release Date: Tuesday, August 05, 2014 Contact Information: FRANKFORT, Ky. (Aug. 5, 2014)? A report released today from the Kentucky Center for Education and Workforce Statistics (KCEWS) on the Commonwealth?s eight public four-year universities shows that students from Kentucky were more likely to stay in the state to work than students from out-of-state. [...]

The Judicial System?s Blessing Of Police Use Of Excessive Force Makes It Nearly Impossible To Hold Bad Cops Accountable

[Aug 28th, 2014]
from thethe-courts-have-cops’-backs,-but-who-has-yours?dept It’s not just the thin blue line insulating bad cops from accountability, it’s the entire judicial system. From lower-level judges treating statements from police withamazing amountsof credulity even in the face of past misconduct orcontradictory recordingsto the nation’s top court, the judiciary branch, giving police officers built-in defenses that far exceed those available [...]

Judges? rulings take away workers? rights

[Aug 27th, 2014]
by:MARK GRUENBERG august 27 2014tags:workers,worker rights,rulings,labor,national If there ever is a year that proves the importance of judges’ rulings to workers’ rights, 2014 is it. That’s because the jurists in black robes spent much of the year taking rights away. From the U.S. Supreme Court down to the Los Angeles Superior Court, judges issued rulings [...]

Will the Supreme Court decide whether judge-found facts can be used to increase a federal sentence?

[Aug 27th, 2014]
  Last MayI noteda recentcert. petitionchallenging the use of judge-found facts to increase a federal sentence. (The Supreme Court has already said that it is unconstitutional forstatutesto rely on judge-found facts to justify a longer sentence; the new question is whether it is also unconstitutional forcommon-law ruleslike appellate reasonableness review to do the same thing. [...]

Secretary Grimes Announces Upcoming Candidate Filing Deadline

[Aug 27th, 2014]
  Press Release Date: Tuesday, July 29, 2014 Contact Information: Lynn Sowards Zellen,lynn.zellen@ky.gov Bradford Queen,bradford.queen@ky.gov (502) 564-3490 Independent, political organization and political group candidates running for most offices in Kentucky must file their petitions of nomination and pay the filing fee by August 12, 2014. The paperwork must be received by the filing official by [...]

ATTORNEY JOB OPENING IN NORTHERN KENTUCKY

[Aug 26th, 2014]
Judge Julie Reinhardt-Ward, Campbell County Circuit Court, is accepting resumes for an attorney position. The deadline to send a resume is August 30, 2014. Resumes can be sent directly to me atjulieward@kycourts.net. The salary has increased to $33,100.00 per year, plus benefits. I am seeking a qualified applicant who is interesting in filling the position [...]

Pennsylvania Court ? Unconstitutional mandatory minimum sentences invalidated even if they predated Alleyne

[Aug 22nd, 2014]
Filed under:Criminal Law by Contributor @ August 21, 2014 When it was decided in 2013, the legal community knew thatAlleyne v. United Stateswould have a large impact on criminal trials throughout the country.Alleynemade mandatory minimum sentences elements of the crime that must be submitted to juries rather than decided upon by judges during sentencing.Theonly question [...]

Kentucky Supreme Court discusses Plea Bargain system, and acknowledges that attorneys cannot ethically waive their (11.42) liability to their client in a Plea Bargain.

[Aug 22nd, 2014]
  Aug. 21, 2014 (the following LawReader synopsis is available for our subscribers. Every Ky. appellate decision is summarized and published on LawReader each week.) Click to Read Full Text   2013-SC-000270-KB.PDF   TO BE PUBLISHED   UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, BY AND THROUGH THE UNITED STATES ATTORNEYS FOR THE EASTERN AND WESTERN DISTRICTS OF [...]

KY. SUP. CT. UPHOLDS DAMAGE AWARD AGAINST POLICE

[Aug 21st, 2014]
After an 18-year fight, Virginia Gaither has finally won justice for her grandson, a special education student who was tortured and murdered after Kentucky State Police used him to make a drug buy despite his identity being compromised. In a unanimous opinion, the Kentucky Supreme Court Thursday reinstated most of a $168,729 award to her [...]

Making laws challenge-proof

[Aug 21st, 2014]
Posted: Wednesday, Aug. 20, 2014 Here?s an unreasonable solution to unreasonably bad legislation: If an N.C. lawmaker votes for a bill that is subsequently rejected by the courts, that lawmaker must help pay for resources that went into defending the flawed law. Absurd? Well, yes. But no more so than the latest legislative gem from [...]

The Alabama legislature must respond to tort liability expansion

[Aug 21st, 2014]
  August 21, 2014 By Richard Garrett Last Friday, the Alabama Supreme Court denied a rehearing in the case ofWyeth v. Weeks. This let stand a holding that name-brand drug manufacturers can be held liable for alleged misrepresentations or failures to warn in regard to generic drugs that they did not manufacture or distribute. The [...]

Kentucky?s troubled public employee pension system to get $23 million from Bank of America settlement

[Aug 21st, 2014]
  BY JOHN CHEVES jcheves@herald-leader.comAugust 21, 2014 Kentucky State Employees Pension system receives $23 million from Bank of America’s $16.65 billion national settlement with the federal government over accusations that the bank improperly dumped “toxic” mortgage-backed securities on the market, helping fuel the economic recession of 2008. KRS executive director Bill Thielen confirmed the sum [...]

The ne Texas two-step: Texas Supreme Court articulates evidence spoliation framework

[Aug 20th, 2014]
Jones Day Scott Fletcher,Shawn Cleveland,Joshua L. Fuchs,Matthew D. Orwig,Deborah Savarese SloanandRobert A. Dahnke USA August 19 2014 Spoliation of evidence has, for some time, remained an important topic relating to the discovery of electronically stored information. Many companies continue to struggle with the burden and expense of various retention requirements in the era of “big [...]

California State Bar?s Institutional Memory is Failing?.It forgets a Speaker Named Earl Warren

[Aug 19th, 2014]
  PERSPECTIVES (Column) State Bar?s Institutional Memory Is Failing; It Forgets a Speaker Named Earl Warren By ROGER M. GRACE   The State Bar has announced that U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia will be a speaker at its convention next month in San Diego, advising on its website: ?Anthony Kennedy, the keynote speaker [...]

Electronic case filing now available in Fayette County

[Aug 19th, 2014]
Media invited to eFiling news conference Wednesday in Lexington Electronic case filing now available in Fayette County FRANKFORT, Ky.,Aug. 18, 2014 ?Attorneys may now file Fayette County civil cases electronically since the Administrative Office of the Courts recently launched its eFiling program there. Media are invited to learn about the program at a news [...]
 

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