Kentucky Law Blog

Should I talk to Law Enforcement?

One of the most common questions encountered by Criminal Law Attorneys is, “Should I talk to law enforcement?”  The question arises in multiple fact scenarios from being pulled over for suspicion of driving under the influence to being contacted regarding witnessing...

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Shacking Up

Americans are marrying later in life and less often, and the number of divorces is on the decline according to Statista.Com.  This trend is very noticeable in my practice.  I regularly meet men and women with problems resulting from living with their romantic partner...

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What Do I Do If Pulled Over?

One of the most common questions asked of criminal defense attorneys is ‘what should I do if I am pulled over?’ If an officer turns on his emergency lights behind you, safely pull over to the side of the road and place your hands on the steering wheel. Wait for the...

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Custody Rights

How do legal custody rights come about?  How does it differ from physical custody?  What is joint or sole custody?  What is shared parenting?  These are some of the most common questions that people ask a family lawyer. Custody is a legal right or responsibility that...

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Constitutional Carry Law

On June 27, 2019 Kentucky passed a “Constitutional Carry” law.  Constitutional carry allows Kentucky residents of 21 years or older to carry a concealed weapon without a Carry Concealed Deadly Weapons (CCDW) permit. The name “Constitutional Carry” refers to the Second...

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