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    Saturday Sep 12 | via WLEX-TV Lexington 

    A Kentucky State Police trooper was shot and killed late Sunday night during a high-speed chase along I-24 in Lyon County. The shooting happened at about 11:30 p.m. Officials have not released much information about what led up to the shooting, nor about the suspect.


    Related Topix: Owen County, KY, Owenton, KY

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Dui and assault charges
A friend blew a .08 when drinking, she went to move her vehicle and she bumped a friend not injuring them, that said persons wife called the police and ambulance, he refused medical attention because he had drugs in his system. The driver went to jail with a dui and assault, which the commonwealth has now changed to attempted murder. The one hit did press charges but still there is no doctors notes or injuries, what can this person do so she doesn't go to jail for a accident.
She needs to get a lawyer to help defend her and fight the charges and protect her right.
My dad has a DUI first time and terroristic threatening 3rd degree and a menacing charge to all within two day can he go to jail
He has not ever been in trouble with anything in his past this is first time and on the DUI charge the vehicle was not even running it was setting in the front yard but I always keep the keys in the ignition.
Asker, you didn't ask a question here. What's your question> ? Your dad is going to need to hire an attorney to...
Will I still be able to have my DUI expunged?
One year ago I plead guilty to a DUI charge in Kentucky. I was told i could have it expunged if I kept my record clean for 5 years. Unfortunately, this past weekend I received a ticket for an open container violation in Oxford, Mississippi. (I was not in a car, rather walking on the street).
The statute is clear that ther must be 5 years of clear conduct. Retain a lawyer in Oxford. The lawyer may be able to...
Do I have to take classes again?
I got a 2nd DUI Feb. 2013. In Indiana. I have a Kentucky DL. I took required classes and was on probation in Indiana. After I did all my classes and paid my probation. The probation released me early. I wasn't aware My Kentucky DL had been suspended until last week when I was going to get a Indiana DL. Frankfort Ky DMV said they won't accept my classes they should have been been turned in immediately after completion. I had no idea. Now they want me to do 36 weeks of classes again. Can There be a loop hole or way to fight this? Thank You.
There may be. You should definitely hire a Kentucky attorney to see if they can obtain your course history and apply...
I live in ky and recieved a dui here and now florida is holding it against me suspended me for life how is this legal?
it is a 4th in my life time dating back 25 yrs. 3 in florida
Florida's DHSMV web site lists the following for a 4th DUI: 4th DUI or Subsequent DUI Conviction - You must serve 5...
After getting a DUI in CA and now living out of state, how can I get my BAC lowered for a 1650 waiver?
I received a DUI in 2013, started my program in Mar, 2014 but was dropped (8/4/14) for missing too many classes and failure to pay. I have been working on this from KY all year with no success. I had a warrant, got it recalled, have had my SR22 for 7 months, applied for a 1650 waiver but was denied because my BAC was a .22 and the MAU says this prohibits me from being eligible without an amended abstract lowering it below a .20. DMV gave me 3 options, to get it lowered, to re-enroll/drop and pay some fines, and to return to CA to finish it entirely. I have a life and a job in KY I can't leave for the amount of time it would require to settle options 2 and 3. I've been without a license for some time and need it back ASAP.
The amended abstract of judgment seems like the best option, but it would be very difficult to get, I think. Imagine...
I blew a triple zero on a PBT. I was still charged with being under the influence of alcohol.
I admitted to taking a sip or two, but was not under the influence. I was also charged with attempt to purchase. Appearantly a minor(whom was under the age of 18) was present at the scene but I had no idea how old he was, nor who he was. Also, when the police knocked on the door and stormed in, they failed to state that they had a search warrant, then proceeded to look through the residence. There were other charges I am found guilty of. Will a Marshall judge still pin me for two sips and "attempting to purchase"?
Good question. I would begin to answer it by reading the police report. What does it say? Have you read it over yet?...