In the News


Septic Systems

More than one in five households in the United States depend on individual onsite or small community cluster septic systems to treat their waste water according to the EPA.  In Kentucky, about 40% of homes have septic systems that provide on-site wastewater management.  If used and maintained properly, septic systems can provide adequate treatment for […]


Political Signs

The political season is upon us and political campaigns are going about the arduous task of putting up political signs.  Many people seem to feel that taking or damaging a political sign is not a criminal offense but rather that it just a common occurrence in the territory of political campaigns.  However, that is not […]


Cars and Kids

With school out and summer upon us, parents will be driving their children all over the place.  As such, I caution motorists about the dangers of leaving children in hot cars.  We sometimes hear in the news where a parent or child care giver, often distracted, stressed and overworked, forgets a helpless child inside a […]


Michelle Eviston – Child Support Attorney of the Year

The Campbell County Attorney’s Office is proud to report that Assistant Campbell County Attorney Michelle Eviston was recently recognized and named the 2018 Child Support Attorney of the Year by the Commonwealth of Kentucky, Cabinet for Health and Family Services.              Michelle was also honored for receiving this award at […]



Information from the County Attorney’s Office By Steven J. Franzen, Campbell County Attorney  TAXES   Almost everyone knows when tax day is for federal and state taxes.  However, my office gets dozens of calls each year regarding when local taxes are due and what taxes are owed.  This article will explain the various types of […]