In the News

04/04/2018

Sanctuary Cities

Please see the our recent article by County Attorney Steve Franzen and Assistant County Attorney Tom Edge at the link below: https://www.nkybar.com/resources/newsletter/Lex%20Loci%20-%20April%202018%20Edition.pdf  

01/17/2018

Elder Abuse

Information from the County Attorney’s Office By Steven J. Franzen, Campbell County Attorney ELDER ABUSE As our loved ones age, they require greater care, understanding and compassion from family and friends.  The elderly often become frail, and are more dependent on their primary caregivers, be it a spouse, a child or a trained employee of […]

01/17/2018

Caution in Charitable Giving

Information from the County Attorney’s Office By Steven J. Franzen, Campbell County Attorney   CAUTION IN CHARITABLE GIVING As we get into the holiday season, many of us get letters and phone calls requesting contributions to various charitable organizations.  Most charities receive most of their donations between Thanksgiving and Christmas.  The vast majority of charities […]

01/17/2018

Kentucky Vehicle Registration

Information from the County Attorney’s Office By Steven J. Franzen, Campbell County Attorney   KENTUCKY VEHICLE REGISTRATION A common problem we have in Northern Kentucky is people who move into Kentucky but fail to transfer their vehicles into Kentucky.  Worse still, many do this intentionally to avoid taxes and other costs associated with transferring and […]

01/17/2018

Pedestrians

Information from the County Attorney’s Office By Steven J. Franzen, Campbell County Attorney PEDESTRIANS Not only in the cities, but through rural Campbell County, pedestrians must be aware of traffic and other dangers while walking, beyond just looking both ways before crossing.  In order to minimize the potential dangers for all, the Legislature has set […]