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Drinking and Driving – How much is too much?

Drinking and Driving – How much is too much? With the holiday season upon us and most of us attending lots of family gatherings, Christmas parties, New Years Eve Parties, etc., I thought it may be helpful to explain how many drinks someone can normally have before they reach the .08% alcohol level prohibited by […]


Property Owner’s Responsibility – Removal of Snow & Ice

As we contend with the oncoming winter, I thought it may be helpful to explain what property owner’s responsibility with snow and ice.  In this article, I will explain this somewhat confusing area of the law. The current law for property owners clearing their driveways and sidewalks is no liability if the owner takes no […]


Caution in Charitable Giving

As we get into the holiday season, many of us get many letters and phone calls requesting contributions to various charitable organizations.  Most charities receive most of their donations between Thanksgiving and Christmas.  Most charities do very wonderful work for the needy and we are certainly fortunate to have so many people dedicated to serving […]


Burglary and Theft During Holidays

BURGLARY AND THEFT DURING HOLIDAYS With the holiday season upon us, it may be helpful to discuss the problem of burglaries and thefts which always seem to increase during the holidays.  Most people take extra precautions to lock up their homes and cars at night, but almost half of residential burglaries take place during daylight […]


Voting Information

VOTING INFORMATION With the election of several local offices and a contested U.S. Senate race coming up on November 4th, it may be helpful to review some of the Kentucky laws concerning voting which have been passed over the years. Before you can vote, you must be registered. In order to vote in the November […]