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04/11/2017

Emergency Vehicles

Information from the County Attorney’s Office By Steven J. Franzen, Campbell County Attorney EMERGENCY VEHICLES Occasionally on television or the internet, we see video of a driver crashing into a police cruiser or a car that was pulled off to the side of the road sometimes injuring or killing the police officer or the person […]

10/21/2015

School Attendance

Information from the County Attorney’s Office By Steven J. Franzen, Campbell County Attorney   COMPULSORY SCHOOL ATTENDANCE With the new school year well under way, I thought it may be helpful to discuss the issue of compulsory school attendance. Under Kentucky Law, every child between the age of six (6) and sixteen (16) is required […]

10/21/2015

Power of Attorney

Information from the County Attorney’s Office By Steven J. Franzen, Campbell County Attorney     POWER OF ATTORNEY Frequently, our office is asked about a Power of Attorney and its applicability as a commonly used legal document.  A Power of Attorney is legal document that assigns another person to take care of your affairs for […]

10/21/2015

Passing School Buses

Information from the County Attorney’s Office By Steven J. Franzen, Campbell County Attorney   PASSING SCHOOL BUSES With schools back in session, it may be helpful to review Kentucky’s laws concerning passing school buses. Prior to stopping a school bus for picking up or letting off children, a bus driver is required to activate amber […]

10/21/2015

Guardianships

Information from the County Attorney’s Office By Steven J. Franzen, Campbell County Attorney     Guardianships The County Attorney’s Office often gets calls concerning guardianships and what needs to be done to establish a guardianship.  This article will review some of Kentucky’s laws concerning guardianships. A guardianship is a legal relationship between a capable adult […]