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United States of America v. Mitchell Farkas, a/k/a Lifter
Lexington, Kentucky - criminal law lawyer - attempted murder Mitchell Farkas, aka Lifter, 52, of Baton Rouge, along with Johnathan Gober, stabbed another inmate, who the Aryan Circle believed had violated gang rules, while all were housed at federal prison U.S. Penitentiary (USP) Big Sandy in Martin County, Kentucky. The Aryan Circle is a violent, white-supremacist, prison gang w...
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( 08-10-2022 - KY)

Commonwealth of Kentucky v. Joseph Meredith
Elizabethtown, Kentucky criminal law lawyer represented defendant charged with second-degree murder. Joseph Meredith, age 32, was accused of killing Angela Kerr in March 2021. Meredith shot Kerr multiple times on March 12, 2021, inside a Scenic Drive home in Radcliff where he lived. He then had sexual intercourse with her body, an act he videotaped....
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( 08-08-2022 - KY)

United States of America v. David Christopher Lewis
London, Kentucky criminal law lawyer represented defendant charged with wire fraud, for obtaining Paycheck Protection Program loans under false pretenses. AccorIn May 2020, David Christopher Lewis, age 49, submitted two fraudulent applications for Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans on behalf of Bubba Fest, LLC and Elite Artists Agency, LLC. Both businesses related to a ...
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( 07-28-2022 - KY)

Dr. Larry Cunningham v. David W. Blackwell, et al.
Lexington, Kentucky civil rights lawyers represented Plaintiff, who sued Defendants on a 1983 civil rights violation theory. The University of Kentucky investigated two dentistry professors for entering false data about whether they, or their students, had performed services for patients at a university clinic and whether they, or the clinic, should be paid for those services....
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( 07-25-2022 - KY)

United States of America v. Demetrius Burt Catching
Lexington, Kentucky criminal defense lawyer represented Defendant charged with distribution of marijuana and money laundering. Demetrius Burt Catching, age 32, admitted to distributing marijuana in the Lexington area, and then taking the proceeds from the marijuana sales and placing large sports bets and wagers at various Indiana casinos. According to the plea, Catching was ba...
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( 07-25-2022 - KY)

United States of America v. Ronald R. Tyler
Louisville, Kentucky criminal defense lawyer represented Defendant charged with engaging in unwanted sexual contact with individuals under his supervision and control. Ronald R. Tyler, 55, of Shepherdsville, Kentucky, has been charged with engaging in unwanted sexual contact with four individuals who were under his supervision and with making false statements during an interview with the ...
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( 07-22-2022 - KY)

United States of America v. Terry Y. Stegall
Lexington, Kentucky criminal defense lawyer represented Defendant charged with drug distribution. Terry Y. Stegall pleaded guilty to distribution of fentanyl and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. He was sentenced to 24 months in prison followed by three years of supervised release. After his release from custody, the district court twice found that Stegall violated the co...
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( 07-22-2022 - KY)

Commonwealth of Kentucky v. Keyona Bingham
Eddyville, Kentucky criminal defense lawyer represented defendant charged with two counts of second-degree manslaughter for causing a fire that resulted in the deaths of two children. Defendant left a 3-year-old boy in a high chair and a 7-month-old girl asleep on a couch unattended while she visited her stepfather less than a mile away. When she returned on April 7, 2020 in Cadiz, she f...
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( 07-20-2022 - KY)

United States of America v. Tiffany Miller
Pikeville, Kentucky criminal defense lawyer represented defendant charged with possession of a stolen firearm and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. According to her plea agreement, in the early morning hours of July 10, 2021, in Knott County, Miller stole a firearm from Timothy Cornett and then a truck from Winford Cornett. Thereafter, Trooper Bradley Couch, of KSP...
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( 07-16-2022 - KY)

Charlie Coleman v. Janis Winbigler
Covington, Kentucky civil rights lawyers represented Plaintiffs who sued Defendants on voting rights theory. Sacrosanct to American Democracy is the principle of one person, one vote. This idea first emerged in Supreme Court jurisprudence in Baker v. Carr, 369 U.S. 186, but the popularized mantra was recited for the first time in Wesberry v. Sanders, which held that “one man's vote...
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( 07-15-2022 - KY)

United States of America v. Rodger William Moore
Covington, Kentucky criminal defense lawyer represented defendant charged with transporting child pornography. Ln May of 2019, the Rodger William Moore, age 54, flew from the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky Airport to Fayetteville, Arkansas. When he got off the plane, he left his cell phone behind. Airline staff found it, turned it in to lost-and-found, and later accessed it to try to iden...
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( 07-15-2022 - KY)

Commonwealth of Kentucky v. Randell McClendon Freeman
Lexington, Kentucky criminal defense lawyer represented Defendant charged with trafficking in marijuana over 8 ounces....
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( 07-14-2022 - KY)

Commonwealth of Kentucky v. David Franklin Daniel, Jr.
Lexington, Kentucky criminal defense lawyer represented Defendant charged with criminal contempt for failure to company with sex offender registration...
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( 07-14-2022 - KY)

Commonwealth of Kentucky v. Sarah Williams
Lexington, Kentucky criminal defense lawyer represented Defendant charged with multiple misdemeanors as a result of her involvement in a Black Lives Matter Demonstration. Sarah Williams was charged with possession of marijuana and resisting arrest....
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( 07-14-2022 - KY)

Tim Williams v. Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services
Burlington, Kentucky civil litigation lawyer represented Plaintiff, who sued Defendant on a civil rights violation theory. Tim Wilson, a social services worked, reported that that children were being abused and neglected as a result of their case files being misplaced. He was rewarded by being fired. Defendant retaliated against Mr. Williams for reporting that 93 cases of abuse ...
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( 07-14-2022 - KY)

Jennifer Hall, et al. v. Kenton County, Kentucky, et al.
Covington, Kentucky personal injury lawyers represented Plaintiff, who sued defendants on prisoner civil rights violation theories. This is a civil rights action brought pursuant to 42 U.S.C. § 1983 to recover damages for the death of plaintiffs' child which occurred while her expectant mother, plaintiff Jennifer Hall, was incarcerated at the Kenton County Detention Center. ...
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( 07-05-2022 - KY)

Tracy Garrett v. Lt. Eric Knipper
Lexington, Kentucky personal injury lawyer represented Plaintiff, who sued Defendants on prisoner civil rights violation theories. ...
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( 07-05-2022 - KY)

Charlotte A. Howard and James G. Howard v. City of Elizabethtown, Kentucky, et al. l.
Elizabethtown, Kentucky personal injury lawyer represented Plaintiffs, who sued Defendants on general negligence theories. This is a personal injury action arising out of injuries Charlotte allegedly sustained on August 30, 2013. According to the complaint, the Howards were driving past Ring Road Softball Complex in Elizabethtown, Kentucky when a softball broke the passenger side win...
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( 07-01-2022 - KY)

United States of America v. Bronson Meador
Louisville, Kentucky criminal defense lawyer represented defendant charged with aggravated identity theft, unlawful possession of identity documents, possession of counterfeit and unauthorized credit and debit card information, and possession of equipment to make fraudulent credit and debit cards. Bronson Meador, 35, of Hurst, Texas, who lived for a brief time in Elizabethtown, Kentucky,...
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( 06-28-2022 - KY)

Ronald N. Arnsperger, Jr. v. Saint Elizabeth Medical Center, d/b/a St. Elizabeth Florence
Burlington, Kentucky personal injury lawyer represented Plaintiff, who sued Defendant on a medical malpractice theory. Four days before the incident giving rise to the negligence claim, Dr. M. B. Shamsi performed surgery on Arnsperger's ankle, including placement of a screw to fixate and stabilize the joint. Despite several complications during surgery, Dr. Shamsi was optimistic about the...
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( 06-24-2022 - KY)

Michael Newman; Anthony Sieg; Brian Raho; and Victor Gentry v. J.A., a minor, by and through S.A., his mother and next friend
During the 2018-2019 school year, J.A. was a freshman at Western High School ("Western") in Jefferson County, Kentucky. Newman, Raho, and Sieg were principals at Western during the applicable period (Newman, Raho, and Sieg are referred to collectively herein as the "Principals"), and Gentry was J.A.'s teacher. J.A. received special education instruction and services pursuant to the Individual...
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( 06-24-2022 - KY)

Donna Powers v. Kentucky Farm Bureau Mutual Insurance Company
Paducah, Kentucky personal injury lawyer represented Plaintiff, who sued Defendants on auto negligence and insurance law theories. Donna Powers and Fendol Carruthers, Jr. were involved in a two-vehicle accident. Powers later filed suit against Carruthers and Kentucky Farm Bureau (Farm Bureau), her underinsurance carrier. However, apparently unbeknownst to Powers, Carruthers had died ...
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( 06-24-2022 - KY)

United States of America v. Rudy Guerrero
Lexington, Kentucky criminal defense lawyer represented defendant charged with money laundering. Rudy Guerrero, age 37, was involved in a promotional money laundering scheme, amongst eight defendants, and included criminal activities in Lexington and Chicago, during the conspiracy. According to testimony at trial, Guerrero delivered bulk cash drug proceeds on three separate occasions wi...
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( 06-24-2022 - KY)

Andrew Todd v. Commonwealth of Kentucky
Louisville, Kentucky criminal defense lawyer represented Defendant charged with DUI. On March 1, 2018, Louisville Metro Police were called to investigate a call about an unresponsive individual (later determined to be Todd) in a car parked in the middle of the road in the Valley Station area. Upon arrival, they discovered that Todd had regained consciousness. They then conducted thre...
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( 06-23-2022 - KY)

United States of America v. Dr. Stephanie M. Russell
Louisville, Kentucky criminal defense lawyer represented defendant charged for her role in a murder-for-hire scheme to kill her former husband. Dr. Stephanie M. Russell, 51, used facilities in interstate commerce, specifically telephones, to call and text a person Russell believed she was paying to kill her former husband. In fact, the person Russell was plotting with is employed by the ...
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( 06-23-2022 - KY)

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