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Social Security Fraud Panic May Lead to Social Media Monitoring

It has long been the thought of many politicians and others that many residents of Kentucky and other states apply for Social Security payments based on a disability that either does not exist or, at best, has been greatly exaggerated.

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Forfeiture: An Additional Consequence for Drug Crimes

While it oftentimes does not get as much press, in addition to other possible penalties, someone who is suspected of breaking Kentucky's drug laws also faces the prospect of what is called a civil forfeiture.

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What Can Happen if I Am Accused of DUI After a Fatal Crash?

A previous post talked about how a young man and one-time college student at a major Kentucky university is now facing serious charges in connection with a crash that left a four-year-old dead.

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Former College Student Now Facing Homicide Charges

An eighteen-year-old man who at one time was a student at the University of Kentucky has now been charged with reckless homicide. The charge comes months after the man allegedly struck and ultimately killed a four-year-old boy with a vehicle.

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A First-Time Domestic Violence Charge Must Be Taken Seriously

People in Jackson, Kentucky, probably know that family quarrels can get heated. Spouses and significant others may say things they don't mean and behave in ways they would never dream of behaving in front of a stranger or those outside of their family circle.

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Winning an Administrative Hearing Isn't Easy

It is a sad reality that many applicants for Social Security benefits, even when they are truly disabled and definitely need the help, wind up having their requests denied at the outset. When this happens, a Jackson, Kentucky, resident's only option will likely be to ask for a hearing before an administrative law judge for a reconsideration hearing.

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One Can Still Drive Drunk and Be Under .08

A previous post on this blog suggested that victims of a drunk driver in Kentucky and elsewhere have legal options available to them for obtaining compensation. In the right type of case, a victim may even be able to obtain punitive damages. Particularly, during this holiday season when people may be more likely to get behind the wheel after a few drinks, it is important for Kentucky residents to be aware drunk driving is not always synonymous with driving over the legal limit of .08 blood alcohol content, although this of course is dangerous behavior as well.

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Woman Arrested on Warrants Facing New Charge

According to reports, authorities in Berea, which is not too far from Jackson, Kentucky, arrested a woman and wound up accusing her of possessing methamphetamine.

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We Offer a Variety of Services to Those Accused of DUI

For anyone, but especially for a Jackson, Kentucky resident who has never been through it before, it can be scary to get pulled over by a law enforcement officer for a DUI investigation.

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Two Arrested in Connection with Meth Bust

Two men from a different part of Kentucky are facing serious criminal charges after police conducted an investigation pertaining to methamphetamine. Police have indicated that they plan to make additional arrests in connection with their investigation. Federal authorities were also involved in the arrests.

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