Author Archives: Writer

Guns and More Covered by Weapons Charges

If you’re a fan of the Second Amendment, Kentucky is a great place for you to live—the state has some of the most relaxed gun laws in the nation. As of June 27, 2019, concealed carry is legal in Kentucky without a background check, permit or safety training so long as you’re over 21 and […]

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The Legal Process for Felony Criminal Charges in Kentucky

If you or a loved one has been charged with a felony, it can be one of the scariest times you’ll experience. Most people might not understand the fine differences between felonies, their specific classes and misdemeanors, but they generally know felonies are serious crimes with more severe punishments. In fact, felonies in Kentucky are […]

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Is a Capital Offense Different Than a Felony?

If it’s been awhile since your last criminal justice refresher course, you might be using the terms “capital offense” and “felony” interchangeably. Legally, there’s a significant difference between a felony and a capital offense in Lexington, KY. Capital offenses are, in short, crimes that are punishable by the death penalty, while felonies in Kentucky are […]

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Tips for Making a Will with and Without a Lawyer

Regardless of how wealthy you might be, or how many assets you might own, taking the time to create a legal last will and testament is extremely important. If you haven’t given it some thought, here are some tips for making a will with a lawyer in Lexington, KY, as well as some advice for […]

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Common Workers Compensation Claims

If there’s one thing that seems to be true of almost any manager or boss you’ll encounter, it’s this: their goal is to get the most effort out of you for the least amount of money. That may sound cynical, but anyone who has ever found themselves needing to file a workers compensation claim knows […]

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