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Emergency Protective Orders
Kentucky law has long allowed a person who is the victim of “domestic violence” to seek a protective order. This order can require the “abuser” to vacate a shared residence, to have no contact with the “victim”, to restrict the places the abuser can visit and place the offender on a global positioning devic...
Leadership Kentucky Selects Class of 2015
Founded in 1984, the Board of Directors of one of the oldest and most successful statewide leadership programs in the United States announces its 30th class. Fifty-Five (55) participants were chosen from communities across the commonwealth, including our own, Kenton County Attorney, Stacy H. Tapke. To view the full list of participants, click...
New Booster Seat Law Goes Into Effect
The 2015 General Assembly passed new legislation that will increase the age and height requirements for child booster seats. This new state law is aimed to increase the safety for children riding in motor vehicles. The new law will require children to remain in a booster seat until they are at least eight (8) years old and fifty seven (57) inches ...
Kenton County Government Academy Graduates
The 9th Annual Kenton County Government Academy had twenty-four students that graduated April 6, 2015, in a ceremony held at the Edgewood Senior Center. State Representative Arnold Simpson addressed the group, along with Keynote Speaker Professor Phillip Sparkes of Chase Law School. Kenton County Attorney Stacy Tapke, who chairs the Academy each ...
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