An Oldham County High School principal is on paid leave after being charged with driving under the influence and reckless driving. Though she will take one week off to address personal issues, she will remain employed with the board of education while charges are pending. Her continued employment will be decided pending the outcome of this incident.
As Louisville is the largest and most popular city in Kentucky, it is also the most dangerous for drivers. So many busy and accident-prone roads intersect with each other and bring the heavy traffic and road obstacles with them.
A common misconception is that you must go to a big city firm to get the best attorney for your personal injury. These firms in major cities have had a significant amount of exposure to the public to give you a good idea of how they operate. Whenever you see a legal show on television, chances are the firm is in a huge office or tucked in some of the scummy parts of the city.
A 33-year-old Louisville woman has been charged with assault with minor injury and cruelty to animals. The victim had just finished walking her dog and was getting into her grandmother's vehicle when the woman grabbed her by her hair from behind and threw her to the ground. She was hit repeatedly in the head with fists and with the door of the vehicle.