Kentucky Courts Closed Monday

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Updated: 7/30/2012 2:13 pm
        If you want to use court services Monday, you'll have to make other plans.

        The judicial branch of the state government is shutting down August 6th for the first of three furlough days this year.

        This means courthouses will be closed.

        The state is doing it to save money.

        Non-elected court workers will be off work that day without pay.

        Drivers licences, pretrial services, bond processing, and release orders will also be on hold.
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