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Lawyer surprised by pick of Kavanaugh questioner

A Phoenix area attorney who specializes in sex abuse cases and once worked for prosecutor Rachel Mitchell says he is surprised she was picked to pose questions.

Prosecutor wants 5 to 10 years for Cosby

Prosecutors are asking a judge to sentence Bill Cosby to five to 10 years in prison for drugging and sexually assaulting a woman at his suburban Philadelphia home.

UPDATE: Woman pleads guilty in deadly DUI crash

A woman responsible for the 2016 deaths of a Louisville police detective and a University of Kentucky employee pleaded guilty Friday, according to court records. 

Beshear chooses former prosecutor to join AG’s staff

Kentucky's attorney general has chosen a former prosecutor to join his staff.

Lawyer says attack on Sen. Paul not political

The county prosecutor in the case against a man accused of assaulting U.S. Sen. Rand Paul says criminal charges may be changed because of the severity of the lawmaker's injuries.

Kentucky county prosecutor indicted on organized crime

A Kentucky prosecutor has been indicted on organized-crime and other charges that could send her to prison for up to 30 years.

Longtime prosecutor appointed circuit judge in Kentucky

A longtime prosecutor in western Kentucky has been appointed by Gov. Matt Bevin to serve as a circuit judge in a four-county circuit.

Prosecutors appeal dismissal of doctor’s fraud conviction

Prosecutors are appealing the reversal of a Kentucky doctor's health care fraud conviction.

Prosecutor says Louisville police fatal shooting justified

A prosecutor says Kentucky police officers who fatally shot a man wielding a saw were justified in using deadly force.

Beshear appoints special prosecutor for Longmeyer case

Democratic Attorney General Andy Beshear has appointed a special prosecutor to handle the case against his former deputy.

Prosecutor: Man choked 87-year-old woman, cut her throat

A prosecutor says a Kentucky man posed as a repairman to get into an 87-year-old Ohio woman's house, then shocked her with a stun gun, choked her and cut her throat.

Ohio prosecutor says man indicted in apartment stabbings

A southwest Ohio prosecutor says a 20-year-old man has been indicted on murder charges in a stabbing attack that killed one man and wounded four children in a suburban Cincinnati apartment.

Prosecutor fired after disparaging remarks come to light

An assistant county attorney who was suspended without pay after making fun of crime victims, women and others in court has now been fired.

Prosecutor suspended due to discriminatory remarks

An assistant county attorney who previously received a reprimand for deriding Korean-Americans as "foreigners" has been suspended without pay.

Madison Co. shooting case to be handled by Fayette Commonwealth’s Attorney

Fayette Commonwealth's Attorney Ray Larson has been selected as prosecutor in a Madison Co. shooting case in which a Lexington man was allegedly shot by police.

US Attorney In Kentucky Confirmed As Federal Judge

The U.S. Senate confirmed David J. Hale to a seat on the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Kentucky.

Louisville prosecutor fired after court outburst

A Jefferson County prosecutor has been fired after a judge deemed behavior in court "inappropriate."

Prosecutor weighing new trial of jockey Albarado

A Louisville prosecutor is weighing whether to once again prosecute Hall of Fame jockey Robby Albarado on a domestic assault charge.

Prosecutor: No Charges In Shooting Death Of 2-Year-Old

A Cumberland County prosecutor says he will not press criminal charges in the death of a 2-year-old girl who was shot by her 5-year-old brother with his own gun.

Former Prosecutor Charged In Deadly Crash Pleads Not Guilty

In Wayne County, former assistant county attorney Roderick Tejeda pleaded not guilty in connection to a car crash that left a woman dead.

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