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Online payment of court costs, fines expands in Kentucky

People who owe court costs, fines, fees or restitution on eligible cases can now make full or partial payments online.

Restitution returned to Ashland doctor after conviction overturned

The federal government has agreed to return $1.1 million a doctor paid in restitution money after an appeals court overturned his conviction on health care fraud charges.

State: unpaid Kentucky workers will receive more than $1 million

Kentucky's Labor Cabinet says it will return over $1,000,000 to unpaid Kentucky workers.

Beshear finalizing settlements with automaker Fiat Chrysler, auto parts supplier Bosch

Andy Beshear announced that his office is finalizing settlements with Fiat Chrysler and supplier Bosch that will provide restitution to nearly 2,000 Kentuckians.

Former deputy clerk sentenced for stealing funds

Livingston County Circuit Court Clerk sentenced to probation.

Ray the D.A. – restitution

Ray talks with a victim advocate about restitution.

Ex-councilwoman get 3 weeks in jail for fake checks

A former Urban County councilwoman in Lexington was sentenced to three weeks in jail and three years of probation after pleading guilty to crimes related to cashing bogus payroll checks.

Co-owner of Kentucky trucking company sentenced for fraud

A Kentucky woman has been sentenced after she was convicted of defrauding customers of a trucking company she ran with her husband and another business partner.

Daymar to Refund $1.2 Million to Former Kentucky Students

Kentucky's attorney general says thousands of former Daymar College students will begin receiving restitution checks totaling $1.2 million.

AG seeks civil fines against Lexington-based home improvement business

Attorney General Andy Beshear says that his office is seeking civil fines and restitution against American Home Design Inc. and its owner, Jerod Hagen, for alleged violations of the Kentucky Consumer Protection Act.

Former official gets probation on zoning charges after plea

A judge has sentenced former McCracken County Judge-Executive Van Newberry to two years of unsupervised probation and ordered him to pay $13,830.91 in restitution.

Rex Chapman’s sentencing postponed

Rex Chapman, former Kentucky basketball star, had his sentencing postponed until November.

Man sentenced for downloading Child Porn

U.S. District Judge Gregory Van Tatenhove sentenced a man to 13 years in Federal Prison for receiving Child Pornography.

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