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Courts set slow ‘in-person’ reopening, rules for trials, hearings

The Supreme Court is slowly opening courts starting June 1, but jury trials will be put off at least until August and some potential jurors will be excused for health reasons.

In-person court proceedings halted; ACLU urges inmate release

COVID-19 impact reaches more aspects of daily life.

McConnell now open to high court nomination in election year

WASHINGTON (AP) - Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is leaving the door open to taking up a nomination to the Supreme Court if a...

Family Court Judge Reprimanded for Handling of Divorce Cases

A family court judge in Lexington has been reprimanded for requiring divorcing couples with children to participate in special hearings to determine if their marriages are really irretrievably broken.

Judge allows hearings on status of disability checks

A judge has turned down a request to block hearings on whether hundreds of eastern Kentucky residents will keep federal disability benefits.

Hearings set in 6 states on proposed stream protection rule

Federal regulators plan to hold public hearings in six states on a proposed stream protection rule.

Disability hearings create crush of demand for attorneys

A federal review of 1,500 Social Security benefit awards has created a crushing demand for attorneys in eastern Kentucky.

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