ARGUMENTS: Kentucky Court of Appeals will hear oral arguments Oct. 14 in Murray

FRANKFORT, Ky. — The Kentucky Court of Appeals will hear oral arguments in two cases Tuesday, Oct. 14, at the Calloway County Judicial Building in Murray. Proceedings will be open to the public.

A three-judge panel consisting of Court of Appeals Chief Judge Sara Walter Combs and Court of Appeals Judges Donna L. Dixon and Jeff S. Taylor will hear oral arguments starting at 11 a.m. CDT in the Family Courtroom at the judicial building, which is located at 312 N. 4th St.

The cases are on appeal from circuit courts in Graves and McCracken counties.

A case docket containing summaries of the cases is below.

Click on October for the entire calendar of arguments for Oct.

MURRAY DOCKET

Tuesday, Oct. 14, 2008

11 AM     2007CA000774
               WESLEY MILLS ET AL. v. BRADLEY MILLS ET AL.

Summary: Civil. Issue is whether Circuit Court erred by entering summary judgment in favor of appellee, determining that the partnership was not subject to partition under KRS 381.135.

Graves County judge who ruled in the case – Judge Timothy C. Stark

Appellants’ attorney: J. Todd Elmore

Appellees’ attorney: David L. Hargrove

1:30 PM     2007CA002502
                  KY LICENSING BOARD FOR SPECIALISTS IN HEARING INSTRUMENTS
                  v. ARTHUR AZAR

Summary: Civil. Issue is whether Circuit Court erred by reversing the board’s order reprimanding the appellant.

McCracken County judge who ruled in the case – Judge R. Jeffrey Hines

Appellant’s attorney: Mark Brengelman

Appellee’s attorney: Glenn D. Denton

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