1026. Oral trust and real property.
Bickett v. Cecil
1031. Criminal Law. Motion to suppress. DNA. Discovery violations.
Terry v. Commonwealth of Kentucky
1032. Civil Procedure. Torts. Reversed & remanded default judgment for slip and fall at Campbell House in Lexington .
HP Hotel Management v. Layne
1035. Workers Compensation. Reversed and remanded ALJ decision that Overstreet’s permanent partial disability benefits terminate when he reaches normal old-age Social Security retirement age pursuant to Kentucky Revised Statute (KRS) 342.730(4)
Overstreet v. American Printing House for the Blind
1036. Family Law. Vacated DVO and remanded to family court for full evidentiary hearing.
Allen v. Gueltzow
Selected cases that were not designated for publication in tort, insurance and civil law. None.
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