Mar. 12 & 13, 2014 Ky Supreme Court Oral Argument Calendar With Times, Issues, Counsel and Links to Briefs

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The Supreme Court of Kentucky is set to hear oral arguments in the Capital at Frankfort on March 12 (Wed) and 13 (Thur), 2014.  There are NO civil procedure, tort and insurance area scheduled.

Click here for link for this month’s argument calendar posted at the official pages of the Administrative Office of the Courts (AOC).

Click here for link to table of all monthly calendars at AOC from 2005 to date.

Appellate briefs are posted at the Northern Kentucky University, Salmon P. Chase College of Law (Click here).

If the briefs have been filed at NKU at the time of this post, then they are linked here.  If the briefs were not available on line, THEN  Click here and enter the Supreme Court, Month, and year to pull of the results for the briefs filed in the month you need to search (or the link for those “accepted for oral argument.”)

For Kentucky Supreme Court LIVE argumentsclick here on date and time of argument.  They are not archived, but as always if counsel request a copy of the video and provide it to me, I will post it on the Kentucky Court Report with links to the web site of the counsel providing me the video.  

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12, 2014

9 AM EST
2012-SC-622-DG
COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY, KENTUCKY BOARD OF NURSING V. SULLIVAN UNIVERSITY SYSTEM, INC., ETC., ET AL.

View Case Briefs (PDF – 13.84KB)

Summary: “Administrative Law. Issues include the extent to which courts defer to administrative agencies in interpretation of regulations and retroactive application of regulations.”

Discretionary Review granted 8-21-2013
Jefferson Circuit Court, Judge Olu Alfredo Stevens

Attorneys for Appellant: David Domene, Bryce Lee Cotton, and Tyler Martin Jolley
Attorneys for Appellees: Grover C. Potts, Jr., Mitzi Denise Wyrick, Emily Christine Lamb, Mark Alvin Robinson, Michael A. Valenti, and John Edward Hanley II

10 AM EST
2012-SC-820-DG
KAVANAUGH V. COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY

View Case Briefs (PDF – 13.84KB)

Summary: “Criminal Law. Suppression of Evidence. Terry Search. Search Incident to Arrest. Issues include whether evidence acquired during search incident to arrest that followed allegedly excessive Terry search must be suppressed.”

Discretionary Review granted 8-21-2013
Fayette Circuit Court, Judge Pamela Goodwine

Attorney for Appellant: Robert Chung-Hua Yang
Attorney for Appellee: Courtney J. Hightower

11 AM EST
2013-SC-012-DG
PENNYRILE ALLIED COMMUNITY SERVICES, INC. V. ROGERS

View Case Briefs (PDF – 13.84KB)

Summary: “Employment Law. Retaliation. Whistleblower Act. Issues include whether the protections of the Whistleblower Act apply if the conduct reported by the employee does not touch on a matter of public concern.”

Discretionary Review granted 9-18-2013
Perry Circuit Court, Judge William Engle III

Attorneys for Appellant: Robert Dmitri Bobrow and David Eugene Crittenden
Attorney for Appellee: Anthony James Bucher

THURSDAY, MARCH 13, 2014

10 AM EST
2012-SC-130-MR
ST. CLAIR V. COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY

View Case Briefs (PDF – 13.84KB)

Summary: “Death Penalty”
Hardin Circuit Court, Judge Thomas O. Castlen

Attorneys for Appellant: Susan Jackson Balliet, Samuel N. Potter and Robert Chung-Hua Yang
Attorneys for Appellee: William Robert Long, Jr.

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