Oral Arguments for Week of Feb. 26 – 27, 2007

NO SCOKY ARGUMENTS

COA ARGUMENTS

Feb. 26, 2007 at Hardin County Justice Center in Elizabethtown

  • 1:00 pm
    IVAN JUDD ET AL. VS BANK OF MARSHALL COUNTY
    Breach of Contract; Appeal from Order Granting Summary Judgment.
  • 1:45 pm
    ALLAN KLEET VS VICKI KLEET (NOW COOPER)
    Dissolution of Marriage; Tracing of Assets; Marital and Non-marital Property.

Feb. 27, 2007 at Jefferson County Judicial Center, Louisville

  • 9:30 am
    MITCHELL METZINGER VS KENTUCKY RETIREMENT SYSTEMS ET AL.
    An Appeal from an Order Which Upheld a Decision of the Kentucky Retirement Systems to
    Reduce Appellant’s Disability Retirement Benefits.
  • 10:15 am
    JOHN JENKINS VS COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY
    Appeal from Jury Verdicts Convicting Jenkins of Sexual Abuse First Degree and Indecent
    Exposure, Claiming Various Trial Errors.
  • 11:00 am
    THE WESSELS COMPANY, LLC ET AL. VS THE SANITATION DISTRICT NO.
    1 OF NORTHERN KENTUCKY ET AL.
    Appeal from Partial Summary Judgment for Sanitation District on Appellants’ Claim That Krs Chapter 220 Does Not Authorize Sanitation District to Manage Municipal Separate Storm Water Sewers or Permit a Storm Water Surcharge. Primary Issues Are Whether District Exceeded Statutory Limitations on its Authority and Lacked Authority to Levy Surcharge.
  • 1:00 pm
    TRICIA BOLES ET AL. VS COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY ET AL.
    State Forest Rangers Seek to Compel the Environmental Protection Cabinet to Designate Their Positions as Hazardous for the Calculation of Retirement Benefits. They Appeal from a
    Judgment Holding That the Personnel Board Lacks Authority to Compel the Cabinet and That The Cabinet Had Not Abused its Discretion by Denying the Designation Request.
  • 1:45 pm
    DENNIS DICKMAN VS LEXINGTON-FAYETTE URBAN COUNTY GOVERNMENT ET AL.
    Former Lexington Fire Fighter Claims That He Was Wrongfully Discharged Without Statutorily Required Due Process. He Was Discharged During His Probationary Period, but Contends That Lfucg Ordinances, upon Which the Trial Court Relied to Dismiss His Suit, Do Not Remove Probationers from the Statutory Protections.

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