Court docket sees a heavy load for May

Posted May 25, 2016 at 1:54 pm

Disclaimer: The Clinton County Court Report is gathered from court dockets. A defendant who is summoned by order of arrest or criminal summons for charges does not imply guilt for the charges he or she is facing. Guilty verdicts often include court costs and fees, which far exceed the fine itself and are not enumerated in the court report. Failure to appear – Order of arrest charges may be for past charges in which the plaintiff has failed to make timely restitution payments, such as in case of theft by deception including cold checks.

The following is the docket for Clinton District Court held on Tuesday, May 10, 2016.

• David R. Emert, alcohol intoxication is a public place first and second offence. Plea of guilty, $25 fine plus cost.

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    Grand jury charges York with attempted murder

    Posted May 18, 2016 at 6:44 pm

    A Clinton County Grand Jury, convening on Thursday, May 5, indicted at Tennessee man on three counts of Criminal Attempt to Commit Murder and one count of Arson first degree in relation to a fire that destroyed a local resident’s

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    Counting (a few) votes . . .

    Posted May 18, 2016 at 6:43 pm

    Clinton County election officials gathered in the records room of the County Clerk’s office Tuesday morning to begin counting absentee votes that were mailed in for the primary election. Very few races appearing on the ballot for

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    Little Kentucky Derby 2016

    Posted May 11, 2016 at 5:51 pm

    Landon Demmons picked up the first place finish in Lisa Smith’s class with Logan York coming in second in the race. Each kindergarten class at the Early Childhood Center participated in the event with seven winners for

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    Tuesday’s primary ballots will be short

    Posted May 11, 2016 at 5:51 pm

    The 2016 May primary election is coming to Kentucky and Clinton County next Tuesday, May 17 and will see the each twice per year federal races on the ballot. Republicans and Democrats will choose their nominees for president (for Democrat voters only), U.S. Senate and House

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