What did police and city officials know about officers allegedly sexually abusing scouts, and when did they know it? And, perhaps most importantly, what did they do about it?
The motion asks a judge to order Mayor Fischer's office to release the report and all documents, recorded interviews and other materials created during the investigation.
The decision comes in the wake of Danny Alvarez's sudden death.
Graphic body cam footage was released of the shooting on Golden Turtle Circle on June 21, 2017.
The Fischer administration, citing attorney-client privilege, blacked out the names of other people Kerry Harvey interviewed – presumably even including Louisville Metro Police Chief Steve Conrad.
In its ruling, the Kentucky high court found the state's current law to be “an outdated test for ascertaining intellectually disability."
“The death of Inmate James Embry occurred as the result of a systemic failure at the Kentucky State Penitentiary involving many interacting issues,” the Department of Corrections investigation concluded.
“It’s clear that Mr. McLeod had extensive contact with Mr. Greenwell about the case while he represented another party who was potentially adverse to him,” Lambert argued. “This is so dangerous and so profound.”
The ruling means the program run by County Attorney Mike O'Connell can continue.
An attorney argued the alleged victims were juveniles when the assaults occurred, and their "privacy interests clearly outweigh the necessity to reveal" the names to the public.
A Circuit Court judge has ordered U of L to turn over the documents former President James Ramsey and consultant Chuck Smrt used to ban the men's basketball team from 2016 postseason play.
Commonwealth's Attorney Thomas Wine said Stumler "accidentally ... pulled the trigger" when she shot Warrick while attempting to turn on a flashlight mounted on her weapon.
Veiled racism. Allegations of covering up the sexual abuse of teens by Louisville Metro Police. Forcing employees to make campaign contributions – or be fired.
A judge ordered Heimbach to jail for violating his probation on a conviction for physically harassing a woman during a protest at a 2016 rally for then-presidential candidate Donald Trump in Louisville.
After a woman told police in the small Bullitt County city of Hillview in September that she had been raped, a detective took the her to the home of the man accused in the sexual assault. That man was D.J. Reynolds, the chief of police in another small city in the county, Pioneer Village.