“This was no car accident,” Assistant Commonwealth's Attorney Ryane Conroy told the jury of nine women and five men. “This was no mistake. This was a crime. … He disregarded the safety of everyone else.”
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“At this point in time, I do think the prudent thing to do is to try to get a jury seated here in Jefferson County,” Judge Ann Bailey Smith said.
“The large and diverse population of Jefferson County bodes well for the seating of a qualified jury in this case,” according to the motion by the Kentucky Attorney General's office.
The attorney for former Louisville Metro police Det. Brett Hankison has asked that his wanton endangerment trial be moved because of a “media circus” that has portrayed Hankison and officers in a “false and negative light."
“There is substantial evidence to conclude that the defendant Mr. Bush has been restored to competency," Judge Annie O'Connell ruled.
Dr. Timothy Allen said that, with medication, Gregory Bush now understands the charges and allegations against him as well as the possible consequences he faces and he has the ability to participate in his own defense.
Also, eviction actions will begin again on Aug. 1, though landlords are required to provide 30 days notice to vacate prior to filing an action for eviction.
A hearing that could decide Madden's future was set for mid-January.
The city has spent nearly $138,000 defending Crystal Marlowe since the suit was filed, according to records provided by the Jefferson County Attorney’s office.