Attorney David Leightty, who represented Goins, acknowledged that nobody should be "intoxicated when you are on the range. Not a wise thing to do."
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In a tweet, Jones said "Mitch McConnell is trying to get KSR taken off the air immediately with this complaint. It's nonsense and I am not even a candidate at this time for office."
"The judge's ruling defies public safety and common sense and we will proceed immediately with the appellate courts," County Attorney Mike O'Connell said in a statement Thursday.
Louisville police continued to point assault rifles at the family “even after it became clear that the Residence was a family household – not a drug dealer’s lair,” according to the suit.
Former officers Brian Stanfield, Todd Roadhouse and Mark Final all pleaded guilty to federal wire fraud charges on Monday. The trio will pay $170,000 in restitution as part of the plea deal.
Spencer will attend an alcohol driver education program, pay a fine and have his license suspended for 30 days. He will not serve any time in jail.
A hearing that could decide Madden's future was set for mid-January.
Former Sgt. Brian Stanfield, former Det. Todd Roadhouse and narcotics detective Mark Final have all been charged by the U.S. Attorney. It is likely the three have already agreed to plea deals.
The law allows some mentally ill defendants to dodge both prison and treatment.
“You can’t reason with them,” said former Judge Sean Delahanty. “Logic -- reason -- is not something they respond to.”