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What are you waiting for??

  Did you make a mistake in your past that haunts you to this day?  Do you cringe every time your record is checked for employment or financial assistance?  Well, July 15th could be the day you have been waiting for... House Bill 40 was recently passed by Kentucky legislature and signed into law by…
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I was arrested, now what?!?!?!

You've just made bail and been given a court date for your arraignment, now what do you do? Once those jail doors open and you are released it may feel like the worst is over, but in actuality your court case has only just begun. Do you know what is expected of you while out…
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Motion Practice Matters, Part 1

Fact Pattern:  Two girls sitting in their own apartment smoking marijuana.  Neighbor calls dispatch complaining of the smell, police respond, enter the apartment, and confiscate marijuana and paraphernalia.  Both girls get charged with Possession of Marijuana and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Issue:  Did police have legal authority to enter the apartment and confiscate the evidence?…
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Guest Blog Post – Sherrie Martin

Sherrie Martin joined our team early this summer as an intern.  We have loved having her with us this summer - and appreciate all the hard work she put in.  For this week's blog, I asked Sherrie to sum up her experience interning with Wills Law Office, a criminal defense practice in Shelbyville and central…
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Meet Sherrie!

Meet Sherrie Martin, our summer intern and assistant. Sherrie is a Senior at the University of Louisville studying Political Science and Communication. She grew up in Shelbyville, Kentucky where she attended Shelby County High School. When she is not studying for the LSAT, she enjoys horseback riding and baking. Like Amanda, she is a member…
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NEW OFFICE LOCATION: As of May 1, 2015, Wills Law Office has relocated to 301 Washington Street in Shelbyville, Kentucky.  We are located in the Stanley-Casey house, the former home of Kentucky's 38th governor Augustus O. Stanley (1867-1958). The house was erected in circa 1814--1818.  It served as Professor Scearce's Academy, a school for boys…
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