LMPD :: Louisville Metro Police Department

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Sorry, no, you are incorrect. He is legally a county official, therefore, he gets a defense from the county attorney (or paid for by the county attorney) in any lawsuit - unless they manage to wiggle out of it. That's in the KRS, actually. (Just like if you shot someone in the line of duty - remember, as the constable, there is no such concept as "off-duty.") If he gets convicted, they might be able to do so. I need to find out who is representing him in the lawsuit.

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