Issues presented include the constitutionality of House Bill 1, Senate Bill 1, Senate Bill 2, and House Joint Resolution 77 from the 2021 General Assembly session, and whether the governor has standing to file suit to challenge the legislation by filing suit for declaratory relief. Oral arguments heard on June 10, 2021.
Issues presented include the governor’s authority to issue executive orders related to recently enacted House Bill 1, Senate Bill 1, Senate Bill 2, and House Joint Resolution 77 from the 2021 General Assembly session. Oral arguments heard on June 10, 2021.
In an original action, which began in circuit court regarding the enforceability of a district court suppression of blood test results, issues involve the validity of a Spanish-speaking arrestee’s consent after KRS 189A warnings were read to him in English. Oral arguments heard on June 9, 2021.
Issues in this case, arising out of the death of a seven-year-old boy by drowning in a residential swimming pool at his baseball team practice including also a cookout and swimming all hosted at the home of one of the team coaches, involve the scope of duty and any breach of duty as well as the propriety of summary judgment for the homeowners as affirmed by the Court of Appeals panel. Oral arguments heard on June 9, 2021.
When a defendant is on probation in County A, commits new crimes in County B, and is sentenced, incarcerated, and paroled on the new crimes in County B before the court in County A conducts a revocation hearing, must the court in County A run its previously probated sentence concurrent with the paroled sentence from County B. Oral arguments heard on June 9, 2021.
At issue is whether a horse-drawn buggy was a “trailer of any type” under policy language and whether the policy provided uninsured motorist coverage for a collision between the insured’s vehicle and a horse-drawn buggy. Oral arguments heard on April 22, 2021.
Keeneland Association, Inc. v. Roy J. Prather, et al.; Sallee Horse Vans, Inc. v. Roy J. Prather, et al.
Issues involve whether the Court of Appeals erred in finding that the immunity afforded by the Farm Animals Activity Act did not apply when the injuries claimed occurred during a “horse racing activity.” A second issue is whether the exclusion of immunity applies to claims against both Keeneland and Sallee Horse Vans. Oral arguments heard on April 22, 2021.
Issues involve whether a prisoner, all charges against whom ultimately were dismissed unconditionally, bears responsibility for a county jailer’s bill of over $4,000 for fees associated with his confinement for nearly 14 months. Oral arguments heard on April 21, 2021.
Issues include application of “law of the case” and the propriety of the Court of Appeals’ review only for manifest injustice because of appellant’s counsel’s filing of a brief in that court failing to comply with CR 76.12 and prior court orders. Oral arguments heard on April 21, 2021.