Kentucky Law

Can a Convicted Felon Own a Gun in Kentucky?

Being convicted of a felony in Kentucky has serious consequences. In addition to jail time and fines, a convicted felon cannot legally own a firearm except in a few circumstances. Possession of a firearm by a felony is a felony offense in Kentucky.  A felon convicted of possessing a firearm without their firearm rights being… read more

Is It Illegal To Answer The Door Naked in Lexington?

Our constitutional rights afford us certain liberties in the privacy of our homes. Generally, we have the right to be naked in our homes. However, some situations could possibly violate Kentucky’s indecent exposure laws, including answering the door naked. What Are Kentucky’s Indecent Exposure Laws? Kentucky has two indecent exposure laws that could result in… read more

Is it Legal to Live in a Camper in Your Backyard in Lexington Kentucky?

Is it legal to live in a camper in your backyard in Lexington? Issues like these in Kentucky are governed by the local county code and HOA regulations. The defense lawyers at Suhre & Associates explain what you should know about living in an RV in your yard in this blog. Lexington zoning laws generally… read more

Is It Legal To Drive Barefoot in Kentucky?

The great state of Kentucky has its fair share of driving laws every driver should know about. As with all states, the Bluegrass state has laws about who can drive, how fast a car can go, and how often you need to renew your license.  Other important laws regulate issues such as: Driving while under… read more