The tragedy of the Carrollton bus crash of 1998 led Kentucky to increase the consequences for drunk driving significantly. However, Kentucky still ranks as one of the states with the highest rates of DUIs in the country.
A recent study indicated that drivers across the country are already 10 percent more distracted than they were in 2018. Unfortunately, many preventable accidents involve high school students or teenage drivers. According to the AAA, more than one in four teen drivers reported texting while driving in just the past 30 days.
Divorce is difficult, and one of the most difficult portions of the process is the hearing. Even if the negotiations between spouses go swimmingly, a hearing before the court is necessary and the couple’s faults and failures are laid bare.
Last spring. Gov. Matt Bevin signed a law that made Kentucky one of the first states to require each divorce hearing to start with the presumption of 50-50 co-parenting.