Criminal Law

Suhre & Associates Hires Former Prosecutor

In addition to expanding our base of operations by opening a Lexington office last October, the firm now adds former prosecutor Jacob Elder to the Louisville roster, who spent three years in the Jefferson County Attorney’s DUI department. Nathan Miller, managing attorney for the Louisville office, says Elder brings a lot to the position. “He’s… read more

Suhre & Associates Expand Lexington Office

Our firm is expanding our base of operations to include offices in downtown Lexington at 333 W. Vine Street, Suite 300. With the addition of the Lexington location, as well as established offices in Cincinnati, Louisville, Indianapolis, Dayton, Columbus and Akron, our firm continues to grow as a leader in quality legal representation to clients… read more

Driving Deaths and Manslaughter During COVID-19

In the United States, car accidents are the cause of dozens of deaths every day. If the driver gets into an accident that kills another person, the driver may be charged with vehicular manslaughter. If the vehicle operator was driving in a negligent or reckless manner, that person may be charged with vehicular manslaughter or… read more

Celebrate America Safely

On Independence Day, many Americans will come together to celebrate the birth of our nation. Millions will find themselves firing up the grill in their backyard, hanging by the pool or maybe even on a beach. While COVID-19 has definitely impacted big events and gatherings across the nation, the reopening phases of restaurants and beaches… read more

The History of the Sixth and Fourteenth Amendments and Your Rights

It is very important to understand your rights and what each amendment means so that you can protect yourself against law enforcement officer acting illegally. The sixth and fourteenth amendments provide information regarding your rights in a criminal trial. The Sixth Amendment states “In all criminal prosecutions, the accused shall enjoy the right . . . to… read more

What Could COVID-19 Mean For Your Case?

Below please review stay at home orders for Kentucky, Ohio and Indiana. Kentucky On Thursday, March 12, 2020, in response to the growing threat of COVID-19 (“coronavirus”), Chief Justice John D. Minton issued this order, effectively shutting down all Kentucky Courts. Governor of Kentucky, Andy Beshear, issued an updated Executive Order. There is no set… read more

Don’t Drink and Drive on New Year’s Eve. Let Suhre & Associates Get You Home Safely

Suhre & Associates is helping keep roads safe this New Year’s Eve holiday with their “I’ll Drive” campaign. You drink. We drive. You win. New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day marks the end of the old year and the beginning of a new year. The estimated 92% of adults who celebrate this holiday can… read more

Kentucky’s New Revenge Porn Law

Effective July 14, 2018, it is now a crime in Kentucky to post online “private erotic matter” (video, photographs, etc.) of another person without their written consent, if the intent is to “harm, harass, intimidate, threaten, or coerce” that person, and he or she would suffer harm as a result. This new law can be… read more

Kentucky’s Age of Consent

KY’S Age of Sexual Consent New Law Effective July 14, 2018 The legal age of consent in Kentucky is 16. Generally speaking, sixteen (16) years old is the age of consent in Kentucky, meaning that anyone under the age of sixteen (16) is deemed, by law, to be incapable of consenting to a sexual act…. read more

Plea Bargain? Bench Trial? Or Jury Trial?

Have you been recently charged with a crime? Have you hired an attorney? Now the prosecutor has offered you a plea bargain and you don’t know if you should take the deal or go to trial. This is a tough spot to be in, and only you can make that decision. However, the attorneys at… read more