Drive Safely

Posted by Lindell Choat on December 12, 2017
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I was attending District Court and had the opportunity to hear testimony in a preliminary hearing. The driver of an automobile was traveling 76 miles per hour in a 70 mile per hour zone. That said, the officer had probable cause to stop the vehicle. Moral to this story is that signs mean what they say. The driver had asked the officer just how fast he could go on a road marked 70 MPH, to

Christmas

Posted by Lindell Choat on December 7, 2017
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As we approach Christmas it occurred to me that the year has passed at lightening speed. 2017 has been a great year, and I would take this opportunity to thank all that have patronized my business! May you each and every one have a great holiday and wonderful new year!

Continuing Legal Education

Posted by Lindell Choat on November 16, 2017
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The past two days I have attended continuing legal education. Although it is mandatory, I gain so much timely insight into the issues others are encountering at the same time, that I would attend without a mandate! The folks I help come from all over the United States and beyond. I am proud to have provided thirty three years of service within my community. Hopefully the education over the past two days will enable me

Economically Challenged

Posted by Lindell Choat on April 6, 2017
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As I ponder the day, and the demands of everyday life, I recognize that in rural western Kentucky we are economically challenged on a daily basis. When life becomes too much for you and your wallet due to unexpected or improvident expenditures, realize that help is just a phone call away. I do bankruptcy every day, and assist those in need of that type service. As I have a business degree underlying my law degree,

Mobile Society

Posted by Lindell Choat on April 5, 2017
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Our mobile society and differences in state law as between the various states give rise to the occasional missteps that occur in life and living. The most acute issue that I observe in the Lyon District Court consists of travelers through our fine county on Interstate 24 committing a minor speeding offense while possessing marijuana that was purchased lawfully. Once you cross state borders, the law of the state you are in will control. Possession