2017 BRR NCAA Pool!

BRR Law's NCAA Picks!

A long-running BRR tradition — the BRR NCAA Bracket Pool — is now LIVE for 2017!

The winner takes 70% of the total, 2nd place gets 20% and third takes 10%!

ENTRIES ARE CLOSED! GOOD LUCK TO EVERYONE WHO ENTERED!

Go here to see the current standings. If you don’t see your bracket listed it might be because we have so many entries that they are not showing up on the standings page. If you want to make sure that your bracket is in the pool and you don’t see it listed, just give us a call or e-mail and we will check for you.

Pay your $5/per bracket entry fee: Use the button below … Continue reading “2017 BRR NCAA Pool!”

2016 BRR NCAA Bracket Pool is HERE!

BRR Law's NCAA Picks!

A long-running BRR tradition — the BRR NCAA Bracket Pool — is now LIVE for 2016!

The winner takes 70% of the total, 2nd place gets 20% and third takes 10%!

ENTRIES ARE NOW CLOSED!

Go here to check out the rules of the pool, and click HERE to check the current standings.

Pay your $5/per bracket entry fee: Click here to pay via PayPal with a credit card, or drop off cash or check to our office at 300 W Short St.

If you have any questions or problems, just shoot Guy an e-mail at guy@brr-law.com or give him a call at 859-259-0727.

Good luck! Go cats!

There’s always next year, amirite?

Bevin urges lawmakers to allow some felonies to be expunged

Reprinted from Kentucky.com: http://www.kentucky.com/news/local/article53335615.html

BY ADAM BEAM, Associated Press

Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin, AP Photo/Timothy D. Easley

Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin, AP Photo/Timothy D. Easley

Rebecca Collett was addicted to drugs and spent nearly two years in prison, but after she got clean, she says she could not find a job, a place to live or even get accepted into college.

Her felony conviction scared away opportunities because of the legal liabilities associated with hiring or admitting felons. Collet is … Continue reading “Bevin urges lawmakers to allow some felonies to be expunged”

Gallery Hop: Home for the Holidays

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Hope that everyone had Happy Holidays and a good New Year! Friend of the firm Billy Douglas has a photography exhibition at the City Gallery, which will be a featured location for Gallery Hop on January 15th. Come check it out!

Defending the Haddens: Why This is Important to All Americans

Photo by Steve Hebert, New York Times for http://bit.ly/1PiXZt6

Photo by Steve Hebert, New York Times for http://bit.ly/1PiXZt6

In May of 2008, William Jerry Hadden and his son Jamey Hadden — owners of two Cardinal Valley apartment complexes — were charged with harboring 60 illegal immigrants in KY and “encouraging” them to stay in the United States. The federal government was using the harboring law in such a way as to twist its meaning and intent. The objective was to imprison the Haddens, take their property and destroy their lives simply to make them an example to the American people!

Jerry Hadden hired Tucker Richardson and Russell Baldani, both founding partners at Baldani, Rowland & Richardson, to defend … Continue reading “Defending the Haddens: Why This is Important to All Americans”