Sean Delahanty And The Opioid Crisis Are Discussed In Latest Video

By Matthew Leffler Category: 30th District Court, All News, crime, jail overcrowding, judge, louisville election, opioid, Sean Delahanty, Updates, video
Josh Hartman, a Louisville defense attorney, discusses Sean Delahanty‘s compassion for those who are touched by the opioid crisis.  Delahanty understands the to end the crime we have to address the addiction in our community.  This crisis affects us in jail over crowding and theft and Judge

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KY Justice Secretary Says Out Of Room By 2019

By Category: 2019, District Court, drugs, Featured, hip, home incarceration, jail overcrowding, jails overcrowded, justice, kentucky, News, Sean Delahanty, state
[su_note] Jail Overcrowding Alarm Bells Rung By Matthew Leffler Judge Sean Delahanty has been warning of this dire situation and in the absence of legislation or prosecutorial restraint, we have to find alternatives to the status quo.  Judge Delahanty has worked to keep Louisville’s

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Justice secretary says Kentucky will be out of room for prisoners by 2019

By Matthew Leffler Category: 2019, District Court, drugs, hip, home incarceration, jail overcrowding, jails overcrowded, justice, kentucky, News, Sean Delahanty, state
“Our estimate is that we are out of space — officially out of space. I’m talking about no more use of floors, no double bunking, no more using rec space to house prisoners and inmates. We will be out of space in 2019; that was the number, May of 2019. Now, we think that’s going […]

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