Punished at the Polls

Punished at the Polls

An article discussing the political prospects of public defenders and private defense counsel has been making its way around Facebook in the last few days.(Check it out here.) It outlines the problems that defense attorneys face when running for public office. Unfortunately, it seems that party opponents and political action committees are pouncing on the stigma associated with earning a living providing the accused…
Welcome Molly Robertson!

Welcome Molly Robertson!

Kellner Green is pleased to welcome Molly Robertson as our summer law clerk. A native of Louisville, Molly attended Ballard High School. She is a graduate of the University of Louisville with a degree in Communication. While at UofL, Molly was a elected to both the Dean's list and the Dean's Scholars, as well as a participant in the Honors Program. Currently, Molly is…
Give Felons The Opportunity to Invest in their Communities Again

Give Felons The Opportunity to Invest in their Communities Again

As a lover of politics and the legislative process, I have been following closely several bills this legislative session. Perhaps, none so closely as Rep. Jesse Crenshaw’s bill to restore rights to our Commonwealth’s citizens who are convicted felons. Sadly, for those of us who are in support of this bill, it looks like it will not see passage in this year’s legislative session.…
Kellner Green is blogging!

Kellner Green is blogging!

Welcome to the new Kellner Green blog! Our hope is that this blog will keep you updated on the legal issues of the day, provide a place for discussion of local issues effecting lives in and out of the courtroom and hopefully a sprinkle of good humor from time to time. Additionally, it might give you an opportunity to learn a little more about…