Attorney Michael Bouldin describes Castle Doctrine, Stand Your Ground Law and limitations on shooting people just because they are on your property.
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Is Marijuana Legal in Kentucky?
N. Ky. criminal defense attorney exposes myths about Gov. Beshear’s Executive Order and legislation about possession of Marijuana in Kentucky.
Do Attorneys Charge for Consultations?
Experienced attorney Michael Bouldin discusses retainer agreements and consultation fees in this blog.
Experienced Attorney With Executives and Physicians Getting Divorced
Michael Bouldin has a significant history handling financially complex divorce cases with varying investments and compensation packages.
Medical Marijuana in Kentucky
Criminal defense attorney Michael Bouldin discusses Kentucky Governor’s Executive Order which allows possession of marijuana for medicinal purposes in the Commonwealth.
Defending Traffic Tickets
Northern Kentucky criminal defense attorney Michael Bouldin discusses benefits of using a lawyer even with charged with a traffic violation.
Northern Kentucky Criminal and Family Law SuperLawyers
Attorney Michael Bouldin provides overview the Northern Kentucky Super Lawyers practicing criminal defense and family/divorce law. Super Lawyers announces top 5% of lawyers annually as selected by patented process.
Expunge – Start New Year With a Clean Record
Criminal Defense attorney Michael Bouldin discusses benefits of expungement of criminal record in Kentucky. May be eligible for misdemeanor and felony convictions. Start off New Year with a clean criminal record!
Black Friday DUI Weekend
DUI Attorney Michael Bouldin discusses next steps of you were charged with DUI or OVI during this holiday weekend. Black Friday and small business Saturday charges and deals.
Gift a Divorce
Divorce attorney Michael Bouldin discusses the idea of helping a family member with payment of retainer or other legal fees as alternative to traditional gift. Unique gifts show caring and legal representation can benefit families going through a divorce.