Kentucky law allows victims with Kentucky Domestic Violence Orders (DVOs) to be notified if the person their protective order is against (respondent) tries to buy a gun or similar weapon.Federal law, commonly known as the Brady Bill, prevents certain people with Domestic Violence Orders against them from buying or having guns or similar weapons.The offender is then subject to being charged with a Class D felony for the first offense and a Class C felony for each subsequent offense.Registered sex offenders report their address to the Department of Corrections prior to their release from prison, or the Division of Probation & Parole upon being assigned probation or moving in from another state.On 12 March 2016, the web site Despite being legal in the United States since 1967, Kentucky Republicans are trying to turn back the clock on interracial marriage by allowing discrimination against interracial couples.A bill moving forward in the Kentucky Senate would give private businesses and public institutions the right to discriminate against basically anyone they want to as long as they hide behind their Bibles when they do it.
If an offender decides to move, he/she must report the address change to the local Probation & Parole office on an address change form prior to actually moving.
A vaguely worded bill (SB180) proposes expanded protections for Kentucky residents seeking to deny services based on sincerely held religious beliefs.
Kentucky has banned (or is attempting to ban) interracial marriages.
Every person needs to evaluate the cost of a divorce.
However, the results of a bad judgment or bad settlement can stay with a person for a long time, and in worst-case scenarios for the rest of your life.