Louisville, Kentucky Judge Orders Information & Records Turned Over To The Kentucky Commission On Human Rights
A Jefferson Circuit Court Judge has ordered the City of St. Matthews, Kentucky to respond to a 2008 complaint filed by a former female police officer with the Kentucky Commission on Human Rights. The Human Rights Commission had sought information and a response from the city for nearly 2 years in regards to the complaint filed by the former police officer. The case has been stalled until this information is received and the investigation can continue.
The ruling this week requires the city to produce the information to the Commission within 30 days. From there the investigation into the complaints can move forward.
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