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Committee To Elect Sean Delahanty
C/O Dolores Delahanty
1501 Iroquois Parkway
Louisville, KY 40214
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502-931-3593
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campaign@louisvilleelection.com

sean@louisvilleelection.com – Judge Sean Delahanty

dolores@louisvilleelection.com – Campaign Manager

matthew@louisvilleelection.com – Technical

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The current 2018 Jefferson County District Court Judges in Louisville, KY’s 30th District are
Division 1: Annette Karem
Division 2: Amber B. Wolf
Division 3: Sandra L. McLaughlin
Division 4: Todd Hollenbach
Division 5: Jennifer Leibson
Division 6: Sean R. Delahanty
Division 7: Jennifer Bryant Wilcox
Division 8: David P. Bowles
Division 9: Andre L. Bergeron
Division 10: Sara Michael Nicholson
Division 11: Jessica Moore
Division 12: Eric Haner
Division 13: Anne Delahanty
Division 14: Stephanie Pearce Burke
Division 15: Anne Haynie
Division 16: Katie King
Division 17: Erica Lee Williams

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    What is Arraignment Court

    An arraignment in Arraignment Court is a court proceeding at which a criminal defendant is formally advised of the charges against him and is asked to enter a plea to the charges. In many states, the court may also decide at arraignment whether the defendant will be released pending trial.

    The Arraignment Process

    Arraignment is the initial court hearing whereby a person charged with a crime is advised of his or her criminal charges. Additionally, the person will be advised of his or her constitutional rights and their first pre-trial or probable cause hearing date. The court will set bond and any accompanying conditions. For example, someone may be released on his or her own recognizance (R.O.R.) but prohibited from contact with the alleged victim or place of the violation. Those defendants with some form of suspended or probated sentences may also expect to be served with written notice of the prosecutor’s intent to seek revocation of that jail sentence. For those facing felony charges who are not released or do not post bond, the prosecutor must provide a preliminary or probable cause hearing on or before the 10th day after arraignment, excluding weekends and holidays. Those individuals who are charged with a felony and released from jail are entitled to a probable cause hearing within 20 days of their arraignment, again excluding weekends and holidays.
    If the person is in custody, his or her arraignment will be held at the Louisville Metro Department of Corrections. You will not be permitted inside the secure courtroom; however, the court has set up a room for relatives and interested parties to watch the arraignment on a closed-circuit two-way television system. When your friend or loved one appears before the judge, you may appear at a lectern that has a two-way camera with the judge. The judge may ask you questions regarding the defendant’s living arrangements, ties to the community, employment and other information the court may be interested in securing to determine an appropriate bond or conditions for release.

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    Complete list of candidates for District Court Judges in Louisville.  Voters will pick one candidate per division.  Sean Delahanty is the District Court Judge in Division Six.  Division six candidates are in bold below.  Candidates who filed for District Court with the Secretary of State’s office were:

    Louisville District Court Candidates
    Annette Karem 1804 Aberdeen Drive
    Louisville, KY 40205
    District Judge 30th/1st Nonpartisan
    Amber B. Wolf 317 Winton Ave.
    Louisville, KY 40206
    District Judge 30th/2nd Nonpartisan
    Tracy Davis 3701 Terrace Hills Drive, #203
    Louisville, KY 40245
    District Judge 30th/3rd Nonpartisan
    Kristina Garvey 3713 Hillsboro Rd.
    Louisville, KY 40207
    District Judge 30th/3rd Nonpartisan
    L. J. “Todd” Hollenbach IV. 317 Jarvis Lane
    Louisville, KY 40207
    District Judge 30th/4th Nonpartisan
    Julie Kaelin 1404 Debarr Street
    Louisville, KY 40204
    District Judge 30th/4th Nonpartisan
    Jennifer H. Leibson 7607 Old Orchard Ct.
    Louisville, KY 40222
    District Judge 30th/5th Nonpartisan
    Sean R. Delahanty 1381 Tyler Park Drive
    Louisville, KY 40204
    District Judge 30th/6th Nonpartisan
    Lisa L. Langford 6601 Ken Carla Drive
    Prospect, KY 40059
    District Judge 30th/6th Nonpartisan
    Jennifer Bryant Wilcox 1104 Colonel Anderson Parkway
    Louisville, KY 40222
    District Judge 30th/7th Nonpartisan
    David Paul Bowles 3629 Kelly Way
    Louisville, KY 40220
    District Judge 30th/8th Nonpartisan
    Daniel “Danny” Alvarez 2326 Stannye Drive
    Louisville, KY 40222
    District Judge 30th/9th Nonpartisan
    Tanisha Ann Hickerson 4618 Wooded Oak Circle
    Louisville, KY 40245
    District Judge 30th/9th Nonpartisan
    Sara Michael Nicholson 302 Coralberry Road
    Louisville, KY 40207
    District Judge 30th/10th Nonpartisan
    Jessica Ann Moore 3044 Bardstown Rd.
    #109
    Louisville, KY 40205
    District Judge 30th/11th Nonpartisan
    Eric Haner 2047 Sherwood Ave.
    Louisville, KY 40205
    District Judge 30th/12th Nonpartisan
    Anne Delahanty 2863 Regan Road
    Louisville, KY 40206
    District Judge 30th/13th Nonpartisan
    Stephanie Pearce Burke 212 Bellemeade Road
    Louisville, KY 40222
    District Judge 30th/14th Nonpartisan
    Anne Haynie P.O. Box 262
    Prospect, KY 40059
    District Judge 30th/15th Nonpartisan
    Katie King 3400 Dutchmans Lane
    Louisville, KY 40205
    District Judge 30th/16th Nonpartisan
    Erica Lee Williams 11106 Rock Bend Way
    Louisville, KY 40241
    District Judge 30th/17th Nonpartisan

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    District Court is divided into Divisions.  All voters vote in all divisions and each of the numbered divisions serve all of Louisville.

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    Kentucky District Courts are trial courts of limited jurisdiction in Kentucky. Matters heard by the district courts include city and county ordinance violations, juvenile matters, traffic offenses, misdemeanors, probate, preliminary felony hearings, small claims and civil cases involving $4,000 or less. Along with the family courts, the district courts hear cases of domestic violence. Appeals may be heard by the Kentucky Circuit Courts.
    There are 60 judicial districts in Kentucky, served by 116 judges. These judges are chosen in nonpartisan elections and serve four-year terms. In the event of midterm vacancies, the governor may appoint a replacement from a list of candidates recommended by the Kentucky Judicial Nominating Commission.
    Jefferson County is the 30th district in Kentucky.  The 30th District is divided into divisions. Sean Delahanty is the Division Six Judge and was first elected in 1989.

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