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Judge sens HIP back to Detention Center

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By Thomas Barr

 SHEPHERDSVILLE - The operation of the Home Incarceration Program will be returned to the management of the Bullitt County jailer.

At least until the merits of the case can be heard.

Bullitt Circuit Judge Rodney Burress has ruled that the temporary injunction sought by jailer Martha Knox was justified and that the operation of the incarceration program would be shifted from the sheriff's office to the detention center.

The most pressing question is how long it will take to make a smooth transition.


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