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SHEPHERDSVILLE - The following cases were recently resolved in Bullitt Circuit Court:
SHEPHERDSVILLE - After 11 years, there might be some potential end to a legal battle involving the city of Shepherdsville and several fire taxing districts.
SHEPHERDSVILLE - A former Bullitt Central educator will have to wait until June to find out his fate.
SHEPHERDSVILLE - When Michael Mann has a case to present in Bullitt Circuit Court, he has no concerns when it is prepared and investigated by the Shepherdsville Police Department.
SHEPHERDSVILLE - Opponents to the recent decision by the Bullitt County Board of Health to impose a smoking ban will have to file their own lawsuit.
SHEPHERDSVILLE - A man originally charged with rape charges entered a guilty plea recently with most of the allegations dismissed.
SHEPHERDSVILLE - A woman has been indicted for allegedly possessing counterfeit money.
SHEPHERDSVILLE - While the county ponders the future of the drug task force, the recent session of the Bullitt Grand Jury proves that there is problem with illegal substances.
SHEPHERDSVILLE - The smoking ban approved by the Bullitt Count Board of Health won’t go into effect until September. But before it does, there will be legal issues that must be decided.
SHEPHERDSVILLE - The last captive deer at Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest has been moved to a private wildlife sanctuary, officially ending the forest’s captive mammal program.
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