I am pleased to announce that James Alex Oliva has been sworn in as part of the Office of the Commonwealth Attorney’s General Trial Division B.
Alex has served in the Jefferson County Attorney’s Office since May 2016 both as a law clerk and attorney. He is a 2017 graduate of Chase College of Law and University of Kentucky undergrad.
With the increased number of expungements (1,500+ so far this year), the position of Expungement Coordinator was established for the Office of Commonwealth’s Attorney.
This new position will work under the supervision of Jason Moore in our Appellate Division.
Cidnei previously worked in the Jefferson County Attorney’s Office where she worked as a Victim Advocate and Legal Assistant. Prior to her time at the County Attorney’s Office, Cidnei worked as a Clerk in the Jefferson County Circuit Court Clerk’s Office. Cidnei has a BA in Criminal Justice/Theology from Bellarmine University and a certificate in Paralegal Studies from Boston University.
Wednesday morning, the Commonwealth’s Attorney’s office went to the dogs!
K-9 Officer Hondo and his handler, Officer Nimmo, were presented a bone shaped check for $3,179.86.
Money raised by Commonwealth’s Attorney’s office and two boys, 11-year-old Finnegan Hamlet and 8-year-old Jack Shaw will purchase a special gift for the good dog.
“I would say, ‘We’re raising money for an LMPD K-9 named Hondo to get him a bullet proof vest,’” Jack said on their approach of asking people to donate at the lemonade stand.
See video and article at https://www.whas11.com/article/news/officerhondovest/417-722ae85f-ae20-4ff2-8f0f-2c1a45de0c1a
Also mentioned here with new K-9 Officer J.C. https://www.wdrb.com/news/shelbyville-police-swear-in-new-k–lmpd-gets-protective/article_bddbb73c-0653-11ea-a533-6be1318f580a.html