Sean Delahanty

Thank You

District Court Judge, Division 6

Re-Elect November 6, 2018

It is an honor to serve as your Division 6 District Court Judge and I ask for your continued support to retain this seat.  No campaign can succeed without volunteers like you, get involved and remember to vote November 6, 2018. – Judge Delahanty

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October 9, 2018

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Register To Vote Today – Last Day To Register

The Deadline To Register To Vote Is Today! October 9th is the deadline to complete your voter registration.  If you haven’t yet checked to see if you’re registered you can do so in

October 8, 2018

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Video: Sean Delahanty Is Tough But Fair

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October 5, 2018

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Sean Delahanty And The Opioid Crisis Are Discussed In Latest Video

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October 4, 2018

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How To Register To Vote Before Oct. 9th Deadline

Judge Sean Delahanty and his campaign members want to remind Louisville voters that we offer a

October 4, 2018

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School Board Races And The Future Of JCPS

School Board Races And The Future Of JCPS With the state’s looming take over of Jefferson
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Sean Asks For Your Vote

I am a lifelong resident of Louisville, Kentucky. I graduated from DeSales High School. I received a B.A. in Political Science from the University of Louisville in 1974 and my J.D. Brandeis School of Law in 1980. I have been married for 28 years to my wife, Donna, a retired Family Law Judge and we are parents to two adult children.
Following graduation from law school, I was a self employed general practitioner for 18 years, representing clients in criminal and civil matters and in all levels of State court and also at the trial and appellate levels in Federal court.  In addition, from 1991 to 1998, I represented I.U.E. Local 761 and its members.   I have received awards for and recognition for the number of pro bono hours donated during the years I was in private practice.

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In 1989, I was elected to serve as Jefferson District Court Judge in Division Sixand currently serve in that position.   I was elected by my colleagues to serve as Chief Court Judgefrom 2008 to 2011 where I oversaw the introduction and implementation of the first recognition of the Jefferson District Court in more than 40 years.   I currently serve on the Jefferson County Jail Policy Review Committee working on the jail overcrowding crisis.   I also serve on Justice Minton’s bail reform committee along with other judges from throughout the state.
I have taught classes at the Kentucky District Court Judges’ Association, of which I am a member, including “Vivitrol to Combat Opioid Addiction” and “Strangulation as a Lethality Factor” in domestic violence.
I have volunteered for numerous organizations including, for example, Habitat for Humanity, Tyler Park Neighborhood Association, Metro Parks Association, Mayor’s Day of Giving, Shop with a Deputy, and have organized fundraisers for St. James Elementary and Assumption High School.

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Sovereign Citizens Judicial Temperament

Sean Delahanty Sovereign Citizens

“Sovereign Citizens” who believe they are not subject to the laws of our Federal system of government. They repeatedly demand Judge Delahanty prove jurisdiction of the Kentucky Court System.

Delahanty patiently warns them that he has jurisdiction.

Years Of Experience As A District Court Judge

BA University of Louisville

BA Political Science - University of Louisville

1980

Practiced Law

Self employed General Practitioner for 18 years

1991

Elected Jefferson District Court Judge Division Six

2008

1974

Graduated Law School

Graduated Law School - Brandeis School of Law - University of Louisville

1980

Represented I.U.E Local 761

1991-1998

1989

Chief District Court Judge

Chief District Court Judge 2008-2011