Sean Delahanty Earns Most Highly Qualified Responses

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Sean Delahanty Earns Most Highly Qualified Responses According To LBA Poll A Louisville Bar Association poll could suggest Judge Sean Delahanty is the most qualified candidate for District Court Division 6.  Delahanty was rated highly qualified by 45% of attorneys compared to Lisa Langford. 

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Kentucky’s Protracted Struggle to Get Rid of Bail

Category: In The Media
“If you have an instrument that’s proven, focus on that, rather than a possible political fallout,” Delahanty told a group of visitors examining the state’s reform efforts this summer. From The Marshall Project: Nonprofit journalism about criminal justice ‘Is there any better way than money’?

Kentucky Appellate Survey: Vote Sean Delahanty

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Kentucky Appellate Survey: Vote Sean Delahanty Judge Delahanty’s experience, legal knowledge and familiarity with the Louisville community and the unique issues facing Louisville are compelling reasons to re-elect him to continue to serve as Jefferson District Court Judge. JUDGE SEAN

100 Days Until The Election

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While it may seem that we’re just getting into summer, November 6 is 100 days away. With school starting and the holidays approaching don’t forget to prepare for the election by reviewing the candidates.  While there are no national offices on the ballot this November there are a

WAVE3: New rules may change the way a judge sets bond

Category: In The Media
Wednesday, WAVE 3 News observed Judge Sean Delahanty questioning the risk assessment on Christopher Sindelar, 32. Sindelar was charged with attempted murder, kidnapping and assault of a woman. He was listed as a moderate risk on the assessment. The judge read from his criminal file,
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