Kentucky District Courts

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The Kentucky District Courts are the state courts of limited jurisdiction in the U.S. state of Kentucky.

Jurisdiction and bench[edit]

The District Courts are trial courts of limited jurisdiction that hear misdemeanor criminal cases, traffic violations, violations of county and municipal ordinances and small claims. They also have concurrent jurisdiction with the family court division of the Circuit Court over proceedings involving domestic violence and abuse, the Uniform Parentage Act and Uniform Interstate Family Support Act, dependency, child abuse and neglect, and juvenile status offenses.

Districts[edit]

Kentucky district circuits map
  1. First District – Hickman and Fulton counties
  2. Second District – McCracken county
  3. Third District – Christian county
  4. Fourth District – Hopkins county
  5. Fifth District – Crittenden, Webster, and Union counties
  6. Sixth District – Daviess county
  7. Seventh District – Logan and Todd counties
  8. Eighth District – Warren county
  9. Ninth District – Hardin county
  10. Tenth District – Hart and LaRue counties
  11. Eleventh District – Taylor, Green, Marion, and Washington counties
  12. Twelfth District – Oldham, Henry, and Trimble counties
  13. Thirteenth District - Garrard, Jessamine, and Lincoln counties
  14. Fourteenth District - Bourbon, Scott, and Woodford counties
  15. Fifteenth District - Carroll, Grant, and Owen counties
  16. Sixteenth District - Kenton county
  17. Seventeenth District - Campbell county
  18. Eighteenth District - Harrison, Nicholas, Pendleton and Robertson counties
  19. Nineteenth District - Bracken, Fleming, and Mason counties
  20. Twentieth District - Greenup and Lewis counties
  21. Twenty-first District - Bath, Menifee, Montgomery, and Rowan counties
  22. Twenty-second District - Fayette county
  23. Twenty-third District - Estill, Lee, and Owsley counties
  24. Twenty-fourth District - Johnson, Lawrence, and Martin counties
  25. Twenty-fifth District - Clark and Madison counties
  26. Twenty-sixth District - Harlan county
  27. Twenty-seventh District - Knox and Laurel counties
  28. Twenty-eighth District - Pulaski and Rockcastle counties
  29. Twenty-ninth District - Adair and Casey counties
  30. Thirtieth District - Jefferson county
  31. Thirty-first District - Floyd county
  32. Thirty-second District - Boyd county
  33. Thirty-third District - Perry county
  34. Thirty-fourth District - McCreary and Whitley counties
  35. Thirty-fifth District - Pike county
  36. Thirty-sixth District - Knott and Magoffin counties
  37. Thirty-seventh District - Carter, Elliott, and Morgan counties
  38. Thirty-eighth District - Butler, Edmonson, Hancock, and Ohio counties
  39. Thirty-ninth District - Breathitt, Powell, and Wolfe counties
  40. Fortieth District - Clinton, Russell, and Wayne counties
  41. Forty-first District - Clay, Jackson, and Leslie counties
  42. Forty-second District - Calloway county
  43. Forty-third District - Barren and Metcalfe counties
  44. Forty-fourth District - Bell county
  45. Forty-fifth District - McLean and Muhlenberg counties
  46. Forty-sixth District - Breckinridge, Grayson, and Meade counties
  47. Forty-seventh District - Letcher county
  48. Forty-eighth District - Franklin county
  49. Forty-ninth District - Allen and Simpson counties
  50. Fiftieth District - Boyle and Mercer counties
  51. Fifty-first District - Henderson county
  52. Fifty-second District - Graves county
  53. Fifty-third District - Anderson, Shelby, and Spencer counties
  54. Fifty-fourth District - Boone and Gallatin counties
  55. Fifty-fifth District - Bullitt county
  56. Fifty-sixth District - Caldwell, Livingston, Lyon, and Trigg counties
  57. Fifty-seventh District - Nelson county
  58. Fifty-eighth District - Marshall county
  59. Fifty-ninth District - Ballard and Carlisle counties
  60. Sixtieth District - Cumberland and Monroe counties

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