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Golden Law Office Asks for Information Regarding Murder of Amber Spradlin

Published on Jun 30, 2023 at 4:15 pm in News.

Yesterday afternoon, a press conference was held at the Floyd County Courthouse in Prestonsburg, Kentucky to discuss the murder investigation of Amber Spradlin, a 38-year-old woman who was found dead at a home on Arkansas Creek on June 18th. There are many questions left unanswered regarding her death. If you’re interested in watching the press conference, you may do so here.

Amber Spradlin’s body was found at a horrific, bloody scene. Foul play was suspected early on, but other than that, hardly any details about her death were made public. According to a family member at the press conference, Amber was attacked and violently stabbed at least 11 times. Multiple devastating wounds were found on her head and neck, and part of the murder weapon was even found inside her face. Her body was found in a home belonging to local dentist Michael McKinney, but no details have been released regarding why she was there or who was with her at the time of her death.

Golden Law Office State-Wide Expansion includes New Salyersville Office and Workers’ Compensation Practice

Published on Feb 1, 2022 at 2:42 pm in News.

When retaining Golden Law Office, the citizens of Eastern Kentucky can be comforted to know that they will have legal representation that appreciates their perspective. Eastern Kentucky natives Kellie Collins and Taylor Shepherd of the Golden Law Office are anchoring the firm’s expansion into Eastern Kentucky with the opening of their office in Salyersville, Kentucky. With the opening of the Salyersville office, Attorney John “Jack” Collins will become “Of Counsel” to the Golden Law Office, providing his more than 40 years of experience and knowledge of Eastern Kentucky and its courts to the clients of Golden Law Office.

Law Changes Kentucky Residents Should Know About for 2021

Published on Nov 24, 2020 at 3:21 pm in News.

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Each year, new laws and amendments to current laws are introduced and implemented. As 2021 is approaching, there are some laws that Kentucky residents should be aware of. The new year will bring law changes to how the election process works in the state, how the 2021 session will start, and also upcoming bills that lawmakers are trying to pass.

When you’re up to date on the laws in Kentucky, you have more understanding of how the state works, what your rights are, and this can help you make sure your right are protected. When 2021 arrives, be sure to look out for these new laws.

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