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No-Knock Warrants and the 'Castle Doctrine'

The Castle Doctrine is a state law giving Kentuckians the right to use deadly force to protect themselves, other people, and their property. No-knock warrants and the Castle Doctrine blatantly contradict each other. Together, they create deadly situations for civilians and law enforcement.

December 18, 2020

2020 Annual Report

Over the past year, the ACLU-KY fended off attacks on civil liberties in the courts, stopped bad bills and promoted good bills in Frankfort, launched its largest Get Out The Vote campaign ever, grew its staff, and more. 

November 30, 2020