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Judge denies city’s request to dismiss Royalty lawsuit

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Former mayor has missed two deadlines, hired new Louisville lawyer

By Forrest Berkshire, Editor

The cloud that is the former mayor’s lawsuit against Bardstown for removing him from office will likely hang around for at least a little bit longer.

The city was hoping to clear it last week after its attorney filed to have the lawsuit dismissed because the plaintiff and his attorneys had missed two deadlines to file briefs in the case.

Circuit Judge David Seay denied the city’s motion Friday.

On Wednesday, Scott Crosbie appeared before Seay seeking a ruling on his motion to dismiss John Royalty’s case against the city.


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