BOONE CIRCUIT JUDGE TONY FROHLICH RELEASES BOOK ON KENTUCKY COURTS

A Kentucky Court provides a history of the court system from the creation of the state, focusing on Boone County, which at one time on another shared a court system with fourteen other counties. It provides valuable information on the Circuit Court, District Court, Family Court, Court of Quarter Sessions, Court of Oyer and Terminer, County Court, Court of Appeals, Supreme Court, Commonwealth Attorneys, County Attorneys, Circuit Clerks, County Clerks, County Clerks, Master Commissioners and Domestic Relation Commissioners.
Judge FrohlichThe book has the history and photographs of the courthouses as well as a history of the hanging tree and mob lynchings. The book is inclusive from the formation of Boone County in 1798 to 2012 with biographies (including genealogical information) of its 157 court officials. The book includes 137 photographs.
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Judge Frohlich has been honored by the Ky. Legislature:
A RESOLUTION honoring Circuit Judge Anthony W. Frohlich.
WHEREAS, Anthony W. Frohlich graduated first in his class from Salmon P. Chase College of Law at Northern Kentucky University in 1980; and
WHEREAS, following his graduation, Anthony W. Frohlich was in private practice, then served as Boone County Master Commissioner, Domestic Relations Commissioner, Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney, City Attorney for the City of Walton, and the Boone and Gallatin County Child Support Program Attorney prior to being elected as Circuit Judge; and
WHEREAS, Anthony W. Frohlich has served in the position of Circuit Judge for Boone and Gallatin Counties since 2004; and
WHEREAS, since his election, Judge Anthony W. Frohlich has been a leading judicial innovator in Kentucky, working to reduce caseloads in his Judicial Circuit and establishing innovative programs; and
WHEREAS, Judge Anthony W. Frohlich developed a felony mediation program, which is now being used throughout Kentucky courts and various areas of the United States; and
WHEREAS, Judge Anthony W. Frohlich explained his felony mediation program’s success in the March 2009 issue of the Bench & Bar magazine of the Kentucky Bar Association; and
WHEREAS, Judge Anthony W. Frohlich’s felony mediation program has been featured in the American Bar Association’s Dispute Resolution magazine and numerous law journals and publications; and
WHEREAS, Judge Anthony W. Frohlich has spoken on his felony mediation program at the Universidad Interamericana Law School in San Juan, Puerto Rico, and recently at the South Carolina Bar Association convention; and
WHEREAS, Judge Anthony W. Frohlich is presently the president of the Chase Inn of Court and serves on the Board of Advisors to the Chase Center of Excellence For Trial Advocacy; and
WHEREAS, the Kentucky Justice Association, the leading voice of trial attorneys in Kentucky, established the Henry V. Pennington Outstanding Trial Judge award in 1983 in honor of Circuit Judge Henry V. Pennington of Danville, who was one of the leading architects of the new judicial system following the enactment of the judicial article to the Constitution of Kentucky; and
WHEREAS, the Kentucky Justice Association recognized Judge Anthony W. Frohlich as the 2011 recipient of the Henry V. Pennington Outstanding Trial Judge award, citing Judge Frohlich as “a member of the bench who demonstrates a high standard of ethical conduct, fairness in all court proceedings and consistent understanding and appreciation for the art of trial practice and the right to trial by jury”;
NOW, THEREFORE,
Be it resolved by the Senate of the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky:
Section 1. The Senate of the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky recognizes the career achievements of Circuit Judge Anthony W. Frohlich and commends Judge Frohlich on his innovative felony mediation and other programs and the Kentucky Justice Association’s naming of Judge Anthony W. Frohlich as the 2011 recipient of the Henry V. Pennington Outstanding Trial Judge award.
Section 2. The Clerk of the Senate shall send a copy of this Resolution to Chief Circuit Judge Anthony W. Frohlich at the Boone County Court House, 6025 Rogers Lane, Suite 444, Burlington, Kentucky 41005.

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