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My Name is David G. Perdue and I help real people with real problems.
I graduated from George Rogers Clark High School in Clark County in 1977. I obtained a BS from Eastern Kentucky University in Richmond, Kentucky in 1981. I graduated from UK college of Law in 1984.
I am admitted to practice and have practiced in the courts of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Kentucky, the United States District Court for the Western District of Kentucky, the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals, and the United States Supreme Court.
I began practicing law with a firm in Winchester in 1984. While there I worked on a wide variety of cases. It was a general practice of law. I represented people in wills and other probates, personal injury cases, bankruptcy and collection cases, workers compensation, criminal defense cases, juvenile cases and a multitude of family law issues (divorce, custody, adoption).
I have served as guardian ad litem in hundreds of cases. Generally speaking, a guardian ad litem is an attorney appointed by the court to represent children who come before the court (i.e. who may be dependent, neglected or abused or who are sought to be adopted).
I also served as a contract public defender, representing individuals accused of criminal offenses who could not afford an attorney.
I also had the opportunity to serve as an assistant county attorney for Clark county.
In 2003 I was asked by Judge Clouse and Judge Brown to serve as Trial Commissioner. I was honored to accept. As Trial Commissioner I conducted arraignments in criminal cases, review and issue search warrants and arrest warrants, set bonds in criminal cases, conduct temporary juvenile detention hearings, review and issue Emergency Protective Orders and have authority to conduct preliminary proceedings in Mental Health cases, forcible detainer cases, and admit wills to probate. I served in this capacity until 2007.
In 2007 I served as District Court Judge adjudicating a wide range of cases (including criminal cases, traffic cases, civil cases, small claims, mental health cases and probate cases).
I have been actively involved in all aspects of the law for more than 25 years.
DAVID G. PERDUE