County Courts, Kentucky Constitution

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The County Courts article of the Kentucky Constitution has two sections, one of which has been repealed.

Section 140

Text of Section 140:

There shall be established in each county now existing, or which may be hereafter created, in this State, a Court, to be styled the County Court, to consist of a Judge, who shall be a conservator of the peace, and shall receive such compensation for his services as may be prescribed by law. He shall be commissioned by the Governor, and shall vacate his office by removal from the county in which he may have been elected.[1]

Section 141

Text of Section 141:

Repealed by in 1975 by Amendment.[1]

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