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County Attorney

Kyle W. Williamson LaRue County Attorney

The LaRue County Attorney serves as the legal advisor and litigation manager for LaRue County, including each of its elected officials, their offices, and all county departments.

In addition, the County Attorney’s Office prosecutes violations of criminal law within the jurisdiction of LaRue District Court to include misdemeanors, DUIs, traffic violations and domestic assault cases.  The office also prosecutes all juvenile cases as well as child dependency, neglect and abuse cases.  We assist citizens with filing Mental Inquest Warrants/Involuntary Hospitalization, Guardianship Petitions, and Petitions for Involuntary Treatment for drug or alcohol addiction. The County Attorney is also responsible for collecting delinquent property taxes in LaRue County.

In cooperation with Kentucky’s Cabinet for Health and Family services, the office has a child support enforcement division to serve the needs of local families.

Follow the link below to make your child support payments:


209 W. High Street, Suite 8
P.O. Box 322
Hodgenville, Kentucky 42748

Phone: 270-358-9223
Fax: 270-358-4011

Office Hours

Monday 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Tuesday 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Wednesday 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Closed 12 PM – 1 PM for Lunch
Thursday 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Friday 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed

Zoom Links

Remote court proceedings allow parties in a court case to use technology to participate remotely. The Kentucky Court of Justice began conducting proceedings remotely in March 2020 when the COVID-19 pandemic limited in-person events. This has ensured that the work of the courts can safely continue during the pandemic.

What You Need to Participate

Parties involved in a case, including judges, attorneys, prosecutors, defendants and witnesses, require the following to take part in a remote court proceeding:

  • A laptop or desktop computer, a tablet or smartphone (iOS or Android)
  • Secure and dependable internet service
  • Zoom installed on your device or as a web app or mobile app

The links are as follows.  Click the appropriate link to access your court proceeding:

Judge McMahan-Miller

LaRue District Court Zoom Link
(for all District Court proceedings):

If you have any questions or issues, please call the LaRue County Circuit Clerk’s office at 270-358-3421.

Contact LaRue County Attorney Office