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Contact – (859) 581-6453

Information About Mike Bouldin  

Many times a defendant in a criminal case faces the prospect of losing his job, or even his freedom due to a jail or prison sentence.  If you have been arrested for a state or federal crime in Northern Kentucky, it is imperative that you seek legal counsel as soon as possible.  My office is conveniently located in Covington; call at 859-581-6453 or email to mike@bouldinlawfirm.com. I represent clients throughout Northern Kentucky and Cincinnati.

At the Bouldin Law Firm, criminal law is one of three legal areas I help clients with – so I am dedicated to providing advice that will help your particular situation and protect your rights.

My goal is to ensure that you have all of the information and expert advice you need to make the important decisions that will impact your future.  If you have been arrested you need a strong advocate on your side.

We begin by initiating a thorough investigation into the facts of the case, followed by aggressive and persuasive arguments before the Court.  And I seek the best possible outcome in a criminal case — whether it be a reduced charge and a plea agreement, or taking your case before a jury or a judge.

I defend my clients in Kentucky and Ohio on state and federal criminal charges.  Click on link for more complete list.

Call me at 859-581-6453 (581-MIKE) or e-mail at mwbouldin2@gmail.com, if you or a family member need assistance. Initial telephone consultations are free of charge.

14 thoughts on “Contact – (859) 581-6453”

  • Mako Kennedy says:

    Dear Counsel,

    I am making an inquiry, please indicate if you practice in Domestic

    Relations, Family law, Child Support. I wish to file a contempt

    petition against my ex husband for breaching the court order with

    regards to the above mentioned case. If not your area of practice

    refer me to a family law attorney.
    Mako Kennedy.

  • Michael Bouldin says:

    Yes. I practice domestic relations. Call or email to schedule appointment or contact my paralegal at emily@bouldinlawfirm.com.
    Please contact directly and not on blog site for specifics of your case. I will need the case name, county and number.

  • Austin Z. says:

    I was attempting to post on your website as others did but couldn’t figure out how. Was hoping you could steer me in the right direction. First, I am wondering how or whom I can write to (state legislature) regarding DVO expungement laws? I believe this process to be extremely unbalanced and abused. My girlfriend in anger filed an EPO due to an argument intending it to only be temporary. She went to court and advised she didn’t feel she needed it and requested that it be dropped. The judge completely ignored the request and made it a DVO. Nowhere in my order does it say I cannot own or buy a firearm nor did the judge have my guns seized. Can I still purchase firearms even though the DVO is active and does not mention a restriction? I have read other posts of persons not being able to have or buy a fire arm while under DVO but have never heard this nor been advised this. Thank you for any assistance you may offer.

  • Michael Bouldin says:

    This is but one example of why it is essential to hire an attorney prior to a DVO hearing to avoid such injustices. Even if your significant other states that they will drop the charges, some judges have in their mind how the case should proceeds – regardless of the litigants. IN direct answer to the questions:
    1. It is very doubtful that you can legally purchase, possess or own a firearm if there is an active DVO.
    2. I suggest writing to your state and federal representatives.
    State legislators by county can be found at: http://www.lrc.ky.gov/whoswho/county.htm
    Federal senators are found at: http://whoismyrepresentative.com/state/view/KY
    Best wishes.

  • Valeria says:

    This is my first time visit at here and I am really happy to read all at single place.

  • Michael Bouldin says:

    Thanks for visiting. Hope it is informative.

  • Becky Phipps says:

    Question…. My daughter has a DVO on her soon to be ex-husband, He can not come 500 feet around her. Recently they both went to the same doctors office. Her appointment was at 8:00 am. Not sure of his appointment time (if at all) but she saw him pull in ad park right behind her car. He knows what she drives. She told the Doctor, and then called the police. The police told her as long as he didn’t approach her that he could be at the Doctor office or Walmart and there was nothing they could do. Also, this took place in Grant County KY….What good is a DVO? they didn’t take the guns either out of the home. Am I wrong thinking Grant County KY needs more education on DVO’s?

  • Michael Bouldin says:

    You are correct and the police were wrong. They should have either arrested or cited him for criminal violation of DVO. A thorough investigation would have revealed if, in fact, he did have an appointment and if he admits to knowing she was there and seeing her vehicle. I suggest calling the local prosecutor (Joe Taylor in Grant County) and speaking to him about charges. If it was innocent, they may not prosecute OR the judge may not give jail time, but it will put the ex on notice that he is in violation.

    There is also a second option of filing of filing a Motion for Contempt in the DV case since he violated that order. This is a “civil” violation but does subject the violator to up to 180 days in jail plus legal fees. I would only suggest this option if the county attorney declines to prosecute.

  • kratki ogrodowe says:

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  • Michael Bouldin says:

    Thank you for your interest. I hope to maintain fresh content in the area of criminal defense and DUI defense which is helpful for attorneys, useful for defendants and interesting to those who just read.

  • Daryl says:

    I had a pretrial diversion back in 2008 after 3 years i sucessfully finished it. I recently bought a gun got delayed then was able to pick it up. Last week i got a call from an atf agent saying i wasnt allowed to own a gun. I explained i wasnt a felon and he even called the kenton county prosecutor office to confirm i finished my diversion. The atf agent said i have a week to dismiss or get expunge or i have to forfeit my gun. I dont know what to do. He wont listen to me about not being a felon.

  • Michael Bouldin says:

    I am happy to assist in getting this off of your record.

  • Tabitha says:

    I wanted to thank you for all the help you’ve provided through this! I was able to go yesterday and get my license without any trouble thanks to you. You’ve been great and made this whole process so much smoother for me; I can’t say enough how much I appreciate it.

    Thank you,

  • Michael Bouldin says:

    Thanks for the kind words. I try to ease the burden that a DUI can bring.

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