Here’s what happened before NKY Judge Ruttle’s suspension

This is an installment of reporter Julia Fair's series "By the way, NKY." Here, you'll find what's going on in Northern Kentucky. 

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More information on Judge Ruttle's suspension 

Kenton District Judge Ann Ruttle in 2012

Last month, Northern Kentucky learned Kenton County District Court Judge Ann Ruttle had gotten in trouble.

The Kentucky Judicial Conduct Commission suspended Ruttle without pay for seven days from April 15 to April 22. Ruttle violated three rules in the Code of Judicial Conduct for the way she handled court proceedings last summer, according to court documents.

Ruttle first won election as a judge in 1994. She is now the Chief District Court Judge for Kenton County and makes $118,372 a year.

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