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The Western District of Kentucky

The United States and its territories are divided into 94 federal judicial districts. Kentucky has two federal judicial districts: the Western District of Kentucky, headquartered in Louisville, and the Eastern District of Kentucky, headquartered in Lexington. Within each federal district, a United States Attorney serves as the chief federal law enforcement officer in the district. John E. Kuhn, Jr. is the Acting United States Attorney for the Western District of Kentucky.

Geographically, the Western District of Kentucky includes 53 Kentucky counties and two military facilities: Fort Knox and Fort Campbell. The population within the Western District is approximately 2.2 million. The District is divided into four jury divisions – Louisville, Owensboro, Bowling Green and Paducah. Each jury division is served by a United States District Court courthouse. The map below shows the jury divisions and the approximate location of each courthouse. Detailed directions to each courthouse can be found here:

Kentucky Western Counties

Louisville

Bowling Green

Owensboro

Paducah

Breckinridge

Adair

Daviess

Ballard

Bullitt

Allen

Grayson

Caldwell

Hardin

Barren

Hancock

Calloway

Jefferson

Butler

Henderson

Carlisle

Larue

Casey

Hopkins

Christian

Marion

Clinton

McLean

Crittenden

Meade

Cumberland

Muhlenberg

Fulton

Nelson

Edmonson

Ohio

Graves

Oldham

Green

Union

Hickman

Spencer

Hart

Webster

Livingston

Washington

Logan

 

Lyon

 

Metcalf

 

McCracken

 

Monroe

 

Marshall

 

Russell

 

Trigg

 

Simpson

   
 

Taylor

   
 

Todd

   
 

Warren