U.S. Attorney’s Office Continues Close Coordination With Jefferson County Commonwealth’s Attorney
Kaleb Noblett continues tradition of prosecutors working between offices
LOUISVILLE, Ky. – United States Attorney Russell Coleman today announced the addition of Kaleb J. Noblett as a Special Assistant United States Attorney in the Louisville office, another resource in the ongoing effort to maximize collaboration between state and federal law enforcement to address violent crime, drug trafficking, public corruption, and other high priority criminal matters in Jefferson County.
“Louisville families are better-served when its state and federal prosecutors function as one team,” said U.S. Attorney Russell Coleman. “We are grateful to Mr. Wine for allowing yet another of his capable Assistants, Kaleb Noblett, to offer us his time, talent, and experience.”
Mr. Noblett is the third member of the Jefferson County Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Office currently working hand-in-hand with the U.S. Attorney’s Office in the role of Special Assistant United States Attorney. He has served with the Jefferson County Commonwealth’s Attorney Office since November of 2015, and previously served as a summer law clerk with the United States Attorney’s Office in 2013. Mr. Noblett serves as the Economic “White Collar” Liaison in the Office of the Commonwealth’s Attorney.
As Louisville homicides and violent crimes increase in the summer months, the United States Attorney’s Office is aggressively pushing back with a swell of federal resources working alongside state and local law enforcement to police and prosecute the worst offenders in all neighborhoods, in all 53 counties of the Western District of Kentucky. The office is also committed to tackling instances of fraud, abuse and rooting out instances of child exploitation in the district.