In KY, key in or key out is 2 separate laws on the thief's end & they get less time one way. more the other. As I understand it can make a difference in insurance coverage?
You're joking, right? Are you telling me that KY justice defines theft by availability? Then by extension, if the lady leaves her purse on the table and the thief grabs it and runs away, that's different than if it is in her hand and he grabs it and runs away? (I'm just talking the theft charge, not the potential assault charge in the latter case). Are KY judicial formulas really that idiotic?
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