District Court Judge Jennings Announces Plans to Run to Retain Office


District Court Judge Robert Jennings, who serves in Kentucky’s 25th Judicial District comprised of Madison and Clark Counties, announces his plans to file his election campaign finance committee papers this week and then file to retain his office on November
3rd with the Kentucky Secretary of State. Judge Jennings was born and raised in Madison County and is a 2013 graduate of the University of Kentucky College of Law.

The Madison county native has practiced law in the 25th Judicial District for 8 years
prior to becoming district judge. Judge Jennings currently presides over criminal
traffic and misdemeanor dockets, the probate of wills and the administration of
estates, guardianships for minors and disabled adults, civil cases involving
controversies of $5,000.00 or less, small claims cases, evictions, and involuntary
treatment for substance abuse disorders.

In part of his statement issued to WBONTV today, Jennings said:

“With the support of my family and my wife, Samantha, I am announcing that I will
seek to keep my position as your district court judge next year. I look forward to
seeing friends, old and new, as I continue my work as judge. I ask for your support
as I carry on my pledge to make a positive impact on your judicial system.”