Brian Butler

Brian Butler: Attorney with Dathorne & Butler, LLC AV stamp icon
  • Partner at Dathorne & Butler, LLC (1 Attorney)
  • 600 West Main Street, Suite 500, Louisville, KY 40202
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Attorney Awards

Areas of Practice (19)

  • Criminal Law
  • Child Abuse and Neglect
  • Drivers License Suspension
  • Drug Crimes
  • Drugs and Narcotics
  • Elder Law
  • Expungements
  • Felonies
  • Health Care
  • Identity Theft
  • Juvenile Law
  • Litigation
  • Military Law
  • Misdemeanors
  • Parole and Probation
  • Sexual Assault
  • Traffic Violations
  • White Collar Crime

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
877-638-6196  Phone
502-584-1802  Cell Phone
502-584-1212  Fax
University Attended:
University of Kentucky, B.A., History, 1991
Law School Attended:
University of Notre Dame Law School, J.D., Law, 1995
Year of First Admission:
1995, Kentucky
Birth Information:
Elizabethtown, Kentucky, 1968
Reported Cases:
Commonwealth v. Jason Stinson - Pleasure Ridge Park football coach was prosecuted in the death of a player during practice. The case received extensive national and local media attention as Coach Stinson was the first coach prosecuted in the death of a player. Coach Stinson was found not guilty of all charges.; Commonwealth v. Katie McCoy - Ms. McCoy was a Bellarmine University student charged for the murder of her baby in a dormitory bathroom. The case received national and local media attention. Ms. McCoy was acquitted of all homicide charges.; Commonwealth v. Bakari Hicks - Mr. Hicks was charged with repeatedly molesting a child at his mother's day care. The case received local media attention. Mr. Hicks was acquitted of all charges.; Commonwealth v. Darryl Fogle - Mr Fogle was charged with vehicular manslaughter relating to the death of an off-duty police officer. Mr. Fogle was acquitted of all charges.; Commonwealth v. Steve Henry - Former Lieutenant Govenor Henry was charged with allegedly violating state election laws. After months of negotiating, the matter was resolved for a misdemeanor plea involving no jail time and no active probation.; Commonwealth v. David Whitlock - Jefferson County Constable was charged with aggravated assualt associated with shooting a shoplifter as the shoplifter left a Wal-Mart parking lot. The incident was captured on video. The case received extensive local media attention. The case was resolved by permitting Mr. Whitlock to participate in a diversion program for one year and dismiss all charges if he successfully completes diversion.; Commonwealth v. Patrick Kane - Louisville banker was charged with two counts of vehicular homicide relating to the death of two people in a vehicular accident on Thanksgiving day 2010. Mr. Kane received deferred prosecution for 3 years. If he complies with the conditions of his deferred prosecution agreement, all charges will be dismissed.; Commonwealth v. Tyson Mimms - Mr. Mimms was charged with Murder for a shooting in West Louisville. His case was previously featured on the television show "The First 48." After extensive litigation, all charges were dismissed against Mr. Mimms.

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