Mason County Criminal Defense Attorney

We represent people charged with crimes in Maysville and Mason County, Kentucky. We have handled cases in front of judges in both district and circuit court in Maysville, and we can assist you with your criminal case in Mason County.

The Mason Circuit Judge is Stockton B. Wood. His office is in Maysville, Kentucky and he holds court in the entire Mason circuit, which includes Mason County, Bracken County, and Fleming County.

The Mason County Judicial Center is located in Maysville, Kentucky. The address for the courthouse is 100 West Third Street, Maysville, Kentucky 41056.

Circuit Court in Mason County is on the second floor of the Mason Judicial Center. If you have been indicted on a felony charge in Mason County, you will have court in the circuit courtroom on the second floor.

Felony court in Mason County usually is held on Friday. If you face a felony charge and are scheduled to appear in circuit court, you likely will be there on a Friday.

We represent people charged with felonies and misdemeanors in Mason County. If you or a loved one has been charged with a crime in Mason County, Kentucky, give us a call for a free consultation.

MASON COUNTY DETENTION CENTER

Inmates in Mason County are held in the Mason County Detention Center in Maysville, Kentucky. If you or someone you know has been charged with a crime in Mason County and have not been released on bond, they will be held at the Mason County Detention Center. Unlike most other jails, however, lawyers can make phone calls and speak with people held at the Mason County Detention Center. If you or a loved one is being held at the Mason County Detention Center, give us a call today and we can make contact with them quickly and speak with them about their charges.

The Mason County Detention Center is located at 702 U.S. 68 Business, Maysville, Kentucky 41056. The phone number there is (606) 564-3621.


The Covington, Kentucky defense firm of Shannon D. Sexton, Attorney at Law, provides criminal defense representation to the people of Kenton County, Campbell County, and Boone County, including the communities of Covington, Dayton, Ludlow, Latonia, Fort Mitchell, Fort Wright, Villa Hills, Erlanger Crescent Springs, Alexandria, Bellevue, Fort Thomas, Florence, and Highland Heights and students at Northern Kentucky University (NKU).