Doug Moore Appointed Directing Attorney of Hopkinsville Trial Office
The Department of Public Advocacy is pleased to announce Doug Moore has been appointed as Directing Attorney of the Hopkinsville Trial Office. Doug holds a law degree from the University of Louisville and a PhD in Literature from Southern Illinois University. He began his career with the Public Defender's office in Louisville in 1990 before joining DPA in 1995. He has more than 20 years' experience in the field of criminal law, and during his career has tried more than a hundred cases to a jury. Most recently, he has been with the DPA office in Paducah, representing indigent clients in more than six counties in western Kentucky.
Karema Eldahan Appointed as Directing Attorney of Georgetown Trial Office
The Department of Public Advocacy is pleased to announce that Karema Eldahan has been appointed as Directing Attorney of the Georgetown Trial Office. Karema is a 2013 graduate of UK College of Law and a 2008 graduate of American University in Washington, DC. She interned with DPA while in law school and joined the Frankfort Trial Office upon graduation. She has been a staff attorney of the Georgetown Trial Office since its opening in 2017. She resides in Lexington with her husband and son. Her hobbies include playing guitar, traveling, and spending time with her family.
Lindsay Perdue Appointed Directing Attorney of Lexington-South Trial Office
Lindsay Perdue has been appointed as Directing Attorney of the Lexington-South Trial Office. Lindsay graduated from Salmon P. Chase College of Law in 2013. She interned with DPA while in law school and instantly knew she had a passion for advocating for indigent clients. She worked with Legal Aid of Bluegrass, assisting indigent clients in civil matters, prior to coming back to DPA as an attorney. She has been with DPA in the Lexington-North Trial Office for over four years. As a staff attorney with the Lexington-North Trial Office, Lindsay provided skilled representation to her clients in a variety of cases, including clients facing the death penalty. From misdemeanor to the most serious of offenses, Lindsay provides consistent client-centered representation. She is the mother of two young children and married to Sean Perdue, a private attorney who practices out of Richmond, KY.