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Conflict Service Division

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DPA's Division of Conflict Services was established to build a statewide indigent conflict system and improve the quality of DPA's existing conflict defense program that supports individuals represented through contract conflict counsel statewide.  The Conflict Services Division provides program support to DPA's 36 trial offices, Post-Trial Division and over 180 conflict attorneys.  The Conflict Services Division's focus is to provide programmatic leadership, resource management and dedicated training opportunities for conflict attorneys. Through committed support and general oversight, the Division seeks to improve on the ongoing quality of DPA's conflict services.  DPA seeks to provide parity in representation for all clients by promoting a holistic conflict defense program while affording increased resources to private conflict counsel to achieve that goal.

DPA is continually recruiting dedicated attorneys to represent DPA conflict clients through contracts in all 120 counties.  Attorneys interested in this important work should contact Brad Holajter at brad.holajter@ky.gov to inquire about opportunities available in their area.

DPA's Division of Conflict Services was established to build a statewide indigent conflict system and improve the quality of DPA's existing conflict defense program that supports individuals represented through contract conflict counsel statewide.  The Conflict Services Division provides program support to DPA's 36 trial offices, Post-Trial Division and over 180 conflict attorneys.  The Conflict Services Division's focus is to provide programmatic leadership, resource management and dedicated training opportunities for conflict attorneys. Through committed support and general oversight, the Division seeks to improve on the ongoing quality of DPA's conflict services.  DPA seeks to provide parity in representation for all clients by promoting a holistic conflict defense program while affording increased resources to private conflict counsel to achieve that goal.

DPA is continually recruiting dedicated attorneys to represent DPA conflict clients through contracts in all 120 counties.  Attorneys interested in this important work should contact Brad Holajter at brad.holajter@ky.gov to inquire about opportunities available in their area.​