Intermediate scrutiny is a legal criterion that is sometimes used to determine whether a law is constitutional. It is typically applied in cases when the law demonstrates bias toward a specific sex or gender. It has also been applied in cases where the law allows someone to be treated differently due to their sexual preference.
n practice since 1986, Mr. Mosley's wide experience includes criminal and civil trials, state and federal appellate work, administrative law, election law, municipal law and family law. A number of his cases have resulted in published opinions. He has authored articles that appeared in Res Gestae. He was selected as "the best" local attorney by Evening News-Tribune Poll of Clark and Floyd County readers. Martindale-Hubbell ranks him fifth in prominence in Clark County and gave him its highest ranking for ethics and integrity. At the beginning of his career he was mentored by Frank E. Haddad, Jr., and Burton Milward (author of Kentucky Criminal Practice and Reversible Error in Kentucky...both handbooks for practicing criminal law in Kentucky). He has appeared numerous times in local televised news reports and appeared twice on the Nancy Grace CNN network program as a guest commentator.
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