Often the answer to a particular legal question will be found in statutes, not in case law. Try the Kentucky Revised Statutes (KRS), Kentucky's official statutory code.
Every year the Kentucky General Assembly meets and proposes bills (prior to 2001 the legislature met every other year). If the bills pass they become law. These laws are passed in chronological, not topical, order and published in the Kentucky Acts.
In order to make researching statutes more reliable and efficient, the laws are arranged by subject into a statutory code (KRS) by the Legislative Research Commission. The Legislative Research Commission is the General Assembly's all-purpose agency, which maintains the legislature's website and prints all its publications. A citation to the KRS will be in the following format:
KRS § Chapter.Section (Publisher Year)
Example: Ky. Rev. Stat. Ann. § 417.240 (Michie 1996)