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The office of constable was established by Kentucky’s constitution in 1850.
The position has changed over the years with several duties no longer required since the 1970s. However, constables still have the power of arrest and to execute warrants, subpoenas, summonses and other court documents, and are required to execute any court process given to them. They have the same countywide jurisdiction as the sheriff.
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