Albert Grasch Jr., right, an attorney for American National University of Kentucky, presented his opening statement Monday at the start of a trial. The state attorney general’s office has accused the for-profit school of violating the Kentucky Consumer Protection Act. At left is Fayette Circuit Judge Thomas Travis.
Albert Grasch Jr., right, an attorney for American National University of Kentucky, presented his opening statement Monday at the start of a trial. The state attorney general’s office has accused the for-profit school of violating the Kentucky Consumer Protection Act. At left is Fayette Circuit Judge Thomas Travis. Greg Kocher gkocher1@herald-leader.com
Albert Grasch Jr., right, an attorney for American National University of Kentucky, presented his opening statement Monday at the start of a trial. The state attorney general’s office has accused the for-profit school of violating the Kentucky Consumer Protection Act. At left is Fayette Circuit Judge Thomas Travis. Greg Kocher gkocher1@herald-leader.com

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