Assistant County Attorneys
Chasiti P. Ross, First Assistant County Attorney
Chasiti is a native of the Science Hill community in northern Pulaski County. She currently serves as the First Assistant to Martin Hatfield. Chasiti is a graduate of Pulaski County High School (2007), Somerset Community College (2009), University of Kentucky (2011), and University of Dayton School of Law (2014). Prior to joining the Pulaski County Attorney's Office, Chasiti worked for a law firm in Dayton, Ohio. Chasiti's husband, Aaron Ross, is the Director of Pulaski County 911. Chasiti and Aaron reside in Eubank and have one daughter, Layla Ross.
B.J. Hardy, Assistant County Attorney
B.J. is a native of the Nancy community in western Pulaski County. He currently serves as an Assistant County Attorney and Managing Child Support Attorney under Martin Hatfield. B.J. is a graduate of Southwestern High School (2007), Western Kentucky University Honors College (2011), and University of Louisville's Brandeis School of Law (2014). Prior to joining the Pulaski County Attorney's Office, he serves as a Staff Attorney for the 28th Circuit Judge David A. Tapp. B.J.'s wife, Molly Hardy, is an Attorney in Pulaski County and they currently reside in Nancy.
Kenton Lanham, Assistant County Attorney
Kenton is a native of Lexington, Kentucky, but has been a resident of Pulaski County for five years. Kenton currently serves as an Assistant County Attorney under Martin Hatfield and an Assistant Commonwealth Attorney under Eddy Montgomery. Kenton is a graduate of Tates Creek High School (2003), University of Kentucky (2007), and Northern Kentucky University's Salmon P. Chase College of Law (2010). Prior to joining the Pulaski County Attorney's Office, Kenton worked for the Department of Public Advocacy as a Public Defender for nearly five years.