A Veteran for Justice, Western Kentucky Native, and Public Servant
Jenny Hines was born at the Jennie Stuart Medical Center in Hopkinsville, Kentucky. She was raised in Western Kentucky, graduating as Valedictorian with a Commonwealth Diploma from Reidland High School, magna cum laude from Murray State University with a double major in History and Political Science, and from the University of Kentucky College of Law with a Juris Doctor while completing R.O.T.C.
Jenny Hines is a veteran who proudly served in the United States Air Force. She is also a legal veteran. When she engaged in private practice she championed the cases of her clients and offered pro bono services to ensure those in need were not denied access to justice.
Justice is the fair and impartial adjudication of claims by applying the law to the unique facts of a case. This means the law should be applied to each case without regard to race, gender, political affiliation, religion, or socio-economic status.
Jenny Hines has worked for the Court of Appeals for Judge Christopher "Shea" Nickell and Judge Donna Dixon. Jenny Hines enjoys seeing the difference the Court of Appeals makes in lives. It is Jenny Hines' passion and desire to take a more active role. She is uniquely qualified and has the readily transferrable skills to make this transition in a seamless fashion. She has the heart of a warrior and public servant and will fight for justice.
Jenny Hines is a Christian. She is an active member in a small church. She is involved in many professional and service minded organizations to improve our Commonwealth and communities. She believes strong moral values are the foundation to success.
Jenny Hines is a mother who has experienced the heartbreak of losing an unborn child. She is pro life. As a veteran, she is a firm believer in the second amendment and exercises her right to bear arms daily.