Raymond "Dykie" McGee is the Livingston County Attorney. He is the son of Bill and Vickie McGee, and grandson of late attorney Raymond Dycus. He is a lifelong resident of Livingston County, and graduated from Livingston Central High School. He has been in practice since 1998, and spent over a decade as an Assistant Commonwealth Attorney prior to becoming Livingston County Attorney. Dykie has been lead prosecutor on many of Western Kentucky's highest profile cases including the Keith Griffith murder trial and the CaSondra Evrard kidnapping and murder case. He has handled many cases that have received national media coverage, and has appeared on Dateline NBC and the Investigation Discovery Channel.
In 2017, Dykie was named to the list of "Top Lawyers in Kentucky" by The Legal Network, and has been listed in "Kentucky's Top Rated Lawyers" by Legal Leaders. He holds an "AV, Preeminent" rating from the Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review. This is the highest possible peer review rating awarded to an attorney.
Dykie resides in Grand Rivers, Kentucky with his wife Laura and twin children.
PO Box 97
Smithland, KY 42081