Due to the overwhelming amount of paperwork that the clerks’ office in Geary County is receiving, we are temporarily going to close the office from 8 until 9 AM and then from 4 until 5 PM every day so that staff may process paperwork without int...
The judicial branch opened a public access service center in the Kansas Judicial Center to give members of the public access to district court case information since court information systems were taken offline following an October 12 security incident.
The following message was sent to all active registered attorneys:
Due to a recent cyber security incident affecting Kansas courts, the Eighth Judicial District will likely be operating on a paper filing basis until at least until October 27, 2023.
TOPEKA—The Kansas Supreme Court issued Administrative Order 2023-CC-074 today confirming clerk offices in the appellate courts and all district courts—except the court in Johnson County—remain unable to receive electronic filings at this time.
It is the policy of the Kansas Judicial Branch to comply with the provisions of the Americans With Disabilities Act, 42 U.S.C.A. Section 12101, et seq. (“ADA”). The ADA prohibits discrimination against qualified individuals with disabi...
Please review these guidelines for attending hearings via Zoom in the 8th Judicial District
Records from the courts in the 8th Judicial district are available through Subscriber Services through the Kansas State Website. Find out how you can access that database.
Please review the document below for instructions on using the Zoom video conferencing software within the 8th Judicial District.