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All court offices in the 8th Judicial District will be back open to the public on June 1. This includes the District Court Clerks, Court Services, Community Corrections, and Court Trustee.
Chief Justice Marla Luckert issued five administrative orders to give updated direction to Kansas courts and court users as courts continue to conduct more in-person proceedings and increase the number of service delivered to the people of Kansas.
Please review the document below for instructions on using the Zoom video conferencing software within the 8th Judicial District.
Due to the COVID-19 crisis throughout the United States, and throughout the State of Kansas, the Eighth Judicial District will live stream courtroom activity in courts that are not open to the public. This currently includes Dickinson, Marion, and Morris ...
The District Court Clerk’s offices in Geary County and Dickinson County will no longer be accepting bills larger than $50 starting on Monday, October 7, 2019. Should you not have the appropriate cash, you may pay with credit card or debit card w...
Learn about the application process, including the waiting period, for applying for a marriage license 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.