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General Information About Kansas Court Records and Laws
 The judicial system in the state of Kansas has evolved into an ongoing partnership between the government and the citizens entrusting it to serve and protect them. Kansas courts were reformed in the mid-60s, and then again in the early 70s, as an agreement reached for more changed, paving the way for the courts of today.
 Finding Kansas Court Records
If you need to obtain Kansas court records, you can find much of what you need on the official website for the Kansas Judicial Branch. Court records in the state of Kansas are easier to find than in many other states, thanks to the Open Records Act.
In order to make a request for Kansas court records, you will need to get in touch with the records custodian, who is often the clerk at the court where the case took place. In most cases, you will be asked to send a request in writing or complete a records request form.
When you make your request for Kansas court records, make sure that your reasons for the request are sufficient and specific. Be prepared to answer a number of specific questions in order to gain access to the records that you need.
However, if everything is in order, you should be provided with the court records that you request within three days. If you have not received access to the records that you request by that time, you will be provided with a written explanation for the delay or access denial.
You should expect to pay fees by the page if you need copies of Kansas court records. In addition, if your search requires the assistance of a court employee to locate and copy the records, then you will be asked to pay a by-the-hour fee. The clerk at the courthouse should be able to provide you with the details regarding the processing fees for your request.
However, you will not be charged a fee if you ask to see the readily accessible index. Although you will not be able to copy the file or remove it from the court office, you will be allowed to examine it while you are there.
 Kansas Court Records Online
Kansas court records through the district court are now available to search online. If you know the county where the case in question took place, you can use that information to find the records that you need online. In addition, you can also search for Kansas court records online by using the case number as well as other criteria relevant to that case. Simply use your credit card to pay as you go.
Currently, the cost to search for Kansas court records online through the official website of the state of Kansas is $1 for each search and $1 for each case file that you review. Unfortunately, you may not find the information you are looking for every time you search. However, you will still have to pay the fee for the search. You must agree to these terms before you begin your online search for Kansas court records.
Kansas Court Records
  • Legislation Records

    Capitol Bldg
    300 SW 10th Ave
    Topeka, KS 66612
    p (785) 296-2149
    f (785) 296-6650
  • Statewide Court Records

    Kansas Judicial Center
    301 SW 10th St
    Topeka, KS 66612-1507
    p (785) 296-3229
    f (785) 296-1028

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