All types of cases are assigned to the district judge or district magistrate judges pursuant to Administrative Order No. 257.
In all felony and misdemeanor cases (and traffic offenses classified as misdemeanors) tenders of pleas of guilty or no contest must be accompanied by a written tender of plea form. (See 12th Judicial District Rule No. 19)
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the payments above required shall be made to the Kansas Payment Center, P.O. Box 758599, Topeka, Kansas 66675-8599 and each payment shall include the court order number.
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED no credit shall be given by the court for payments made directly to the obligee or a minor child. Each party shall inform the Clerk of the District Court and all other parties, in writing, of any change of name, residence and employer with business address within seven (7) days after such change.
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that an income withholding order shall be issued without further notice to the parties, specifying an amount sufficient to satisfy the order of child support and to defray any arrearage. The income withholding order shall be issued regardless of whether a payor can be identified.
All non-criminal cases assigned to the district judge are scheduled for a case management conference following the filing of the last timely answer. A case management conference notice is sent to the parties or their attorneys. (See 12th Judicial District Rule No. 8)
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Updated: July 7, 2004