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Telephone:
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Telephone:
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Fax:  785.296.1028
Email: appellateclerk@kscourts.org


Kansas Supreme Court Archived Oral Arguments
December 2009

Listing of archived arguments from past sessions of the Kansas Supreme Court. Archived arguments will be available the week following live arguments.

  • December 7, 2009
    • 100,554 - In the Matter of the Adoption of B.B.M.
    • 98,716 - State of Kansas v. Michael Hughes
    • 100,512 - State of Kansas v. Gregory L. Berry
    • 101,925 - State of Kansas v. Sean R. Ernesti

  • December 8, 2009
    • 100,845 - In the Interest of M.F.
    • 101,622 - State of Kansas v. Candy S. Daniel
    • 101,563 - Stanton Holt v. State of Kansas
    • 100,820 - State of Kansas v. Randy Marler

  • December 9, 2009
    • 98,403 - State of Kansas v. Tyrone Leaper
    • 101,958/101,959 - State of Kansas v. Marcy Faith Carapezza
    • 101,674 - Letha and Harold McGinty v. Theresa M. Hoosier, et al.
    • 101,515 - State of Kansas v. Robert L. Robinson, Jr.

  • December 10, 2009
    • 94,589 - State of Kansas v. Nathaniel L. Hill
    • 102,578 - State of Kansas v. Andrew Sale
    • 100,768 - State of Kansas v. Christopher Tahah
    • 99,403 - State of Kansas v. Mary Jean Copes

  • December 11, 2009
    • 101,097 - Debra L. Miller, Secretary of Transportation for the State of Kansas v. Glacier Development Co., L.L.C., and Lester M. Dean, Jr.
    • 101,077 - State of Kansas v. Harold Dean Spencer
    • 98,419 - Scott and Sherry David v. David Hett, d/b/a Hett Construction

  • December 14, 2009
    • 103,062 - In the Matter of Steven R. Wiechman
    • 103,195 - In the Matter of David J. Harding
    • 103,060 - In the Matter of Melvin R. Herrington

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