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Clerk of the Appellate Courts
Kansas Judicial Center
301 SW 10th Avenue, Room 374
Topeka Kansas 66612-1507
Telephone:  785.296.3229
Fax:  785.296.1028
Email: appellateclerk@kscourts.org


Rules Adopted by the Supreme Court

Rules Relating to Admission of Attorneys

Rule 716
Rules Relating to Admission of Attorneys

Effect of Pending Criminal Action

(a) Any person who is charged in any criminal action is not eligible to apply for admission to the bar of the State of Kansas until after the charge is dismissed or after the date of successful completion of any sentence, period of probation or parole, or term of pretrial diversion, subject to the provisions of Rule 715.

(b) Any person who is charged in a criminal action after applying for admission to the bar of the State of Kansas but before such person has taken the bar examination is not eligible to sit for the examination until after the dismissal of the charge or after the date of successful completion of any sentence, period of probation or parole, or term of pretrial diversion, subject to the provisions of Rule 715.

(c) Any person who is charged in a criminal action after sitting for the bar examination but before becoming a member of the bar is not eligible to become a member of the bar until after the dismissal of the charge or after the date of successful completion of any sentence, period of probation or parole, or term of pretrial diversion, subject to the provisions of Rule 715.

[History: New Rule effective July 1, 2009.]

See also: Rule 1001 - Electronic and Photographic Media Coverage of Judicial Proceedings