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Judicial branch announces plan to restore district court information systems

TOPEKA—The Kansas judicial branch tentatively plans to restore most information systems used by district courts in 104 Kansas counties by year-end, including systems used to process cases and receive electronically filed documents. The...

Kansas Supreme Court releases statement on October 12 security incident

TOPEKA—The seven justices of the Kansas Supreme Court released the following statement today regarding the October 12 security incident that disrupted access to information systems used by courts statewide.   Statement from Kansas...

Supreme Court adopts temporary rule while efiling system is unavailable

TOPEKA—Attorneys and self-represented litigants will be able to provide service by email under a temporary rule adopted today by the Supreme Court. Administrative Order 2023-RL-077, signed today by Chief Justice Marla Luckert, sets out...

Public access service center opens today in Kansas Judicial Center

TOPEKA—Today, the judicial branch opened a public access service center in the Kansas Judicial Center to give members of the public their first access to district court case information since court information systems were taken offline...

Judicial branch working on phased recovery of its information systems

TOPEKA—Efforts are underway to bring judicial branch information systems back online in phases, although there is not a firm timeline when they will be fully restored. “Our phased recovery includes upgrading firewalls, rebuilding our...

Supreme Court issues new order about court operations

TOPEKA—The Kansas Supreme Court issued Administrative Order 2023-CC-074 today confirming clerk offices in the appellate courts and all district courts—except the court in Johnson County—remain unable to receive electronic filings...

Supreme Court says state courts will stay open, operate on paper while security incident examined

TOPEKA—The Kansas Supreme Court says state courts will stay open and rely on paper filings while the Office of Judicial Administration works with experts to find the reason for and the extent of a security incident that disrupted the...

Supreme Court issues order in response to network security incident

TOPEKA—The Kansas Supreme Court today issued Administrative Order 2023-CC-073 declaring court clerk offices inaccessible for electronic filings through Sunday, October 15.The Supreme Court took this action to give the judicial branch time to...

Network issues affecting access to some court systems

TOPEKA—The Kansas court system is experiencing network issues and it’s affecting user access to some online services.   Systems affected include:Kansas Courts eFilingKansas District Court Public Access PortalAppellate Case...

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