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Court of Appeals Dockets

The Kansas Court of Appeals meets nearly every month to review appeals. When a case is accepted, it is placed on a docket.

Court of Appeals dockets

The Kansas Court of Appeals reserves certain dates each year on which to consider cases. When the Court of Appeals schedules a case to be considered, it puts the case on a docket.

The Court of Appeals sits in panels of three judges at locations throughout the state, including the court's primary courtroom in the Kansas Judicial Center in Topeka. Each three-judge panel will take up 18 appeals over a two-day period every month. 

The Court of Appeals may schedule special settings as needed.

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