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It was created by Kansas Supreme Court Rule 1401 for the purpose of making recommendations to the court about reducing barriers to equal access to justice, improving legal services delivery, and increasing resources available for legal services to low-income litigants in civil cases. I consider it an opportunity to broaden my experience to help me be a better district court judge. Based on the Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law, and based on the unanimous vote of panel members, the panel recommended to the Supreme Court that Henderson be disciplined by public censure. Stegall will be presented to the Supreme Court by Assistant U. Stegall earned his law degree from the University of Kansas School of Law, where he served on the Kansas Law Review; was awarded the William L. He then joined the Topeka office of the Foulston Siefkin law firm, where he practiced in the areas of commercial, tort and appellate litigation. News & World Report as one of the top firms in Kansas, Stegall & Associates specialized in complex constitutional and commercial litigation.
TOPEKAThe 8th Judicial District Nominating Commission will interview three candidates who applied to fill a judge vacancy created by the January 12, 2015, retirement of District Court Judge David R. The 8th judicial district includes Dickinson, Geary, Marion and Morris counties. Tuesday, December 23, in the Geary County Courthouse, Junction City, to interview candidates. The three candidates are: Keith Lane Collett, Chapman, who is a district magistrate judge in Dickinson County. Before he was a district court judge, Mc Carville served as a district magistrate judge. Henderson did not take exceptions and further noted that he does not request the right to address the Supreme Court regarding the disposition of this case unless counsel for the Commission of Judicial Qualifications is granted authority to address the court. Burdick Prize, given to the top student in his or her class; and graduated Order of the Coif. In 2005, he formed the law firm Stegall & Associates in Perry, Kansas, which he managed until joining the Brownback administration in 2011. During this period, Stegall handled a variety of highly visible matters of significant public concern, including successfully representing a number of American missionaries who were charged with serious crimes in Haiti following that country's devastating earthquake in 2010.
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The three candidates are: Keith Lane Collett, Chapman, who is a district magistrate judge in Dickinson County. I look forward to serving the people of my district, my fellow judges, and court employees in this new capacity.
Ryan Wayne Rosauer, Junction City, who is in private practice with Weary Davis, L. Margaret Francesca White, Council Grove, who is a district magistrate judge in Morris County. Young has been a Saline County District Court judge since 2006.
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