This page contains information on court procedures in Douglas County, Kansas.
About Court Procedures
► Everyone gets the same information: That means if one side in a case gives information to the judge, it must be submitted in the form of a motion, and the other side must be given a copy.
► Court dates are serious matters: If you have received a subpoena or a summons to appear in court, you need to make every effort to be there. If you do not appear, you may be subject to arrest. If you know you cannot be there, contact your attorney or the assistant in the
► You may not speak privately or send mail privately to the judge: See the first item, above.
► Resources are available to help you: See the information on the '
Rules of Court