Clay County District Court
District Courts are created by the Constitution. They are the trial courts of Kansas, with general original jurisdiction over all civil and criminal cases, including:
· Divorce and domestic relations
· damage suits
· probate and administration of estates
· care of the mentally ill
· juvenile matters
· small claims
It is here that the criminal and civil jury trials are held. Kansas is divided into 31 judicial districts, with a varying number of counties and judges in each district.
The Clerk of the District Court is located on the second floor of the courthouse in room 204.
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Clerk of the District Court
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