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Criminal Justice

Man Who Held Wife Hostage in Kansas Law Office Gets 18 Yrs

Constitutional Law

DOJ to Probe Abortion Doc’s Murder; When Does Protest Become Criminal?

Criminal Justice

Lawyer for Slain Abortion Doc Says He Never Showed Fear


Court Cites Short-Lived ‘Branded’ TV Show in Nixing Sex Offender Signs

Legal Ethics

Ex-Chief Counsel Censured After Camera Catches Cafeteria Food Theft

Health Law

Late-Term Abortion Doc Acquitted of 19 Charges


Former Kansas AG Faces Ethics Probe; Are Abortion Cases the Reason?

Legal Technology

Another Federal Judge Allows Twitter Coverage of Trial

Criminal Justice

Lawyer & Staff Allegedly Held Hostage in Kan. Office Before Gunman Gives Up


Ad Cites Town’s ‘Dire Need for an Attorney’


Prosecutor Gets 6-Month Suspension for Showing Teen Sex Photos to Parents


Traffic Ticket, Friends and True Grit Helped Single Mom Become Lawyer

Legal Ethics

Kansas High Court Asked to Decide: Can Judges Fill Out Questionnaires?

Health Law

Kansas Settles ‘Kiss and Tell’ Teen Sex Reporting Case

Law Firms

Kansas City’s Polsinelli & Shughart Firms in Merger Talks

Criminal Procedure

Activists Spurring Grand Jury Probes More Successful Fighting Porn than Abortion

Labor and Employment

Mayor’s Aide Files Discrimination Suit Over a Volunteer—the Mayor’s Wife


Last Brown v. Board of Ed Plaintiff, Zelma Henderson, Dies

Legal Technology

Capital Murder Trial Chronicled Via Twitter

Legal Ethics

Lawyer Suspended for Failing to E-File