TOPEKA, Kan.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The Kansas Office of Judicial Administration (OJA), in partnership with Kansas.gov, recently launched a series of enhancements to the online Kansas County District Court Records Search application. The most notable enhancement incorporates a new, user-friendly platform that allows Kansans to perform Kansas County District Court Records searches from a mobile device.
“We understand that members of the Kansas legal community need on-the-go access to court records. By enhancing the Kansas District Court Record Search with mobile-friendly features, the Office of Judicial Administration has offered a robust search experience that can easily be accessed from a smartphone or a tablet device”
Designed to provide immediate online access to Kansas County District Court Records full court case histories, the application allows Kansas citizens to search court cases by county and court type, or case number.
“We understand that members of the Kansas legal community need on-the-go access to court records. By enhancing the Kansas District Court Record Search with mobile-friendly features, the Office of Judicial Administration has offered a robust search experience that can easily be accessed from a smartphone or a tablet device,” said Ashley Gordon, Director of Marketing for Kansas.gov.
In addition to enhanced mobile experience, the revamped Kansas County District Court Records Search application also offers the following:
- Streamlined look and feel for traditional desktop users
- Ability to search each court by a given time period
- Takes user straight to details of a case
Searches may be conducted for $1 per search. Results may be viewed for $1 per record. A $95 per year subscription service is available for users who prefer to invoiced monthly.
About Office of Judicial Administration
The Office of Judicial Administration (OJA) implements the rules and policies of the Supreme Court as they apply to the operation and administration of the Kansas Judicial Branch. The duties delegated to the OJA by the Supreme Court include but are not limited to: fiscal operations; personnel management; education and training; municipal judge support; assistance to the trial courts; compilation and assessment of caseload information; permanency planning; child support enforcement activities; monitoring alcohol and drug safety action funds; alternate dispute resolution; and court improvement programs. Headquartered in Topeka, KS, the Kansas Judicial Branch provides management and oversight for the Kansas Court System, including the Kansas Supreme Court, Appellate Courts, District Courts, and Municipal Courts.
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