2011 Kansas Code
Chapter 20. - COURTS
Article 30. - COURT OF APPEALS
20-3013 Principal offices of court of appeals in Topeka; courtroom and quarters; authority to hold court in any county; facilities provided by district court chief judge.
20-3013. Principal offices of court of appeals in Topeka; courtroom and quarters; authority to hold court in any county; facilities provided by district court chief judge. The court of appeals shall sit and maintain its principal offices in the city of Topeka, and it shall be the duty of the secretary of administration to provide a courtroom and other suitable quarters in Topeka for the use of the court of appeals and its staff. However, any hearing panel of the court of appeals may hold court in the courthouse of any county for the purpose of hearing oral arguments in cases before such court. When a panel of the court of appeals sits in any location other than in Topeka, the chief judge of the judicial district in which the panel is sitting shall assign a courtroom to the hearing panel for its use while sitting, shall provide suitable office space for use by the members of the panel and shall provide such other personnel as may be needed by the panel.
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