Published: December 31, 2012
Kansas "Courts" Mobile Searches
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
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
"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.
To read the complete release at NewsBlaze,
Kansas "Courts" Mobile Searches,
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