Kansas District Court Records Search

Will this search felony cases?

Yes, it searches felonies and misdemeanors.

I viewed a search result but accidentally refreshed the screen and the record is now gone. Is there any way to get it back?

Once a customer views the data, it is removed and no longer viewable. Therefore, another search must be initiated at the same fee.

I'm a Kansas.gov subscriber and my password is not working. How can I reset my password?

Remember the password field is case sensitive. You can try clearing cache in your browser (reference your browser's Help icon to find instructions on this process). If it is still not working, please contact the Kansas.gov Help Center at 1-800-452-6727 option 3.

What case information is NOT available?

Some court case information is now sealed to the public. This includes Social Security Numbers, home addresses and phone numbers.

Is hospital lien information available?

The 18th Judicial District Court does not publish hospital lien case information to ensure compliance with HIPAA, Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996.

What if I search for a name associated with an active case and receive no results?

When you enter the name into the search field, make sure you do not leave any white space before the first letter. Also, you may enter the first part of the last name, or the first part of the first name to receive more results. If neither of these suggestions work, the case may not yet be in the new search system. Please contact the county clerk for more information about the case filing.

What if I search for a name associated with an Active Case and receive no results?

When you enter the name into the search field make sure you do NOT leave any white space before the first letter. Also, you may enter the first part of the last name, or the first part of the first name to receive more results.

If neither of these suggestions work, the case may not yet be in the New Search system. Please try the old Sedgwick County District Court Search.

How do I read the new Sedgwick District Court complete case numbers?

New complete case ID numbers include the full year, the 2 digit letter case type, the case number, and an optional 2 letter subtype at the end. For example, Family Law case number 02D 00005 will now be 2002 DM 000005. Please review the new court case numbers for further explanation of possible case types and subtypes.

What case information is NOT available?

Some court case information is now sealed to the public. This includes Social Security Numbers, home addresses, and phone numbers.

What are "Back Loaded" Sedgwick County District Court cases?

These types of cases will be added to the new search system and include:

  • Pending cases, as of January 1, 2003
  • Cases with money being held or payments still being received for tickets, restitution, etc.
  • Cases, closed or pending, with hearings scheduled for 2003
  • Any cases that have new documents filed in 2003

Why can't I access Hospital Lien cases?

The 18th Judicial District Court is not publishing Hospital Lien case information to ensure it is in compliance with the HIPAA, Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996.

Is Hospital Lien information available through the Probate search?

The 18th Judicial District Court is not publishing Hospital Lien case information to ensure it is in compliance with the HIPAA, Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996.

What if I search for a name associated with an Active Case and receive no results?

When you enter the name into the search field make sure you do NOT leave any white space before the first letter. Also, you may enter the first part of the last name, or the first part of the first name to receive more results.

If neither of these suggestions work, the case may not yet be in the New Search system. Please try the old Wyandotte County District Court Search.

How do I read the new Wyandotte District Court complete case numbers?

New complete case ID numbers include the full year, the 2 digit letter case type, the case number, and an optional 2 letter subtype at the end. For example, Family Law case number 02D 00005 will now be 2002 DM 000005. Please review the new court case numbers for further explanation of possible case types and subtypes.

What case information is NOT available?

Some court case information is now sealed to the public. This includes Social Security Numbers, home addresses, and phone numbers.

What are "Back Loaded" Wyandotte County District Court cases?

These types of cases will be added to the new search system and include:

  • Pending cases, as of January 1, 2004
  • Cases with money being held or payments still being received for tickets, restitution, etc.
  • Cases, closed or pending, with hearings scheduled for 2004
  • Any cases that have new documents filed in 2004

Why can't I access Hospital Lien cases?

The 18th Judicial District Court is not publishing Hospital Lien case information to ensure it is in compliance with the HIPAA, Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996.

I am a subscriber of Kansas.gov and my password isn't working?

First, try typing your password in all lowercase letters and re-enter. You can also empty the cache in your browser. (Use your browser's Help button to find instructions on this process). If it still is not working, please contact the Kansas.gov Help Center.

The message says that the court isn't available, but it is during the displayed available days/times. What is going on?

There is a live connection between the county court database and Kansas.gov. If the county database is down for any reason, or if the State's live connection is interrupted between the county, and us this service will become temporarily unavailable. We will alert users on the site as soon as we are made aware of any problems. If you have questions or need assistance, please contact our Help Center.

I viewed a search result, but accidentally refreshed the screen and now get a message saying the result has been viewed already. Do I have to pay to query again, or can I recover this somehow?

Once a customer views the data, it is removed and no longer viewable. Therefore another search must be initiated. The fees are assigned by individual search, so since the search has been made and results have been returned, another search would incur the same fee.

Will this search felony cases?

Yes, it searches felonies and misdemeanors.