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Kansas Supreme Court Archived Oral Arguments
August-September 2011

Listing of archived arguments from the August-September 2011 session of the Kansas Supreme Court. Archived arguments are available the week following live arguments.

  • August 29, 2011
    • 100,286 -- Keely Foster, et al., v. Michelle A. Klaumann, M.D.,
    • 100,215 -- Tom Bates and Michelle Entriken, as Parents and Next Friends of Hayley Bates, A Minor, v. Dodge City Healthcare Group, L.P., d/b/a Western Plains Regional Hospital.
    • 102,594 -- State v. Ranell N. Turner.
    • 101,719 -- State v. Steven R. Hernandez.

  • August 30, 2011
    • 102,354 -- In the Matter of the Appeal of Burch, Ian A., From an Order of the Division of Taxation on The Assessment of Controlled Substance Tax.
    • 101,905 -- State v. Perry Parks.
    • 101,548 -- State v. Morgan D. Wade.
    • 99,704 -- State v. Bryan Douglas Sprung.

  • August 31, 2011
    • 104,294 -- Seaboard Corporation v. Marsh, Inc., et al.,
    • 102,163 -- Kansas City Mall Associates, Inc., v. Unified Government of Wyandotte County/Kansas City, Kansas.
    • 101,508 -- Kenneth Haddock v. State.
    • 100,058 -- Marc J. Thompson v. State.

  • September 1, 2011
    • 102,852 -- In the Matter of the Appeal of LaFarge Midwest/Martin Tractor Co., Inc. From an Order of the Division of Taxation on Assessment Sales Tax.
    • 101,799 -- State v. Alesia Warrior.
    • 101,613 -- State v. Katreal M. Harris.
    • 101,509 -- State v. Robert Anthony Eisenhart

  • September 2, 2011
    • 103,083 -- State v. Matthew Astorga.
    • 97,905 -- State v. Daniel A. Benson
    • 105,693 -- In the Matter of Paul C. Terry.
    • 105,923 -- In the Matter of David Farrell Holmes.

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