No. The Attorney General is the attorney for the State and its agencies, not private citizens. If you need advice concerning personal legal matters, you may want to contact a private attorney.
Kansas Legal Services provides assistance in certain cases to persons with limited means. Also, consider the Lawyer Referral Service offered by the Kansas Bar Association.
Click here to learn more about filing a lawsuit in small claims court. A number of forms filed in district court, including petitions for small claims proceedings, are available from the Kansas Courts website.
The Judicial Branch's Office of the Disciplinary Administrator accepts complaints alleging violations of the ethical rules governing attorneys licensed to practice in Kansas. The Attorney General has no authority to discipline private attorneys.
Judges have to follow certain ethical rules. Complaints alleging violations of these ethical can be submitted to the Commission on Judicial Qualifications, 301 SW 10th, Topeka, Kansas 66612-1507. Information about filing a complaint can be found on the Commission on Judicial Qualifications Web site. The Attorney General has no authority to discipline judges.
If you think that the judge was wrong in deciding a case, you may want to consider appealing the judge’s decision to the Kansas appellate courts. A private attorney may be able to advise you.
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