Kansas Supreme Court plans to swear in new justice Kan. 24


January 8, 2020

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — The Kansas Supreme Court plans to swear in a new justice Jan. 24.

Evelyn Wilson is set to take her seat on the seven-member high court a little more than a month after Gov. Laura Kelly announced Wilson's appointment. The court is planning to convene a special session at 2 p.m. in its chambers in Topeka, with Chief Justice Marla Luckert presiding.

Wilson has been a district judge in Shawnee County since 2004 and its administrative judge overseeing court operations since 2014.

She is replacing former Supreme Court Justice Lee Johnson, who retired in September.

Kelly has...

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