Kansas City’s Municipal Court could become more efficient, serving the public better, if practices were more standardized and courtrooms operated less like silo operations, a creation of each judge’s individualized style, said a report by the National Center for State Courts.
Kansas City’s Municipal Court could become more efficient, serving the public better, if practices were more standardized and courtrooms operated less like silo operations, a creation of each judge’s individualized style, said a report by the National Center for State Courts. Bigstock
Kansas City’s Municipal Court could become more efficient, serving the public better, if practices were more standardized and courtrooms operated less like silo operations, a creation of each judge’s individualized style, said a report by the National Center for State Courts. Bigstock

A ruling on how Kansas City’s judges run their courts

July 07, 2015 06:33 PM