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Judge Schroeder To Be Sworn In
03/11/2013

26th Judicial District Court Judge Kim R. Schroeder will be sworn in as a judge of the state Court of Appeals at 1:30 p.m. on Friday, March 15, in the Supreme Court Courtroom, it was announced today.

Judge Schroeder was appointed by Gov. Sam Brownback to succeed Judge Christel Marquardt of the 13-member court, who retired on January 14, 2013.  Judge Schroeder, who has been a district judge since 1999, will be presented to the Court of Appeals by Wayne R. Tate, an attorney from Hugoton, Kansas.

The ceremony will be webcast live from the courtroom, and made available to the public on the judiciary's website, www.kscourts.org, by following the link "Watch Supreme Court Live" on that page.  Court of Appeals Chief Judge Thomas Malone will preside at the ceremony.

                Judge Schroeder was first elected to the 26th Judicial District Court in 1998, and currently serves as a trial judge.  During his tenure, Judge Schroeder has presided over cases involving civil, criminal, juvenile & domestic issues.

                He is a past member of the Board of Governors of the Kansas Bar Association.  He is also a board member of the southwest Kansas Bar Association and has served as a member and its treasurer since 1992.

                Prior to Judge Schroeder's election to the bench, he practiced law in Hugoton, KS with the law firm of Brollier, Wolf & Schroeder for almost 17 years in general practice of law.

                Judge Schroeder received his undergraduate degree from Washburn University in Topeka, Kansas, and his law degree from Washburn University in 1981.

                Judge Schroeder is married and has two children.  He is a member of First Christian Church of Hugoton, KS.

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laraza 03/11/2013 1:21 PM
He is worthless a big joke
onebuck 03/12/2013 6:56 AM
Do u say that because youve been judged by him, or have you worked for and with him?
laraza 03/18/2013 4:19 PM
He would not represent his clients well when was an attorney he take there money that was it have them enter pleas all the time when he try to apply for a vacancy before for a judge but he failed then he was appointed as a judge he sucks always sideing with the state n when Hispanics where in court he was rude n try to scared them so there would be no trail by jury to save money we have a lot of judges like him I removed tom smith n judge noel n judge volden
laraza 03/18/2013 4:20 PM
Do us a favor n step down
laraza 03/18/2013 4:25 PM
Corruption is my specialty
laraza 03/18/2013 4:27 PM
Had to be a Republican
laraza 03/18/2013 4:31 PM
Sack of crap
onebuck 03/24/2013 4:01 AM
Most attorneys have their clients take a plea. They will get a lighter punishment versus going to a trial. Most clients accept pleas because they are guilty of a crime. Very few innocent people take a plea. And your assertion that he bullied Hispanic defendants into taking a plea to save money on trials sounds far fetched. That would mean the defense attorneys were complicit in putting innocent people in jail. Then the press was complicit in not reporting all of the judges youve had removed, and the reasons for the removal, and all of the other corrupt judges that we have. But you do have proof of all this conspiracy you insinuate is happening. Oh right, nobody will listen and its all a cover up.



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