The Chief Justice of the Kansas Supreme Court, Lawton Nuss, talks about bringing the state's highest court to Lawrence for the first time ever. KPR's J. Schafer talks to him about his life on and off the bench. Who knew the Chief Justice was a quick-draw combat pistol shooter? That he used to write and reenact wild west scenes? Or that he judges cowboy poetry? Here's Part One of our Interview, which aired on Morning Edition.
And here's Part Two of our interview, on All Things Considered.
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Here's the longer web-only interview.