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Former Kansas AG Phill Kline Files Lawsuit to Reinstate Law License

Kline speaking to reporters in 2012. (Photo by Stephen Koranda)
Kline speaking to reporters in 2012. (Photo by Stephen Koranda)

Former Kansas Attorney General Phill Kline has filed a lawsuit aimed at getting his law license reinstated. The state Supreme Court suspended his license after finding what the court called “clear and convincing evidence” that Kline violated codes of conduct while investigation abortion providers.


Kline says the high court acted improperly and denied him his due process rights.

Kline has defended his actions as attorney general and as Johnson County’s district attorney. Here’s Kline speaking in 2012 after a hearing before the Kansas Supreme Court.

“I will say that my office acted with integrity and with full compliance with ethical rules and rules of law and endeavored to be forthright in every instance,” says Kline.

Kline’s lawsuit in federal court names seven Kansas Supreme Court justices and several others as defendants.

Stephen Koranda is KPR's Statehouse reporter.