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In Sedgwick County, district judges are elected in partisan elections. A term is four years. If a vacancy is created due to a death, resignation or retirement, the governor appoints a replacement. However, this judge must stand for election in the next election year. Below is a list of the judges that make up the 18th Judicial District Court:


2017 Judge Assignments

Last updated: 01/25/17

Judge Department Division Location Phone Assignment Ph.
Judge Bruce Brown Civil 10 5-4 660-5610  
Judge Ben Burgess Criminal 7 10-2 660-5607  
Judge Eric Commer Civil 28 6-1 660-5628  
Judge David Dahl Civil Discovery 2 9-3 660-5602  
Judge Jeff Dewey Family Law 21 4-2 660-5621  
Judge James Fleetwood Chief Judge 11 11-1 660-5611  
Judge Jeffrey Goering Criminal - Presiding 26 9-1 660-5626 660-5750
Judge Deborah Hernandez-Mitchell Civil 22 5-2 660-5622  
Judge Michael Hoelscher Family Law - Presiding 19 4-5 660-5619 660-5630
Judge Philip Journey Criminal 1 5-1 660-5601  
Judge David Kaufman Criminal (Drug Court/FL) 15 7-2 660-5615  
Judge Greg Keith Juvenile 3 1900 E. Morris 660-5606  
Judge John Kisner, Jr. Criminal 17 8-2 660-5617  
Judge Tim Lahey Civil 8 8-1 660-5608  
Judge Christopher Magana Criminal 9 5-5 660-5609  
Judge Faith Maughan Criminal 18 10-3 660-5618  
Judge Kevin O'Connor Criminal 13 5-3 660-5613  
Judge Terry Pullman Criminal 16 6-2 660-5616  
Judge Tyler Roush Family Law 24 4-3 660-5624  
Judge Robb Rumsey Probate 4 1900 E. Morris 660-5604 660-5740
Judge Seth Rundle Family Law 5 4-4 660-5605  
Judge Kevin Smith Juvenile 12 1900 E. Morris 660-5612  
Judge Jeffrey Syrios Criminal 27 10-1 660-5627  
Judge Steve Ternes Criminal 20 10-4 660-5620  
Judge Patrick Walters Juvenile - Presiding 14 1900 E. Morris 660-5614 660-5590
Judge Warren Wilbert Civil Presiding 25 9-2 660-5625 660-5660
Judge Eric Williams Juvenile 6 1900 E. Morris 660-5606  
Judge William Woolley Civil 23 6-3 660-5623  


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