McLouth Municipal Court

Municipal Court:

Judge Dunbar
Prosecuting Attorney - Jerome Gorman
Public Defender - James Bain III

Clerk of the Court - Kim Everley

Court Location:

McLouth Fire House
104 W. Lucy St
McLouth, KS 66054

Clerk of the Court:

Kim Everley, MMC

Court Payments:

City of McLouth
110 N Union Street
McLouth, KS 66054

Prosecuting Attorney:

Jerry Gorman




    Due to the severity of COVID-19 and concern for all citizens and employees, the McLouth Municipal Court is taking steps to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19.

    If you were cited for a minor traffic offense, and do not wish to come to court to contest your citation, you may pay your citation prior to your court date.

    Those on a fine payment schedule need to pay fines per your scheduled agreement.

    All fine payments can be made using one of the following options:

    • Check via Mail – City of McLouth, 110 N. Union St, McLouth, KS 66054
    • Credit Card online or by phone – or calling 913-796-6411
    • Drop Box at McLouth City Hall or Country Harvest Apple Market

    Please note: Diversions or Amendments will not be made on infractions within the School or Construction Zones. 

    Court is the 1st Thursday of every month
    Court begins at 5:30.
    Trial Docket will be scheduled, per Judge.


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    Court Room Decorum

    The conduct and demeanor of attorneys when present during any court proceedings shall reflect respect for the dignity and authority of the court, and the proceedings shall be maintained as an objective search for the applicable facts and the correct principles of law.

    An attorney must always stand when addressing the judge and/or witnesses.

    Attorneys shall at all times treat all witnesses, court personnel and other attorneys in a civil and courteous manner. 

    All male attorneys appearing in the court shall wear a coat and tie. All female attorneys appearing in the court shall be dressed in appropriate attire for an attorney appearing before any court in this state.

    Appearance in Court

    When you appear in Court you will be required to obey the following rules:

    1. Appropriate clothing and shoes will be worn.
    2. The wearing of hats or caps is not allowed.
    3. Food and drinks are not allowed in the Courtroom
    4. While the Court is in session, talking is not allowed, except with the authorized Court personnel.
    5. Cell phones and pagers shall be turned off.
    6. When addressing the Court as a witness, you must stand at the council table.
    7. There will be no smoking in the courtroom.
    8. No weapons allowed in Court.