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WICHITA, Kan. (KWCH) – The Kansas Bureau of Investigation confirmed it’s investigating a security breach that temporarily moved courts across the state back to paper and in-person operations. The courts stayed open, but are operating entirely off paper filings.

Monday, the KBI said it “is investigating the incident along with [its] federal partners.”

Late last week, a Sedgwick County District Court judge voiced confidence that the disruption “is a temporary circumstance [the courts are] going to be dealing with.”

As of Monday, operations hadn’t returned to normal.

The courts aren’t the only ones adapting. Those looking to pay the courts must do so in-person or by mail as the courts can’t accept electronic payments. Those looking to apply for a marriage license must also go in-person. Those waiting for bond refunds or restitution have to wait until systems are back online to receive their payments.


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