don't want to pay 30 bucks and up or get struck with monthly recurring fees from 3rd party sources. i just want to go straight to the source.
kansas and Missouri statewide. not just kcmo. they would only let me enter one city and state below.
You can check Missouri Casenet by name to see if charges have been filed against you in any Missouri state court or any municipality that uses Casenet. Since very few municipalities use Casenet this won't be beneficial if you have city court charges.
Other than Johnson County, KS, I am not aware of any other Kansas Court that can be searched by name.
I do not believe there is such a site. Sorry.
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There is one finial place you can check. You can call up the local police department and politely ask if you have any warrants as you want to take care of any that might be outstanding. If they are not busy they might check MULES for you. That the only system that can really tell you if there is a warrant out for you. Unfortunately no one but authorized users can check it.
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