Amy Scott James and other friends and family of the Carr brothers’ victims gather outside the Kansas Supreme Court in August in support of a campaign to oust four of the court’s justices from office.
Amy Scott James and other friends and family of the Carr brothers’ victims gather outside the Kansas Supreme Court in August in support of a campaign to oust four of the court’s justices from office. Bryan Lowry File photo
Amy Scott James and other friends and family of the Carr brothers’ victims gather outside the Kansas Supreme Court in August in support of a campaign to oust four of the court’s justices from office. Bryan Lowry File photo

Death penalty cases a factor behind efforts to oust justices

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  • Family of man killed by Barber County deputy seeks answers

    Kristina Myers, widow of Steven Myers, who was shot by a Barber County undersheriff, and her attorney Michael Kuckelman, are fighting to obtain all body- and dash cam videos of the shooting. The hearing is now set for Dec. 1, 2017. (Video by Fernando Salazar/The Wichita Eagle