SCOTUS declines to review Kansas criminal threat law


(Developing: Will be updated)

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday declined to review two Kansas Supreme Court decisions striking down part of the state’s criminal threat statutes as unconstitutional.

The court refused to hear Attorney General Derek Schmidt's appeal of two cases invalidating part of the statute and overturning two convictions — one from Douglas County  and another from Montgomery County — for violating the law.

The state Supreme Court ruled that . . .


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