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Olathe Municipal Court



The Olathe Municipal Court is located at the corner of Harrison Street and Old 69 Highway, just North of the Great Mall.  Parking is available at the front of the building.  When you walk in, you must check in with one of the clerks in the Municipal Court window to the right.  If you do not do this, you will not be in line to speak with the prosecutor or the judge.

Olathe Municipal Court Judges: Judge Katie McElhinney & Judge Jill Kenney

Olathe Municipal Court Prosecutors:

Olathe Municipal Court Appointed Attorneys: The judges of the Olathe Municipal Court have contracted with two local attorneys to represent criminal defendants at a reduced rate.

Olathe Municipal Court Address: 1200 S. Harrison, Olathe, KS 66061

Phone: (913) 971-7564

Fax: (913) 971-7555

To visit the Olathe Municipal Court Website click HERE.


Many people confuse the Johnson County District Court with the Olathe Municipal Court.  To confirm you are going to the correct court, you can check the address on the ticket or notice to appear.  You can also contact the clerk of either the Johnson County District Court or the Olathe Municipal Court.


If you are charged with a DUI in Olathe, you must act quickly to protect your driver's license.  A driver's license will be automatically suspended if you do not request an administrative hearing with 14 days of being pulled over.

The Olathe Municipal Court can prosecute arrests for First DUI or Second DUI.  If the arrest is the third or more, the case will be sent to the Johnson County District Court.  

To convict you of DUI, the prosecutor must prove beyond a reasonable doubt that you operated or attempted to operate a vehicle while intoxicated.  An Olathe DUI Attorney will review the evidence in your case to determine whether all of the elements of a Olathe DUI are present.  If not, you may have a legal or factual defense to your case.


A domestic violence charge in Olathe is serious enough to severely disrupt your life for years.  A conviction could result in up to a year in jail, a $2,500 fine, a domestic violence assessment, domestic violence therapy, regular meetings with a probation, and other serious consequences.


The Olathe Municipal Court can also prosecute traffic and other misdemeanor offenses.  If you have questions about your Olathe City Court case, contact Attorney Adam D. Stolte at 913-575-8823 to discuss your options.