Court lets censorship stand against judge

The Kansas Supreme Court said a panels censorship of a former county judge will stand, while announcing no further sanctions will be handed out. Former Russell County Magistrate Judge Marty Clark had sent nude selfies to an online site of swingers.

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January 31, 2022 - 9:24 AM

Judge Marty Clark

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — The Kansas Supreme Court said Friday it would take no further action against a former county judge who sent nude photos of himself to a online site of swingers.

The court accepted a disciplinary panel’s ruling that former Russell County Magistrate Judge Marty Clark violated rules of judicial conduct by sharing the photos. 

But the justices said they would take no further action because Clark resigned from the bench in May, The Kansas City Star reported

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