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Magistrate Judge Kenneth G. Gale

Phone:
316-315-4380
Fax:
316-315-4381
Courtroom:
406
Location:
Wichita, KS
Honorable Kenneth G. Gale
Magistrate Judge
United States District Court
401 North Market, Suite 403
Wichita, KS 67202

Bio

Years of Service: 2010-Present

Kenneth George Gale was born at Fort Huachuca, Arizona, and raised in Arizona and New Mexico. He obtained his bachelor’s degree, with honors, from Loyola University of New Orleans, and his law degree, with honors, from Washburn University in Topeka. He was a member of the Loyola Faculty Senate and the Board of Editors of the Washburn Law Journal.

Following law school Gale served four years on active duty with the U.S. Army as an appellate defense attorney in the Washington D.C. area. After completing his active service commitment, he moved to Wichita where he practiced with the firms of Matlack & Foote, Focht, Hughey & Calvert and, most recently, with Adams Jones Law Firm. His practice included a broad range of litigation areas, including employment law, civil rights, real estate, criminal defense, business disputes and personal injury. He is an active member of the Kansas Bar Association and the Wichita Bar Association, and is a Master in the Wesley E. Brown American Inn of Court.

Judge Gale is a retired Army National Guard Colonel, and served as the Judge Advocate General of the Kansas National Guard from 2001 until his retirement in 2008, concluding 31 years of active and reserve component military service. He served as the Rule of Law Officer for Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan in 2005. His military awards include the Legion of Merit and the Bronze Star Medal.

Staff
Judicial Assistant
Cassie Carter
316-315-4380


Courtroom Deputy
Angela Whittle
316-315-4380


Law Clerks
Dwight Fischer
316-315-4380

Guidelines & Orders

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Courtroom Technology
All magistrate judge courtrooms are equipped with a 4-channel recording system and can provide a record to attorneys and their clients upon request. Multi-channel IR headsets that facilitate assisted listening and interpreters of foreign languages are available in all courtrooms. An electronic evidence systems can be setup, depending on available resources. This will add the following functionality to a traditionally non-A/V courtroom: a document camera, DVD/VCR combo, laptop video input from attorney tables and/or lectern; audio input available for laptop and other sources from the lectern and attorney tables; 42” or 50” screens in front of the jury box and 19” monitors at each table for evidence viewing.
MDL Cases

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