Phillip Kline

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Phillip D. "Phill" Kline (born December 31, 1959) is a law professor at Liberty University. He was the Republican district attorney of Johnson County, Kansas. From January 2003 to January 2007, he was the Kansas Attorney General.[1] Kline lost re-election as attorney general to Democratic challenger Paul Morrison on November 7, 2006, 58%-41%.[2] Kline became the district attorney of Johnson County on the day he left office as attorney general, switching jobs with Morrison. Kline then ran for a full term as district attorney, but Steve Howe defeated Kline in the August 5, 2008, Republican primary.[3] Kline joined the Liberty University Law School faculty in January 2009.[4]

Kline was disbarred in Kansas for unethical conduct, and his appeal was heard by the Kansas Supreme Court in November, 2012.[5]

References

  1. The Kansas City Star, Kline, Morrison sworn in, January 8, 2007.
  2. The Lawrence Journal-World, Race for Attorney General. Retrieved November 16, 2012.
  3. Carroll, Diane. "Howe’s effort topples Kline", Kansas City Star. 
  4. http://blogs.pitch.com/plog/2009/01/guess_what_phill_kline_blogs_a.php
  5. "LU professor's job secure regardless of outcome of Kansas ethics case", The News and Advance, November 16, 2012. Retrieved on November 16, 2012. 
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