Here is an interesting article with the basic law and then Kansas cases
and here is an excerpt.
Generally tho, when a judge issues a “cannot file” order, it just means you have to file a motion to file and declaration with your motion.
Most pro se litigants do not know this, so it stops them from filing 95% of the time and the judge’s problem is solved.
Summary of Authorities for Judges Considering
Whether to Restrict Court Filings
This document, which was prepared by the Kansas Supreme Court Access to Justice
Committee, is intended to be a summary of current case law and legislation about restricting
court filings submitted by abusive litigants. The Summary of Authorities does not constitute a
rule or order of the court.
I. Constitutional Right of Access to the Courts.
The Fourteenth Amendment provides a right of access to the courts…
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