One of the other most expensive claims was made by House Minority Leader Paul Davis (Dem), who is seeking $86,000. Of the approximately $600,000 in attorneys' fees claims filed, Owens' and Paul's claims represent nearly half, with a combined claim of $274,000.
Of the 27 plaintiffs the court allowed to intervene in the case that was originally filed by Robyn Essex, only 19 have filed claims for attorneys' fees. It should also be noted Owens' former potential opponent Rep. Greg Smith and his attorney Judge John Rubin did not file any claims for fees.
Three Judge Panel Headed by Chief Justice Vratil Rules Owens and Musil Can Intervene in Kansas Redistricting Suit