AG Derek Schmidt: Topeka man pleads guilty in first felony conviction under new consumer protection law

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TOPEKA – (February 5, 2019) – A Topeka man pleaded guilty last week to one felony count of violating a consumer protection order, Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt said.  In February 2016, a civil consent judgment entered under authority of the Kansas Consumer Protection Act was approved in Shawnee County District Court against Travis D. Kaiser, 48, of Topeka, d/b/a T’s Lawn Service. In that consent judgment, Kaiser was found liable for deceptive or unconscionable acts against Kansas consumers. He was enjoined by the court from engaging in any future door-to-door sales in the State of Kansas as defined by law. In December 2016, Kaiser was personally served with a notice of potential criminal liability if he engaged in further door-to-door...

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AG Derek Schmidt: Topeka man pleads guilty in first felony conviction under new consumer protection law

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