Topeka (WIBW) - The Topeka man accused of practicing law without a license remained jailed Wednesday.
The Kansas Supreme Court ordered David Price held indefinitely without bond until he signs a statement agreeing to stop practicing without a license.
Price has argued he wasn't practicing law because he never said he was someone's attorney.
Last week, federal judge Sam Crow denied Prices' challenge of a five day sentence for direct contempt of court, but is reviewing the case.
A state court spokesperson said lawyers from the Attorney Generals office responded to Crow's actions Monday, but Judge Crow has not reacted to that response.
Price's wife has described her husband as a "political prisoner."