Access Wisconsin Courts online directly. Search court records; from Wisconsin county courts to Supreme courts. Find criminal filings, Wisconsin dissolution of marriage or divorce records from official state websites. File small claims lawsuits. Link to Wisconsin probate sources with helpful information. Bankruptcy courts by jurisdiction or by districts. Wisconsin state courts contact information such as telephone numbers and more.
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As there may be more one source to obtaining Wisconsin criminal, civil and divorce records, it is important to search multiple state courts to find the correct records.
Wisconsin State Court Structure:
The Wisconsin municipal courts have exclusive jurisdiction to hear cases that involve ordinance violations. If a municipality does not have a municipal court, ordinance violations are heard in circuit court. Wisconsin's circuit courts have jurisdiction to hear all civil and criminal matters written within the state, including probate, juvenile, and traffic matters, as well as civil and criminal jury trials. Wisconsin's court of appeals for the most part deal with cases of mandatory jurisdiction, meaning appeals from circuit courts and that they are required to hear by law. Wisconsin's highest court is the supreme court. The supreme court has jurisdiction over all Wisconsin courts and has discretion to determine which appeals it will hear. The supreme court may also hear original actions, cases that have not been heard in a lower court. The court selects the cases it will review based on criteria described in the Wisconsin Statutes.
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Wisconsin Civil and Divorce Court Records
Judgments, lawsuits, dissolution of marriage, civil court cases.
|Wisconsin Criminal Court Records
Felony, misdemeanors and traffic violations.
|Wisconsin County Court Records
Filings in my county courthouse.
|Civil, family law cases and divorces, personal injury cases, lawsuits, estate planning and probate matters.
||Most criminal cases are started when a prosecutor, either a district attorney (who represents a county) or the attorney general (who represents the state), files a complaint with the court.
|Circuit courts have original jurisdiction in all of the civil and criminal cases in states, including those of the municipal courts.
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