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Courts Wisconsin Court System. Court Structure. Case Law Research Tutorial. When you begin a video and hover your cursor over the video window, you are offered several options: Closed captioning Search searches the captions, can take you directly to the point in the video where a specific word is mentioned Playback speed faster or slower Full screen mode. Misdemeanor files are retained for 20 years after final judgment. Traffic files are kept for 5 years after final judgment. Can I search criminal or traffic records online?
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You can search cases online through the Wisconsin Circuit Court Access website. You will find information about your case, including court dates on this site. Public access computers are available in the viewing room at the Clerk of Court's office on the 2nd floor of the Rock County Court House. You can also search indexes for older cases that are not in the computer. Is there a charge for searching records? If you conduct the search, there is no charge. How do I get copies of documents in case files? I posted a cash bond in a criminal action.
How do I get my bond money back? If the case is still open, the judge will usually require the bond to remain on deposit to secure the defendant's appearance in court, or you may arrange for the surrender of the defendant to the sheriff. After the case is closed, any remaining bond after it is applied to the fine, court costs, assessments, and surcharges will be returned to the person designated on the bond form.
Note that if the defendant failed to appear for a court date or otherwise violated bond conditions, the judge may order that the bond be forfeited and issue a bench warrant for the arrest of the defendant.
What are Huber Privileges? How do I report an address change? All address changes must be made in writing, either in person or by mail, to the Clerk of Circuit Court. Your must include your case number. How do I pay my fine? Please visit the Paying Fees, Fines or Forfeitures page. I received a traffic ticket. Do I have to go to court? Your ticket will indicate whether or not your appearance in court is required.
My ticket says appearance in court is required. Can I avoid going to court? You must appear in court at the time and date stated on your ticket.
My ticket says I am not required to appear in court. What happens if I don't go to court? A default judgment will be entered against you for the "deposit bail" amount shown on the ticket. You will be allowed no more than 60 days after the date of judgment to pay the forfeiture. Failure to pay will result in one or more of the following enforcement actions:.
I want to go to court even though I am not required to appear.
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What will happen if I appear in court? The date on the citation is not a trial date; it is an initial appearance before a court commissioner. At this initial appearance you are given a chance to plead guilty, no contest, or not guilty to the charge. Simply appearing in court will not guarantee that your ticket will be reduced. The citation may already be charging the minimum forfeiture and points for the alleged violation. I want to plead "not guilty" to the traffic citation.
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Must I go to court to enter a plea? Your plea may be entered in writing, provided you send it to the Clerk of Court prior to the court date shown on the citation. You may submit a written plea to the Clerk of Circuit Court in person; via fax at ; or by mail.
Your correspondence must include: the charge and violation date, the date you were scheduled to appear, the name of the police agency that issued your ticket, the ticket number, your current mailing address and phone number. If you plead "not guilty," notification of a future court date will be mailed to you. What happens after I enter a "not guilty" plea? Your case will be scheduled for either a jury trial or a trial in front of a judge.
I want a trial by jury; what should I do? You have a right to have a trial by jury, but you permanently waive that right if you don't pay the jury fee within 10 days of entering your not guilty plea. What if I don't want a jury trial? By default, your trial will be in front of a judge if you don't post the jury fee in time. I want to discuss my case with the prosecutor. What should I do?