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There are Domestic Abuse and Harassment informational forms that can be obtained at the Clerk of Court office or online.
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You may use the Appearance Times Page to search by location, official, and date, or you may use the Wisconsin Courts Website "CCAP" database to "find your" case(s) by using your first and last name. The CCAP database will bring up everyone with that name, so you may need to verify which case(s) are yours. If you know your case number, you could type the case number and select the county your case is filed in.
There is also a "Kiosk" located on the 2nd floor of the Courthouse for the public to use to look up circuit court cases that are scheduled for a hearing that day.
If you have a court case and provide your cell phone number, you will receive a text message notice of upcoming court activities for criminal, traffic, and forfeiture cases. If you want it for other cases type, you will need to contact the Clerk of Court to provide your cell phone number. There is an option to opt-out to stop the messages.
Visit the Wisconsin Circuit Court Access Website for more information.
Appearances on new charges are held at different times throughout the day/week. Please contact either the District Attorney's Office at (715) 346-1300 or the Clerk of Courts Office anytime after 10:30 am.
These appearances are normally held during the late morning hours or in the early afternoon. If a call is made too early, the information will not be available. The defendant may or may not appear in person in the courtroom for the appearance. Many times they will appear by video appearance at the jail.
If you are the Defendant, an appearance is required for all scheduled hearings unless otherwise noted. If you fail to appear for any appearance, a warrant will be issued for your arrest and you may be charged with bail-jumping.
If you are unable to appear, you should immediately contact your attorney or, if you have not retained an attorney, the District Attorney's Office at (715) 346-1300 or the Clerk of Courts Office.