RESERVE JURORS ON CALL FOR TUESDAY, JANUARY 21st, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 22nd, AND THURSDAY, JANUARY 23rd
Reserve jurors with last names beginning with the letters S through Z are not needed for the afternoon of Thursday, January 23rd. Your jury service is now complete and you cannot be called again for at least four years. Thank you for serving.
Reserve jurors with last names beginning with the letters A through R who did not report in as previously instructed should call (414)278-4469 to reschedule your jury service.
The state's 72 counties are grouped into nine judicial administrative districts. Milwaukee County is the First Judicial District. In each district there is a Chief Judge appointed by the Supreme Court and Deputy Chief Judge(s) appointed by the Chief Judge. The Chief Judge, who may serve up to three consecutive two-year terms, supervises and directs the administration of the district.
A professional District Court Administrator and a District Administrative Assistant, both employees of the Director of State Courts and permanently located in the district, assist the Chief Judge.
District 1 Judge Directory
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Fee Waiver Application
This affidavit is to be completed by an individual seeking to waive fees and costs in commencing, prosecuting or defending any matter in any circuit court. (Forms CV-438 or CV-440 are to be used for prisoners seeking to commence an action or special proceeding without prepayment of filing fees, costs or security for costs.)
Complete the form, sign it in front of a notary public, and take it and proof of your eligibility (including proof of benefits currently being received, or the most recent month's worth of pay stubs/proof of income) to Room 609 of the Milwaukee County Courthouse. Once approved, this waiver is good for 30 days.
CV-410A Petition and Waiver of Fees/Costs, Affidavit of Indigency and Order
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Milwaukee County Law Library
The Milwaukee County Law Library (MCLL) is a public law library operated by the Wisconsin State Law Library under a contract with Milwaukee County.
The mission of the Milwaukee County Law Library is to serve the legal information needs of Milwaukee County government, judges, attorneys and the public by providing the highest quality of professional expertise in the selection, maintenance, and use of materials, information and technology to facilitate equal access to the law.
The library's collection contains Wisconsin primary legal materials, as well as State Bar of Wisconsin CLE practice books and other secondary legal materials. The library also has a limited amount of federal materials, including the United States Code Service, Milwaukee City ordinances, general reference books and some titles aimed at the non-lawyer. The library offers three public access computers with free access to the Internet, Westlaw and the Wisconsin State Law Library catalog (including MCLL titles). Family law forms for Milwaukee County self-represented (pro se) litigants are available at the MCLL for a fee. Staff members of the MCLL are not attorneys and cannot assist with filling out pro se legal forms. Visit the Milwaukee Justice Center for assistance completing forms.
Borrowing privileges are available to court staff, licensed attorneys, federal, state, county, and city government agency employees. Library cards obtained at the MCLL can also be used at the Wisconsin State Law Library. Books from the Wisconsin State Law Library may be shipped to the MCLL free of charge.
Photocopies and computer printouts are available at a cost of $.25 per page.
Library Associate: Jamie Neuendorf
Phone: (414) 278-4900
Fax: (414) 223-1818
Libary is located:
Milwaukee County Courthouse
901 N 9th St., Room G-8
Milwaukee, WI 53233
Interpreter & ADA Services
Under current law, if a court determines that a person has limited English proficiency and that an interpreter is necessary, the court must advise the person that he or she has the right to a qualified interpreter at public expense in any type of case (criminal and civil).
Additionally, the court may authorize the use of interpreters in the following circumstances: (a) if a person with limited English proficiency requests assistance of the clerk of circuit courts regarding a legal proceeding, the clerk may provide the assistance of a qualified interpreter to respond to the person's inquiry; and (b) with approval of the court, interpreter services outside the courtroom that are related to the court proceedings, including court-ordered psychiatric or medical exams or mediation. The court may accept a waiver of the right to a qualified interpreter from a person with limited English proficiency at any point in a court proceeding, if the court advises the person of the nature and effect of the waiver, and determines on the record that the waiver has been made knowingly, intelligently and voluntarily.
Interpreter Request Form
ADA Accommodation Form