Remington Center students may find the following web resources useful.
Wisconsin's Circuit Court Automation Program (CCAP) has a website which allows you to search circuit court records for all but two Wisconsin counties. This site should save you time, rather than trying to call court clerks around the state. When you get to the site, read the terms and conditions, click "I agree," then choose "case search.
You can search by party name, case number, date, lawyer's name, and several other factors. You can pull up all sorts of case information, including docket sheets.
The Wisconsin Court of Appeals and Supreme Court have a similar case information web site to CCAP. When you get to the site, read the terms and conditions, click "I agree," and it will take you to a search page.
The Milwaukee Municipal Court has information on City of Milwaukee traffic and civil offenses. When you get to the site, click on "Case Information," read the disclaimer and click "I agree," and it will take you to a search page.
The National Center for State Courts provides court record database information for all states.
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