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Jefferson Municipal Court
425 Collins Road
Contact information is for the court office. Court is held at 317 South Main Street.
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Online Court Resources
Resources for the Jefferson Municipal Court as well as online resources applicable to courts generally in Jefferson County, Wisconsin, and resources applicable to all courts in Wisconsin.
Dockets, calendars, and other information about court cases
Published opinions and orders
Online fine payments
Self help, legal research, general information
Jefferson County Small Claims Information
View information about small claims cases in Jefferson County Circuit Court, including monetary limits, case preparation, filing a claim, judgment collection, and court fees.
Criminal Record Expungement Information
View information on expungement of an adult or juvenile criminal record, and download required forms. Additional resources, FAQs, and governing statutes are also provided.
Child Support Services
The Wisconsin Department of Children and Families provides information about child support establishment and enforcement, modification, and payments. Links to additional resources and forms are provided.
Find Legal Information by Topic
The Wisconsin State Law Library offers information about a variety of legal topics, including civil, criminal, family, and probate matters. An online Learning Center, research assistance, and contact information are also available.
Legal Information and Legal Resources
Search by keyword in the virtual library provided by Legal Action of Wisconsin, or browse by topic, including consumer, elder and family law, housing, individual rights, education, employment, health, immigration, public benefits, and more.
Problem-Solving Court Information
Wisconsin problem-solving courts provide treatment programs in lieu of jail for some offenders. Examples include veterans court, mental health court, and adult and juvenile drug courts.
The State Bar of Wisconsin offers several online self-help services, including answers to frequently asked legal questions, information about legal education and resources, and assistance with finding a lawyer.
Traffic and Motor Vehicle Information
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation offers safety, consumer protection, and regulations for motorists, pedestrians, and operators of commercial vehicles.
Wisconsin Small Claims Guide
Find self-help information for individuals representing themselves in small claims court, including Wisconsin monetary limits, research and trial preparation, and legal forms. View and download the Wisconsin Guide to Small Claims and and other guides for specific small claims actions.
Legal aid, free services, lawyer referral
Find Attorney Discipline Records
View lists of publicly disciplined lawyers and pending disciplinary complaints, from the Wisconsin Office of Lawyer Regulation.
Find Wisconsin Legal Assistance
View resources to find legal representation. Search legal service programs, which offer assistance based upon income, case type or location, or search the Wisconsin State Bar's Lawyer Referral and Information Service for an attorney, organization or agency. Link to information about lawyer selection, hiring, and fee arrangements.
Free Legal Assistance
Legal Action of Wisconsin provides free civil legal assistance to income-eligible residents. Types of cases handled, additional services, eligibility guidelines, contact information, FAQs, and links to additional resources are included.
Lawyer Referral and Information Services
The State Bar of Wisconsin offers a legal information hotline, lawyer referral service, and reduced-cost services for income eligible individuals. Additional legal assistance programs are available for active military, veterans, and first responders.
Wisconsin Attorney Complaint Information
View information about how to make a complaint against an attorney by filing a formal grievance. Grievances may be filed by telephone, mail, or electronic mail. The grievance form and filing instructions, FAQs, and a "Grievances Involving Wisconsin Lawyers" pamphlet are available by link.
Wisconsin State Law Library
The Wisconsin State Law Library offers an online "Ask a Librarian" service, which provides reference and referral information and answers questions about legal research.
Wisconsin State Public Defender
Find information about the Wisconsin State Public Defender's Office, a state agency that provides legal representation to indigent clients.