GENERAL PROVISIONS CONCERNING COURTS OF RECORD,
JUDGES, ATTORNEYS AND CLERKS
Justices and judges and municipal judges; oath of office; ineligibility to other office; salary; conservators of peace.
Judge to file affidavit as to work done to receive salary.
Vacancy in judgeship not to affect suits.
Failure to adjourn.
Adjournment to another place.
Continuances; legislative privilege.
Holding court, effect of holidays.
Process, etc., to be in English.
Disqualification of judge.
Judge not to act as attorney, etc.; attorneys not to have office with judge.
Court commissioner, when disqualified.
Liability of judicial officers.
Money in court, how deposited.
Court officers, liability of to arrest.
Trust accounts required.
Penalty for practicing without license.
Attorney not to be bail, etc.
Blank process to attorneys.
Lien on proceeds of action to enforce cause of action.
When action settled by parties, what proof to enforce lien.
Consent of attorney in settlement of actions for personal injuries.
Judges may direct calendars to be printed.
Law library; Milwaukee County.
Sharing of compensation by attorneys prohibited.
Reporter not to take statements of injured persons.
Taxes of this state enforced in other states.
Guardian ad litem must be an attorney.
Guardian ad litem for persons not in being or unascertainable.
Retention and disposal of court records.
Judicial administrative districts.
Recovery of legal fees paid for indigent defendants.
Testimony of judge of kin to attorney.
Supplemental court commissioners.
Circuit court commissioners.
Powers and duties of circuit court commissioners.
Hearings before court commissioners.
Request for jury; panel.
Supreme court; disposition.
Confidentiality of proceedings.
Temporary suspension by supreme court.
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