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Adult disabled child: court may order support re annulment, divorce, or legal separation -  AB271
Adult disabled child: court may order support re annulment, divorce, or legal separation -  SB534
Attorney fees: factors a court must consider in determining reasonableness -  SE1 AB12
Attorney fees: factors a court must consider in determining reasonableness -  SE1 SB12
Battery or threats to cause harm to a court employee or threats to cause damage to a courthouse: felony penalty provisions; JRCCP report -  AB424
OAR, OWS, and OWL provisions of 2005 WisAct 412 repealed, new penalties created; court required to revoke and DOT may revoke operating privilege if violation caused great bodily harm or death, out of state conviction provision; penalties for driving around or through a railroad crossing gate or barrier or failure to stop for a traffic officer or railroad employee at a crossing revised; JRCCP report -  AB80
Self-defense resulting in death or great bodily harm: court presumption criteria created, civil liability immunity provisions [A.Sub.Amdt.3: further revisions, motor vehicle and place of business added; S.Amdt.1: ``police officer" replaced with ``public safety worker"] -  AB69
Self-defense resulting in death or great bodily harm: court presumption criteria created, civil liability immunity provisions - SB79
State compliance with court orders: special committee created to examine, report required -  JR1 AR2
court _ appellateCourt — Appellate, see also Supreme Court
Actions in which sole defendant is the state, a state board or commission, or certain state officers, employees, or agents: plaintiff may designate county in which to bring the action; appellant may select court of appeals district in which to appeal the judgment or order of a circuit court - AB156
Actions in which sole defendant is the state, a state board or commission, or certain state officers, employees, or agents: plaintiff may designate county in which to bring the action; appellant may select court of appeals district in which to appeal the judgment or order of a circuit court [S.Amdt.1: action commenced by a prisoner provision added] - SB117
Actions in which sole defendant is the state, a state board or commission, or certain state officers, employees, or agents: 2011 WisAct 61 provisions revised so an action may be brought in Dane County, plaintiff's county of residence, or county plaintiff's place of business or registered agent is located; appeal of judgment or order provision -  SB505
Lapses from circuit court, court of appeals, and Supreme Court appropriations [A.Sub.Amdt.1: Sec. 9245 (2f)]  - AB40
court _ appellate _ judgeCourt — Appellate — Judge, see Judge — Appellate court
court _ clerkCourt — Clerk
Battery or threats to cause harm to a court employee or threats to cause damage to a courthouse: felony penalty provisions; JRCCP report -  AB424
Elections for DA, sheriff, register of deeds, county clerk, treasurer, surveyor, coroner, and clerk of circuit court made nonpartisan and term of office to begin the first Monday in June: constitutional amendment (1st consideration)  - AJR51
Self-help center in county courthouse: county board may direct clerk of courts to operate, fee provision [Sec. 1671; original bill only] -  AB40
Self-help center in county courthouse: county board may direct clerk of courts to operate, fee provision [Sec. 1671]  - SB27
Town incorporated as a city or village: organizing the first election of officers changed from circuit court clerk to county clerk requirement -  AB506
Unclaimed money or security held by a municipal or county officer or clerk of court: deposit into public treasury provisions revised -  AB507
Unclaimed money or security or case-related funds received from the circuit court clerk: county treasurer may post notice to the county's Web site -  AB45
Unclaimed money or security or case-related funds received from the circuit court clerk: county treasurer may post notice to the county's Web site -  SB37
court _ commissionerCourt — Commissioner
Equally divided determinations of the Wisconsin Supreme Court on matters of judicial discipline or permanent disability clarifications -  AB683
court _ feeCourt — Fee
Blood test fee: person in court on an OWI-related offense assessed costs associated with certain tests, alternative test exception [A.Sub.Amdt.1: Sec. 3490g, r, 3552m, 9309 (1d)] - AB40
Blood test fee: persons in court on an OWI-related offense assessed costs associated with certain tests, alternative test exception -  AB108
Blood test fee: persons in court on an OWI-related offense assessed costs associated with certain tests, alternative test exception -  SB76
Contribution surcharge to crime prevention organizations: circuit court and municipal court may order for certain ordinance violations; forfeiture, fine, and court costs provisions - AB385
Contribution surcharge to crime prevention organizations: circuit court and municipal court may order for certain ordinance violations; forfeiture, fine, and court costs provisions - SB541
Crime victim and witness surcharge allocation [Sec. 3547-3552] -  AB40
Crime victim and witness surcharge allocation [Sec. 3547-3552] -  SB27
Justice information surcharge revenue structure revised; OJA funding re statistics on civil legal services to indigent persons eliminated; DAs to work with OSER re moneys for assistant DA salaries; child advocacy center grants from OJA reduced [Sec. 206, 328, 329, 331, 335, 625, 697, 717-719, 728, 729, 731, 734, 736-738, 768-770, 3476, 3477, 9113 (1); A.Sub.Amdt.1: further revisions, assistant DA salaries provision deleted, Milwaukee County grant added, justice information sharing program appropriation account, and drug offender diversion surcharge fund deficit plan, 330e-s, 735m, 9101 (4j), 9301 (3j), deletes 697, 769, 770, 3476, 9113 (1)]  - AB40
Justice information surcharge revenue structure revised; OJA funding re statistics on civil legal services to indigent persons eliminated; DAs to work with OSER re moneys for assistant DA salaries; child advocacy center grants from OJA reduced [Sec. 206, 328, 329, 331, 335, 625, 697, 717-719, 728, 729, 731, 734, 736-738, 768-770, 3476, 3477, 9113 (1)]  - SB27
Municipal court fee: maximum increased -  AB285
Municipal court fee: maximum increased -  SB252
Municipal court practice and procedure revisions re filing oath and bond of a municipal judge, signatures on citations or complaints alleging violation of an ordinance, default judgment against a defendant who fails to appear at trial, and transcript fee for electronic recording of court proceedings (remedial legislation) -  SB454
Small claims actions: jurisdictional limit increased; filing fee revised -  AB106
Small claims actions: jurisdictional limit increased; filing fee revised -  SB70
court _ municipalCourt — Municipal
Contribution surcharge to crime prevention organizations: circuit court and municipal court may order for certain ordinance violations; forfeiture, fine, and court costs provisions - AB385
Contribution surcharge to crime prevention organizations: circuit court and municipal court may order for certain ordinance violations; forfeiture, fine, and court costs provisions - SB541
Electronic records of the juvenile court may be transferred to a law enforcement agency; Director of State Courts, CCAP, confidentiality, and forfeiture provisions [S.Sub.Amdt.2: further revisions, disclosure to another juvenile court, municipal court, court of criminal jurisdiction, and certain prosecutors, attorneys, and guardians ad litem, restrictions on information re physical and mental health and other sensitive personal matters] - SB173
Electronic records of the juvenile court may be transferred to another juvenile court, municipal court, courts of criminal jurisdiction, DAs and other prosecutors, and law enforcement agencies; Director of State Courts, CCAP, confidentiality, and forfeiture provisions -  AB537
Municipal court fee: maximum increased -  AB285
Municipal court fee: maximum increased -  SB252
Municipal court judgment may be paid by assignment of earnings, pension, or prizes; municipal utility providing electric and water service to rental dwelling prohibited from using arrearage collection procedure under certain conditions  - AB182
Municipal court practice and procedure revisions re filing oath and bond of a municipal judge, signatures on citations or complaints alleging violation of an ordinance, default judgment against a defendant who fails to appear at trial, and transcript fee for electronic recording of court proceedings (remedial legislation) -  SB454
Municipal judges required to be licensed Wisconsin attorneys  - AB101
Municipal judges required to be licensed Wisconsin attorneys  - SB318
Person alleged to have violated criminal law, civil law, or municipal ordinance and has not previously been adjudicated delinquent and is subject to circuit court or municipal court rather than juvenile court jurisdiction: age raised from 17 to 18 - AB703
Absconding without paying for gasoline or diesel fuel: additional option for civil redress for the fuel retailer; DOT and affidavit provisions -  AB416
Absconding without paying for gasoline or diesel fuel: additional option for civil redress for the fuel retailer; DOT and affidavit provisions -  SB314
Abusive work environment prohibition created; WC exclusive remedy exception permitting a civil action in circuit court; affirmative defense and definition provisions  - AB364
Abusive work environment prohibition created; WC exclusive remedy exception permitting a civil action in circuit court; affirmative defense and definition provisions  - SB277
Actions affecting the family and paternity actions: form for SSN of minor children [Sec. 3478-3481, 9308 (2), (3)]  - AB40
Actions affecting the family and paternity actions: form for SSN of minor children [Sec. 3478-3481, 9308 (2), (3)]  - SB27
Actions in which sole defendant is the state, a state board or commission, or certain state officers, employees, or agents: plaintiff may designate county in which to bring the action; appellant may select court of appeals district in which to appeal the judgment or order of a circuit court - AB156
Actions in which sole defendant is the state, a state board or commission, or certain state officers, employees, or agents: plaintiff may designate county in which to bring the action; appellant may select court of appeals district in which to appeal the judgment or order of a circuit court [S.Amdt.1: action commenced by a prisoner provision added] - SB117
Actions in which sole defendant is the state, a state board or commission, or certain state officers, employees, or agents: 2011 WisAct 61 provisions revised so an action may be brought in Dane County, plaintiff's county of residence, or county plaintiff's place of business or registered agent is located; appeal of judgment or order provision -  SB505
Administrative agency actions: awarding costs revised; eliminates requirement that hearing examiners and courts rely on certain federal case law -  AB223
Administrative agency actions: awarding costs revised; eliminates requirement that hearing examiners and courts rely on certain federal case law -  SB191
Administrative rule-making process: changes made by 2011 WisActs 21 and 32 eliminated, prior law restored  - AB389
Administrative rule revisions re state agency authority to promulgate and implement standards, gubernatorial approval, economic impact analysis, and venue in judicial review actions and in actions against the state [A.Sub.Amdt.1: further revisions, legislative review of proposed rules and JCRAR duties modified; A.Amdt.10: local governmental units provision]  - JR1 AB8
Administrative rule revisions re state agency authority to promulgate and implement standards, gubernatorial approval, economic impact analysis, and venue in judicial review actions and in actions against the state -  JR1 SB8
Alternatives to prosecuting and incarcerating offenders who abuse alcohol or other drugs: counties required to match portion of OJA grants [Sec. 330] -  AB40
Alternatives to prosecuting and incarcerating offenders who abuse alcohol or other drugs: counties required to match portion of OJA grants [Sec. 330] -  SB27
Animal cruelty resulting in great bodily harm, disfigurement, or death made a felony; adequate food and water and abandonment provisions; court may order psychological assessment or counseling and bar a violator from owning an animal  - AB593
Annexation by city or village: towns authorized to challenge certain procedure in court [A.Sub.Amdt.1: further revisions, county board approval of cross-county annexation no longer needed, town may ask DOA to review proposed annexation and if a requirement is violated, the town my challenge in circuit court] -  AB181
Annexation by city or village: towns authorized to challenge certain procedure in court -  SB129
Attorneys representing criminal defendants authorized to issue subpoenas -  AB84
Attorneys representing criminal defendants authorized to issue subpoenas -  SB73
Bail bond surety corporation and agent licensing provisions created [A.Sub.Amdt.1: Sec. 496m, 3205p, r, 3212m, 3541g, r, 9140 (5c)] -  AB40
Birth certificate: adult who was adopted as a child may petition the court to have original information restored  - AB12
Child sex offenses: mandatory minimum sentence required for specified offenses, exception if offender was under 18 years old [A.Amdt.1: mandatory requirement removed, court may impose lesser sentence than required or place person on probation if person is no more than 24 months older than the victim; S.Amdt.1: 24 months changed to 48]  - AB209
Chiropractic service fees paid from attorney contingency fees re motor vehicle accident [A.Sub.Amdt.1: Sec. 3503g, 9309 (1f)] - AB40
Commercial bail bond agents, recovery agents, and agencies: licensure and certification provisions created; DSPS duties specified and advisory committee created  - AB567
Default judgment entered against a counterdefendant or cross defendant in civil lawsuit revised  - AB600
Default judgment entered against a counterdefendant or cross defendant in civil lawsuit revised  - SB451
DNA sample: court to put person found delinquent or not guilty by reason of mental defect, sentenced, declared a sexual predator, or in custody for a crime requiring a DNA sample into sheriff's custody long enough to provide a sample; DOJ duty  - SB169
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