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753.06(1) (1)Within the 1st judicial administrative district.
753.06(1)(a)(a) Milwaukee County. The circuit has 47 branches.
753.06(2) (2)Within the 2nd judicial administrative district.
753.06(2)(a)(a) Kenosha County. The circuit has 7 branches. Commencing August 1, 2009, the circuit has 8 branches.
753.06(2)(b) (b) Racine County. The circuit has 10 branches.
753.06(2)(c) (c) Walworth County. The circuit has 4 branches.
753.06(3) (3)Within the 3rd judicial administrative district.
753.06(3)(a)(a) Jefferson County. The circuit has 4 branches.
753.06(3)(b) (b) Ozaukee County. The circuit has 3 branches.
753.06(3)(c) (c) Washington County. The circuit has 4 branches.
753.06(3)(d) (d) Waukesha County. The circuit has 12 branches.
753.06(4) (4)Within the 4th judicial administrative district.
753.06(4)(a)(a) Calumet County. The circuit has one branch.
753.06(4)(b) (b) Fond du Lac County. The circuit has 5 branches.
753.06(4)(c) (c) Manitowoc County. The circuit has 3 branches.
753.06(4)(d) (d) Sheboygan County. The circuit has 5 branches.
753.06(4)(e) (e) Winnebago County. The circuit has 6 branches.
753.06(5) (5)Within the 5th judicial administrative district.
753.06(5)(a)(a) Dane County. The circuit has 17 branches.
753.06(5)(b) (b) Green County. The circuit has one branch. Commencing August 1, 2009, the circuit has 2 branches.
753.06(5)(bn) (bn) Lafayette County. The circuit has one branch.
753.06(5)(c) (c) Rock County. The circuit has 7 branches.
753.06(6) (6)Within the 6th judicial administrative district.
753.06(6)(a)(a) Adams County. The circuit has one branch.
753.06(6)(am) (am) Clark County. The circuit has one branch.
753.06(6)(b) (b) Columbia County. The circuit has 3 branches.
753.06(6)(c) (c) Dodge County. The circuit has 3 branches. Commencing August 1, 2008, the circuit has 4 branches.
753.06(6)(d) (d) Green Lake County. The circuit has one branch.
753.06(6)(e) (e) Juneau County. The circuit has one branch. Commencing August 1, 2008, the circuit has 2 branches.
753.06(6)(f) (f) Marquette County. The circuit has one branch.
753.06(6)(g) (g) Portage County. The circuit has 3 branches.
753.06(6)(h) (h) Sauk County. The circuit has 3 branches.
753.06(6)(j) (j) Waushara County. The circuit has one branch.
753.06(6)(k) (k) Wood County. The circuit has 3 branches.
753.06(7) (7)Within the 7th judicial administrative district.
753.06(7)(a)(a) Buffalo and Pepin counties. The circuit has one branch.
753.06(7)(b) (b) Crawford County. The circuit has one branch.
753.06(7)(c) (c) Grant County. The circuit has 2 branches.
753.06(7)(d) (d) Iowa County. The circuit has one branch.
753.06(7)(e) (e) Jackson County. The circuit has one branch.
753.06(7)(f) (f) La Crosse County. The circuit has 4 branches. Commencing August 1, 1999, the circuit has 5 branches.
753.06(7)(h) (h) Monroe County. The circuit has 2 branches. Commencing August 1, 2010, the circuit has 3 branches.
753.06(7)(hm) (hm) Pierce County. The circuit has one branch.
753.06(7)(i) (i) Richland County. The circuit has one branch.
753.06(7)(j) (j) Trempealeau County. The circuit has one branch.
753.06(7)(k) (k) Vernon County. The circuit has one branch.
753.06(8) (8)Within the 8th judicial administrative district.
753.06(8)(a)(a) Brown County. The circuit has 8 branches.
753.06(8)(b) (b) Door County. The circuit has 2 branches.
753.06(8)(c) (c) Kewaunee County. The circuit has one branch.
753.06(8)(d) (d) Marinette County. The circuit has 2 branches.
753.06(8)(e) (e) Oconto County. The circuit has 2 branches.
753.06(8)(f) (f) Outagamie County. The circuit has 7 branches.
753.06(8)(g) (g) Waupaca County. The circuit has 3 branches.
753.06(9) (9)Within the 9th judicial administrative district.
753.06(9)(c)(c) Florence and Forest counties. The circuit has one branch.
753.06(9)(d) (d) Iron County. The circuit has one branch.
753.06(9)(e) (e) Langlade County. The circuit has one branch.
753.06(9)(f) (f) Lincoln County. The circuit has one branch. Commencing August 1, 1999, the circuit has 2 branches.
753.06(9)(g) (g) Marathon County. The circuit has 5 branches.
753.06(9)(h) (h) Menominee and Shawano counties. The circuit has 2 branches.
753.06(9)(i) (i) Oneida County. The circuit has 2 branches.
753.06(9)(j) (j) Price County. The circuit has one branch.
753.06(9)(k) (k) Taylor County. The circuit has one branch.
753.06(9)(L) (L) Vilas County. The circuit has one branch.
753.06(10) (10)Within the 10th judicial administrative district.
753.06(10)(a)(a) Ashland County. The circuit has one branch.
753.06(10)(am) (am) Barron County. The circuit has 2 branches. Commencing August 1, 2008, the circuit has 3 branches.
753.06(10)(b) (b) Bayfield County. The circuit has one branch.
753.06(10)(c) (c) Burnett County. The circuit has one branch.
753.06(10)(d) (d) Chippewa County. The circuit has 2 branches. Commencing August 1, 2008, the circuit has 3 branches.
753.06(10)(e) (e) Douglas County. The circuit has 2 branches.
753.06(10)(f) (f) Dunn County. The circuit has 2 branches.
753.06(10)(g) (g) Eau Claire County. The circuit has 5 branches.
753.06(10)(i) (i) Polk County. The circuit has 2 branches.
753.06(10)(j) (j) Rusk County. The circuit has one branch.
753.06(10)(k) (k) St. Croix County. The circuit has 3 branches. Commencing August 1, 2008, the circuit has 4 branches.
753.06(10)(L) (L) Sawyer County. The circuit has one branch.
753.06(10)(m) (m) Washburn County. The circuit has one branch.
753.061 753.061 Court; branch; judge.
753.061(1) (1) In each judicial circuit, each judgeship shall be given a branch number. Each branch constitutes a circuit court with all the powers and jurisdiction possessed by circuit courts in circuits having one judge only, and may be designated in all papers and proceedings either by its respective number or by the name of its presiding judge.
753.061(2) (2) The chief judge of the 1st judicial administrative district shall designate 2 circuit court branches that will primarily handle cases that involve a violation of ch. 961 involving a controlled substance included in schedule I or II under ch. 961 or a controlled substance analog of a controlled substance included in schedule I or II under ch. 961.
753.061(2m) (2m) The chief judge of the 1st judicial administrative district is authorized to designate 4 circuit court branches to primarily handle violent crime cases that involve a violation of s. 939.63, if a felony is committed while armed, and of ss. 940.01 to 940.03, 940.05, 940.06, 940.225, 943.23 (1g), and 943.32 (2). If the circuit court branches are designated under this subsection, 2 shall begin to primarily handle violent crime cases on September 1, 1991, and 2 shall begin to primarily handle violent crime cases on August 1, 1992.
753.061(5) (5) The state shall reimburse the county for the costs of operating one of the 2 circuit court branches designated under sub. (2m) that begin to primarily handle violent crime cases on September 1, 1991, including the one-time cost of courtroom construction. The costs reimbursable under this subsection shall be paid by the secretary of administration to the county treasurer pursuant to a voucher submitted by the clerk of circuit court to the director of state courts and shall be paid from the appropriation under s. 20.625 (1) (as). The amount reimbursable under this subsection may not exceed $383,100 in the 1991-92 fiscal year and $0 in the 1992-93 fiscal year.
753.061 Annotation Each court branch is endowed under sub. (1) with the full powers of a circuit court and has the same powers as every other branch. Drow v. Schwarz, 225 Wis. 2d 362, 592 N.W.2d 623 (1999), 97-1867.
753.065 753.065 Naturalization proceedings, venue. For the purposes of naturalization proceedings only, pursuant to federal statutes (8 USC 1421), the counties of this state shall be considered as one district. A resident of this state who petitions for naturalization may file the petition with the office of clerk of circuit court located in any of the following cities:
753.065(1) (1) Superior.
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2011-12 Wisconsin Statutes updated though 2013 Wis. Act 200 and all Supreme Court Orders entered before April 11, 2014. Published and certified under s. 35.18. Changes effective after April 11, 2014 are designated by NOTES. (Published 4-11-14)