WELCOME TO WRIGHTSTOWN’S MUNICIPAL COURT WEB PAGE
Our municipal court represents the judicial branch of government in the village (see WI State Statute Chapt. 755). Municipal courts are an independent branch of government and not a department or agency of the municipal government (legislative branch) or the municipal police department (executive branch). In addition to ruling on municipal violations, the municipal court is designed to create a forum for its citizens to resolve disputes. We are here to serve the citizens of Wrightstown with the upmost respect and aim to provide an efficient, effective and productive service.
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PURPOSE OF OUR COURT
The municipal court is a community based alternative to the criminal justice system that has exclusive jurisdiction over all alleged violations of village ordinances such as traffic offenses (including a first offense for drunk/drugged driving), zoning violations and certain noncriminal violations that parallel the Criminal Code, (such as retail theft or disorderly conduct) whether committed by adults or juveniles, under which the penalty is a forfeiture.
COURT CONTACT INFORMATION
Municipal Court Clerk
POSITION IS CURRENTLY OPEN
920-532-5547 ext 30
Perry D. Kingsbury
920-532-5547 ext 31
We are a part time court and our hours vary.
- History of the Wrightstown Municipal Court
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- Municipal Court Frequently Asked Questions
- Municipal Court Payments
- Municipal Court Forms
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