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Clerk of Court

lady-justiceThe mission of the Clerk of Courts is to facilitate the creation, maintenance, disposition, and preservation of the written record of all proceedings that come before the Circuit Court System of Juneau County. Our goal is to provide prompt and efficient service to the public and all participants. The office of the clerk of circuit court is part of the Wisconsin judicial system and the responsibilities are governed by state statute and Wisconsin Supreme Court Rules. The information and tasks in the clerk of circuit court office are extremely specialized and must be completed with a high degree of accuracy.

The department has the responsibilities to process all records in an accurate, timely, and efficient manner, as the work affects every justice system agency.  Our office uses an effective management of all business functions of the courts including custodian of the record, custodian of the electronic record, management of the jury system, responsibility for all court system finances in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles, and court administration serving two circuit court judges and a court commissioner.

e-Filing is mandatory* we will not accept paper filings by mail, email, in person, or by fax. You must become an e-filer.
*optional for self-represented litigants to e-File.
Hours of operation:
Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 4:30 pm except for holidays. Please check our Court Calendar.
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The Clerk of Court and staff are NOT allowed to give legal advice.  Legal questions should be directed to your attorney or the Lawyer Referral Service at 1-800-360-9082.
  
Court staff may not provide legal advice or recommend a specific course of action for an individual.  Our office does provide some forms, written instructions and common, routinely employed court procedures to assist court users. Court staff shall remain impartial and may not provide or withhold assistance for the purpose of giving one party an advantage over another.  It is advised that an individual seek the assistance of an attorney for more comprehensive and individualized assistance (Supreme Court Rule 70.41)

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