Welcome to the Waukesha County Circuit Courts web site. The Judges, Clerk of Circuit Court, and staff in the Waukesha County court system are committed to providing a fair and efficient system of justice that is worthy of the trust and confidence of the public.
**Effective July 1, 2016 - New Wisconsin Rules regarding: Protected Information and Mandatory eFiling. Important changes to some Family and Civil forms. For further information see http://www.wicourts.gov. The Waukesha County Circuit Courts Website to be updated soon.**
**Effective November 15, 2016 - Waukesha County is a mandatory eFiling county. Please see the eFiling link below for more information.
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Waukesha will have voluntary e-filing for Probate (PR and IN) case types effective 9/15/17. A mandatory e-filing date for these case types will be es...
Waukesha will have voluntary e-filing for Probate (PR and IN) case types effective 9/15/17. A mandatory e-filing date for these case types will be established in 2018.
Judicial rotation will occur August 1, 2017. The changes are as follows:
|Circuit Court Judge||Current Division||New Division||Courtroom|
|Maria S. Lazar||Civil||Criminal/Traffic||C162|
|William J. Domina||Juvenile||Civil||C295|
|Lloyd V. Carter||Criminal/Traffic||Juvenile||JC-124|
|Jennifer R. Dorow||Family||Civil||C267|
|Patrick C. Haughney||Civil||Family||C263|
|Paul Bugenhagen Jr.||Family||Family||C370|
The full rotation order can be found here.
All Drug Treatment Court cases will stay with Judge Lloyd V. Carter
When sending mail to those judges who are rotating in July, please note on the front of the envelope, the division for which the mail is intended.
Please take special note that the current phone numbers for the Deputy Clerks and Calendar Clerks for the above judiciary will remain the same, despite the fact that they are rotating to a new Circuit Court Division.
The Waukesha County 2016 Annual Jury Program Report is now available.
This report analyzes the performance of our jury system in several key areas as required by Wisconsin Supreme Court Rules, and provides key stakeholders with an overview of the operations of this vital program. In addition to program related information and statistics, this report includes a summary of juror exit surveys and a sampling of juror comments which are used for the purpose of improving this program. The report closes with 2016 accomplishments and 2017 jury program initiatives.