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WCCA Website Updates: 3/30/18


The WCCA website was be updated on March 30, 2018 with changes to case display and the display of criminal charge modifier information:

Display period changes
  1. Criminal felony and misdemeanor cases on which all charges have a disposition of dismissed or acquitted will display on WCCA for 2 years after entry of the final order on the case.
  2. Small claims cases with stipulated dismissals will display on WCCA for 2 years after the final order on the case.
  3. Injunctions under Wis. Stat. Chapter 813 for domestic abuse, child abuse, individual at risk, and harassment, which result in a dismissal or a denial will display for 2 years after entry of the final order.
 
Modifier placement changes
  1. Criminal charge modifiers will be displayed on the executive summary of each case. When the "Attempt" modifier is used, the word "Attempted" will precede the charge description. For example, the current executive summary charge description "Danielle J Defendant was found guilty of Armed Robbery, a class C felony, ..." will be revised to read "Danielle J Defendant was found guilty of Attempted Armed Robbery, a class C felony, ..." All other modifiers will be placed on their own lines, beneath the call-out heading "Modifiers."
  2. Criminal charge modifiers will also be clearly visible within the case summary, existing beneath the applicable charge, on an indented line labeled "Modifiers". Currently, the case summary doesn't display modifiers.

For help on how to use the WCCA website, please click here.