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Wisconsin Court Records Search

Wisconsin Court Records Search
Michelle S. August 3, 2022

 Those who intend to run the Wisconsin court records search have a few things they need to consider. In essence, the first step you need to take is checking your eligibility to run the Wisconsin court records search.


If the answer is positive, only then can you start the Wisconsin court records search process. You will need to identify the court where the hearings on the case were held by running the Wisconsin court search on the official government website.


Finally, once all of the steps above have been completed, you are able to run the Wisconsin court records search. This article will examine where and how to run the Wisconsin court records search.

 

Who is eligible to run a Wisconsin court records search?


In most cases, the only person who can access both confidential and public Wisconsin court records is the party in the case. In case you are not a party in the case, make sure you belong to any of the following groups to run the Wisconsin court records search:


A person authorized by a party

A third party authorized by a party is eligible to run a Wisconsin court search and help the party look up all the Wisconsin court information on the case.


Legal Aid and Government Staff

People who represent legal aid and the government can access Wisconsin civil court records remotely.


Court-appointed people

People appointed by the Wisconsin court are eligible to execute the Wisconsin court records search.


It is worth noting that all parties mentioned above will have no access to electronic Wisconsin court records of criminal, juvenile justice, child welfare cases, or confidential electronic records unless stated otherwise by the court.




Where to run the Wisconsin court records search?


Where and how to run a Wisconsin court records search strictly depends on the type of Wisconsin court records you have.


For instance, paper-based Wisconsin court records can only be accessed at the courthouse, whereas electronic Wisconsin court records can be found both at the courthouse and remotely.


To establish whether you can run the Wisconsin court records search remotely, you need to run the Wisconsin court search first. The reason behind that is that not all Wisconsin courts have the possibility to access the Wisconsin court records online.


You can run the Wisconsin court search on the official government website; if your court offers the possibility to run the Wisconsin court records search remotely, make sure to run it on several platforms.


The Wisconsin court system website is good for finding all the case-related Wisconsin court information, whereas independent search platforms like backgroundcheck.co provide the possibility to run the background check on the parties involved in the case.




Wisconsin Court System Website (www.wicourts.gov)


There are multiple services you could use when running a Wisconsin court records search on the official government website.


Aside from e-filing the case-related documents online and making payments through the official Wisconsin court system, you can also run the Wisconsin court records search at:


* Circuit Court

If you intend to run the Wisconsin court records search at one of the Wisconsin circuit courts, make sure you know the first, middle, and last names of the party involved, their birthdate, the county where the hearings were held, and the case number (if known).


* Pending Supreme Court

If you want to run the pending Wisconsin court records at the supreme court's databases, make sure you know the case number in advance.


Supreme Court and Court of Appeals

If you want to run the Wisconsin court records search at the supreme court or court of appeals databases, make sure to know the following information:


* Appeal Number (e.g., Type 04ap1256 for case 2004AP001256)

* Circuit Court Case Number (e.g., Type 02cf1 for case 2002CF000001)

* First/Middle/Last Party Name or a Business Name (if it concerns the Wisconsin civil court records)

* First and Last Attorney Names

County

* Statewide

* Court Type (circuit, district, supreme, court of appeals)

* District

Filing Date

* Case Status (remanded, open, close, pending remit)



 

Independent search engine (backgroundcheck.co)


There are multiple independent search engines that provide the possibility to do a background check on the parties involved in the case. Backgroundcheck.co allows you to back up the Wisconsin court records search with the background information on the parties.


Once you hit the "search" button, you can look up the following information:


* Background Records

* Phone Number

* Public Records

* Address Information

* Police & Court Records

* Social Media Accounts & Information

Marriage & Divorce Records

* Unclaimed Money Database

* Sex Offenders & Their Locations

* Privacy Program

* Mugshots

* Wisconsin Court Records

* Wisconsin Civil Court Records

 

If you still have some questions left, make sure to contact the court directly via phone or email provided on the official website.

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