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Can citizens access the public records of the Wisconsin Circuit Courts?

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The Wisconsin Circuit Courts system has a website available for individuals to access certain information about public records. The website is wcca.wicourts.gov, and no fee is charged to use the site.

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To use the website, individuals must agree to the terms listed. Information regarding civil commitments or cases involving juveniles, such as guardianship, is not accessible. Site visitors can gather information by entering a person's name and, if known, the county that person lives in. Information regarding any circuit court cases involving the individual will then be displayed. There is also an area to search for docketed judgements and other governmental website links.

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