How to Access a Circuit Court in Wisconsin

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Any trials in the Wisconsin Circuit Court are put in a database that allows anyone to access the information. With a quick search, you can do a background check on anyone who lives in the state of Wisconsin. Though all details are not necessarily available, you can find out what type of trial someone was involved in, along with the ruling. You can also use this website to find the most updated information on a person's whereabouts.

1 Visit the Wisconsin Circuit Court's

Visit the Wisconsin Circuit Court's website.

2 Agree

Agree to the user agreement that states you understand the limitations of the website and the type of information available. If you are an employer, it can be against the law to use the information against a person applying for a job.

3 Fill in as many fields as as possible

Fill in as many fields as possible. If you are looking for information on a particular person, complete the person's name, including middle initial if possible, along with birthday, address, and other information - the more information you provide, the more accurate your search results will be.

4 Click the Case Number

Click the "Case Number" to view a case. Beside the case number you will find the county it was filed in, the name of the parties involved, and a caption that goes with the filing.

Sara Hickman owns a preschool science-based entertainment business in the Greater Cincinnati area. She has a bachelor's degree in communication and psychology from the University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point.