Municipal Court

  1. Appearing in Court
  2. Pre-Trial / Making a Plea
  3. Trial / Appeals
  4. Restitution / Poverty Hearing
  5. Reopening a Case
  6. Teen Court/Juvenile Matters

Court is held on Wednesday afternoons starting at 4:00 p.m. You are seen on a first come, first serve basis. If your citation is marked MUST APPEAR, you are required to appear in person on the indicated court date to enter a plea.

To change a court date, please call (262)-532-4370. Per the Judge, we do not reschedule on the day of court. 

Default Judgment

Failure to appear in court, pay your forfeiture, or enter a not guilty plea prior to your initial court date will result in a default judgment entered against you with a plea of no contest, a finding of guilty, and penalties imposed.

  1. Operating While Impaired
  2. Ignition Interlock Device
  3. Refusals
  4. Jury Trial


The following penalties are assessed if you are found guilty of an Operating While Impaired (OWI) or an Operating with a Restricted Controlled Substance (ORCS) citation:

*Mandatory Forfeiture

*Mandatory drug and alcohol assessment

*Mandatory revocation of your driver’s license

*Ignition Interlock Device (IID) IF your blood alcohol content is over a .15 or you had a prior OWI over 10 years ago.

Prohibited Alcohol Concentration (PAC)

You may receive a second citation for PAC. Although you can be convicted of both OWI and PAC, points and penalties will only be imposed on one.


Parking Citations 

To Contest a Ticket:

To contest a parking ticket, you must send a letter or Not Guilty Form to the Municipal Court. You will be notified by mail of a pre-trial date.