FOR QUESTIONS ON THE STATUS OF A HEARING IN YOUR CASE DUE TO COVID-19 PRECAUTIONS, PLEASE CHECK THE WISCONSIN COURT SYSTEM WEBSITE OR CALL THE CLERK OF COURTS AT 920-386-3570
YOU MAY BE ABLE TO APPEAR BY TELEPHONE FOR YOUR HEARING, CALL THE CLERK OF COURTS FOR INFORMATION AT 920-386-3570
NEW JURIES ARE CANCELLED FROM MARCH 13 THROUGH MAY 22, 2020
DUE TO COVID-19 VIRUS PRECAUTIONS
The State of Wisconsin has declared a public health emergency regarding the COVID-19 pandemic. In consultation with Presiding Judge Brian Pfitzinger and Clerk of Courts Lynn Hron, jury service for anyone summoned from March 13, 2020 through MAY 22, 2020 is cancelled. Jurors summoned for this time period are not required to report to the Dodge County Courthouse. Any jurors scheduled to appear after April 3rd will be provided with updates. If you have any questions please call 920-386-3930 or 920-386-3571. Thank you.
The mission of the Clerk of Circuit Court is to serve the citizens of Dodge County by providing superior justice support service and assistance to all court system participants in a timely, efficient and ethical manner, and to enhance public confidence in our justice system.
The office of the Clerk of Circuit Court is established by Wisconsin State Constitution and the Clerk is elected by the residents of Dodge County for a four year term. The Clerk maintains records of all documents filed with the court, keeps a record of court proceedings, and collects, disburses and reconciles monies related to court cases. The Clerk of Circuit Court is a key player in the implementation of court automation, has responsibility for jury management, and is fiscally responsible for millions of dollars in fees, fines and forfeitures paid through the clerk's office annually.
Additionally, Administrative Services staff coordinates and manage the safe-keeping of all funds ordered held in trust by the circuit court.