- AS OF MARCH 24, 2020, THE COURT OFFICE IS CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC. IF YOU REQUIRE ASSISTANCE, PLEASE CALL OUR OFFICE AT 608-824-7370, OR EMAIL AT COURT@CI.MIDDLETON.WI.US.
- ALL COURT DATES IN MARCH AND APRIL ARE CANCELLED. IF YOU HAVE A COURT DATE IN THIS TIMEFRAME, WE WILL SEND YOU A RESCHEDULING NOTICE WITH A NEW COURT DATE/TIME. PLEASE NOTE THAT IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY TO PROVIDE US WITH ANY ADDRESS CHANGES. SHOULD YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, PLEASE CALL THE COURT OFFICE AT 608-824-7370. CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION.
Your citation includes your court date and time in the top left corner. This is referred to as your Initial Appearance court date. Please contact the court at 608-824-7370 if you need assistance.
- Adult Initial Appearances - Click here for more information.
- Juvenile Initial Appearances - Click here for more information.
Pre-Trial Conferences for Not Guilty Pleas
If you enter a plea of not guilty, your case will be scheduled for a Pre-trial Conference with the City's prosecuting attorney. If you wish to enter a not guilty plea without appearing in court, your plea must be submitted in writing and received prior to your scheduled Initial Appearance. Click here for more information regarding Pre-trial Conference procedures.
Operating While Intoxicated 1st Offense
If you are found guilty of an Operating While Intoxicated (OWI) 1st offense, you may be subject to additional restrictions. Click here for more information.
Reopening Procedures and Hearings
Wisconsin State Law allows a defendant six (6) months from the judgement date to file a request to reopen a citation. Click here for more information regarding requests to reopen.
Truancy Procedures and Hearings
Truancy is the failure of a student under the age of 18 to attend school when school is in session. The Middleton Municipal Court hears all allegations of truancy occurring in the City of Middleton. Penalties can be imposed not only against the student, but also against the parent. Click here for more information regarding truancy procedures.
Trial Procedures and Hearings
If you are unable to resolve your citation with the City's prosecuting attorney, your case may be set for trial. Trials are held in the Middleton Municipal Courtroom at 7341 Donna Drive, Middleton, Wisconsin. Click here for more information regarding trial procedures.
Request Interpreter and Disability Services
If you are in need of an interpreter or accommodations for a disability, please call the court office at 608-824-7370. Click here for more information.