Interpreter and Disability Services

The Wisconsin Court System is committed to providing equal access to court programs consistent with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the ADA Amendments Act of 2008 (ADAAA), and other state and federal laws. If you have a disability that restricts your ability to meaningfully participate in court proceedings, you may ask the court to provide you with reasonable and appropriate accommodations. 

You must notify the court that you need a disability accommodation and suggest the accommodation that best suits your situation.  A request for an accommodation may be made at any time, but you should try to notify the court well in advance so arrangements may be made.  Requests for accommodations may be oral or in writing.  Please contact the court at 608-824-7370, or by email at

If you need an interpreter to assist you during a court hearing or procedure, you can either:

  • Bring your own interpreter to your court appearance, or
  • You can contact the court to request an interpreter, and an interpreter will be provided at no cost to you.  Please contact the court prior to your court date to allow time to make arrangements.  Otherwise, it may be necessary to reschedule your court appearance to ensure that an interpreter will be available.

Servicios de intérprete

Si Ud necesita un intérprete para ayuda en el tribunal, se puede contactar al corte o traer su propio intérprete a su comparecencia ante el tribunal.  Se puede llamar al corte a: (608) 824-7370. O se puede escribir a 7341 Donna Drive, Middleton, WI 53562.  La dirección de e-mail es: .

Se presta asistencia de intérprete sin costa a Ud. Si no se puede conseguir su propio intérprete. Puede que sea necesario cambiar la fecha de su comparecencia ante el tribunal para asegurar que un intérprete sea presente.