In Wisconsin, there are limited jurisdiction courts, original jurisdiction trial courts, and appellate courts. The latter consist of the Court of Appeals, and the Wisconsin Supreme Court.
Limited jurisdiction courts are Municipal Courts, and they handle traffic and ordinance violations, and juvenile offenses.
Circuit Courts are the trial courts of original jurisdiction for civil, small claims, misdemeanor, felony, probate, juvenile, and traffic cases. The state is divided into 10 judicial administrative districts. There are 249 Circuit Court judges.
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