1582 Kronenwetter Drive (MAP)
Kronenwetter, WI 54455
Honorable Judge: DANIEL CVEYKUS
Clerk of Court:
DIANNE E. DREW
Kronenwetter Village Attorney:
Welcome to the webpage of the Kronenwetter Municipal Court. We have created this page to provide you with information you may need in regard to the municipal court process. If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact us or feel free to stop in. The Village of Kronenwetter operated a municipal court from 2005-2011. In 2011 the villages of Kronenwetter and Rothschild entered into an agreement to operate a joint municipal court. This new court operates out of the Kronenwetter Municipal Center.
As of May 2008, there are 252 Municipal Courts in the State of Wisconsin. Municipal Courts have jurisdiction over civil traffic and ordinance laws within their respective community, but do not enforce criminal laws. Refer to the top of your citation to see if you should appear in municipal or criminal court.
You may wonder how officers select which court to put on your citation. Below if some brief information on the municipal and circuit court.
Kronenwetter Municipal Court
The municipal court is responsible for hearing traffic and ordinance violation cases which are enforced by the Kronenwetter Police Department. As in any other court of law, you are entitled to be represented by an attorney but the court does not appoint an attorney nor does it pay for attorney costs and/or expenses. If you received a citation from the Wisconsin State Patrol or the Marathon County Sheriff’s Department please refer to the circuit court.
Marathon County Circuit Court
The circuit court is responsible for and has authority regarding probate, adoptions, guardianships, and trusts, chapter 51 and related matters, small claims, divorce actions, paternity, criminal, juvenile matters, etc. The circuit court also takes traffic and ordinance cases for agencies that do not have a municipal court.
Note: It is possible that you may receive a citation(s) which require you to appear in both municipal and circuit courts as part of the same incident. Should you have any questions about what court to appear in please refer to the top of the citation(s) you received.
Pay Your Citation Online
The Initial Appearance
Having the Circuit Court see your case
Municipal Warrants Page
Kronenwetter Bond Schedule
Bond Schedule – Explanation of Columns
Wisconsin’s Point System*
Traffic Safety Courses*