Clerk of Circuit Court
Effective January 18, 2021, Calumet County Circuit Court returned to Phase Three of its COVID-19 Operating Plan. In-person processing of all cases, including jury trials, has resumed.
Pertinent, jury-specific safety precautions are in place, as well as general COVID-19 safety measures applicable to the public. When appropriate, remote appearances will continue to be utilized to the greatest extent possible.
The Calumet County Circuit Court actively monitors local COVID-19 conditions and will respond accordingly to a change in conditions, if warranted.
The Clerk of Courts is responsible for maintaining and processing court records for all court case types including Family, Civil, Traffic, Criminal, Passports, and Jury Duty.
Our staff coordinates the flow of documents, work, and information between the court, outside agencies, and the general public. We perform all the statutory duties of the office as dictated by Wisconsin State Statutes.
Term of Office
The term of office for the Clerk of Courts is a four-year term. The election is always in the fall of the year.
Duties are discussed and evaluated in order to determine the best and most efficient procedure to follow, in order to produce greater productivity with an end result of more revenue to the county. It is the goal of the office to abide by the ever-changing statutes that govern our daily duties in order to provide efficiency to the Judiciary.
Other duties as prescribed in Wisconsin Statutes 59.40