How to find a scheduled court date in Kenosha WI?

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Answered: Why do I get Kenosha local news when I punch on 53402 as my zip?

Maybe they don't have much Racine news specifically, so Kenosha is closer than Milwaukee.

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With good driving conditions and average traffic, about 2 & 1/2 up to 3 hours. per Mapquest. That area gets snow fairly often, so check the driving conditions before you start out. Wisconsin has a website that gives current road conditions.

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I'm guessing you need to contact the court house and request a date change.

Answered: Hi, I'm supposed to go to my first court date for ...

I've had two. Major mistakes on my part. I've never heard of not needing to be present. You need to check with the court or call another lawyer. It doesn't cost to ask questions. Depending on you BAC, your lawyer may work a deal with DA, but, he should tell you that. Also, never heard of an ...
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Can I reset a criminal court date due to work?

Work is not an excuse for missing court even traffic court. Since this is a criminal matter, you must hire an attorney to do your bidding. What boss won't let you out for a court date providing he knows about it or it would be embarrassing for your line of work. You could call in sick for that day ...

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Your question is rather vague. In what type of court do you suspect there may be a hearing? Do you have a prior case and/or case number? In general, you would contact the local court which has jurisdiction over the matter; i.e., Family Law, Civil, Traffic, Criminal, etcetera. If you do not know or ...

Court date for custody maintnence tomorrow reconciled with spouce do not

I would show no matter what your spouse says. You never know if its a trick and the courts don't appreciate the no show. anything could happen when your not there to protect your rights. be smartg

Its been 2 mons. no court date yet!

Consult with an expert lawyer and he will advise you.