Wisconsin Supreme Court Forms

The Wisconsin Supreme Court serves as the highest appellate court in the state of Wisconsin. It has jurisdiction over a wide range of matters including reviewing decisions made by lower courts, interpreting state laws, and providing guidance on legal issues. The main purpose of the Wisconsin Supreme Court is to ensure the fair and consistent application of the law in the state.

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This form is used for prisoners in Wisconsin who are seeking to have their fees and costs waived. It allows them to provide an affidavit of indigency to demonstrate that they cannot afford to pay.

This document is used for a prisoner in Wisconsin to petition for a waiver of fees and costs. It includes an affidavit of indigency and an allegation of imminent danger.

This form is used for authorizing the withholding of money from trust fund accounts in the state of Wisconsin.

This form is used for requesting approval of a continuing legal education activity in Wisconsin. It is required for lawyers seeking to fulfill their professional development requirements.

This document is for court interpreters in Wisconsin taking an oath of office. The oath is a commitment to uphold their duties and responsibilities in the legal system.

This document is used for applying for Continuing Legal Education credit for published legal writing in the state of Wisconsin.

This Form is used for requesting leave under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) related to the coronavirus disease Covid-19 in Wisconsin.

This form is used for filing grievances in the state of Wisconsin.

This form is used for withdrawing attorney supervision in the state of Wisconsin.

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