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You may mail your payment to the Clerk of Court at 1101 Carmichael Rd, Hudson WI 54016. You may also pay on-line at https://www.wicourts.gov/ecourts/payonline.htm or https://www.GovPayNow.com . If using GovPayNow to make your payment, you must include the pay location code (PLC) 1586. Include your citation number or case number with all forms of payment.
You may submit a letter to the Clerk of Court stating that you plead not guilty. You will need to include your name, current address and telephone number on your letter. Your not guilty plea must be filed with the Clerk of Court prior to the court date listed on your citation.
These are available Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. in the St. Croix County Clerk of Courts office. If you wish to order a copy by mail, please submit a written request including your name and case number to:
Clerk of Circuit CourtFamily Division1101 Carmichael RoadHudson, WI 54016
You must include a check or money order payable to the Clerk of Circuit Court. (Copies are $1.25 per page and an additional $5.00 for a certified copy.) Please allow two weeks for processing.
If you do not know your case number, you can use the Wisconsin Court System or submit a written request listing the names of both parties involved in the case and the year the case was filed. You should include an additional $5.00, search fee, if you want us to determine your case number.
A good place to start is the St. Croix County Clerk of Courts office. You can use the public access computers or view the actual records involved. You can get useful information from the file and make copies of any documents that will help you clear your credit. There is a charge of $1.25 per page for copies.
Small Claims, divorce / legal separation forms and modification packets for family and paternity matters are available at the St. Croix County Clerk of Court office.
You may conduct a search by looking on the wicourts.gov for State liens and contact the Register of Deeds for Federal liens.