Six more Milwaukee County courtrooms will reopen for jury trials in the next month.
Milwaukee County residents returned to jury duty this week, wearing masks, following signs, waiting on limited elevator space, sanitizing their hands, and moving around plexiglass barriers.
Milwaukee County Circuit Court has resumed jury trials with precautions in place to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Courts in several Wisconsin counties were closed on Monday because of a winter-storm warning.
The Milwaukee County Courthouse Complex will be closing early for the funeral procession of a Milwaukee police officer.
A new report says Milwaukee County will need help from the state or a private business partner to build a proposed $367 million criminal courthouse.
Last year, there were about 13,000 eviction cases filed in Milwaukee County.
There is not much dispute that Milwaukee County needs a new criminal courthouse. The real question is: Where will the money for the $184 million project come from?
A report to Milwaukee County officials recommends both the construction of a new Criminal Courthouse and the demolition of an existing county structure, all for about $184 million.
Milwaukee County officials say the final cost of a July 2013 electrical fire at the county courthouse is $19.1 million.
A Universal Restoration Services employee has been arrested for his suspected role in a Milwaukee County employee’s alleged scheme to steal insurance money.
The first phase of the Milwaukee County Courthouse restoration project is complete.
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