Welcome to the Mid-Moraine Municipal Court Website! We service many of the municipalities for Washington and Ozaukee Counties. The administrative office is located at 962 West Paradise Drive West Bend 53095 (next to the Kwik Trip gas station). Our administrative office hours are Monday – Friday, from 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM, with the exception of payment plans which must be completed by 4:00 PM.
APPEARING FOR COURT
If you wish to resolve your case at your initial court date as indicated on the citation, you must appear before the Municipal Court Judge. Other individuals are not allowed to appear on your behalf. When you appear for court, a plea of Guilty or No Contest will allow your case to be heard before the Municipal Court Judge. If you plan on entering a Not Guilty plea, you can enter your plea before your initial court date by completing the Not Guilty Plea Form (Electronic) or a Not Guilty Plea Form (Mail) Your case will be re-scheduled for a Pretrial Conference on a different date and you will not appear at your initial court date. If you plan on retaining an attorney to handle your case, make sure you provide your attorney with your citation information as soon as possible. Please contact the court if you have any questions regarding your court date. In addition, if you have a change of address or have any questions regarding the status of your case, please call our office at 262-334-5700.
A DROPBOX is available 24/7. Please deposit only money orders or checks; NO CASH. Make sure your name and citation number are clearly written on the payment. No checks will be accepted for cases with restitution ordered.
The Mid-Moraine Municipal Court strongly advises anyone appearing in court to follow the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommendations and guidance relating to COVID-19. Face coverings, hand sanitizer, and disinfecting wipes will be available during court proceedings. Please continue the good practice of social distancing.
The Mid-Moraine Municipal Court encourages the vulnerable population (over 65 or individuals with serious underlying health conditions) to contact the court to schedule their case to be heard telephonically or audiovisually.
For more information click on the COVID-19 page.