Municipal Court

Roberts Municipal Court

107 East Maple Street
Roberts WI, 54023
Phone: (715) 749-3108
Fax: (715) 749-3108

NEW Court Office Hours:

Tuesday - 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM

Friday – 8:30 AM – 12:30 PM

Court Sessions start at 6pm

If you have a question or request for the Court Clerk or Judge, please leave a message at 715.749.3108.  If you have a payment and the office is closed, place it in an envelope with your name and phone number on it and drop it in our lock-box outside the Municipal Court Door.  Thank You!

Judge

HON. PETER C. THARP

Court Clerk

GAYLE LIVERETT

Court Calendar 2018-2019
All Court Sessions start at 6:00 PM

2018

  • March 22
  • April 26
  • May 24
  • June 28
  • July 26
  • August 23
  • September 13
  • October 25
  • November 29
  • December 27

2019

  • January 24
  • February 28
  • March 28
  • April 25

Make Payments Simply

Now available - GovPayNet

 

Use your credit, debit or pre-paid debit card.
Go to - www.GovPayNow.com
You will need to enter a Pay Location Code #.  Enter - PLC 7017.
Fee for Service - Interest Service Fee:  3.5% (Minimum of $3.50)

FAQs

When is my Court Date?
Your court date should be on the upper portion of the front of your citation.

Do I have to appear?
If "Yes" is printed in the "Appearance Request Box", then you must appear in court.  If you fail to appear the court may issue a summons for you to appear and/or sign a warrant for your arrest.

What if I can't make my court date?
You can contact the court and request a continuance.

Where do I have to show up?
The village hall, 107 East Maple Street, in Roberts.

What if I don't appear?
If not a mandatory appearance, you may be found guilty by default and ordered to pay the forfeiture (Bond/Deposit value) on your citation. You will be given notice that you have 60 days to pay your forfeiture. If it is a mandatory appearance, a summons or warrant for your arrest, will be issued.

What do I do at court?
In court there will be a handout to read and the judge will also explain the procedures before cases are called. If it is your first appearance for this citation you will be asked to enter a plea to the charge(s) against you. You may plead Not Guilty, Guilty, or No Contest.

Not Guilty plea- your case will be set for a pretrial meeting with the village attorney, where you can discuss your case and perhaps reach an agreement. If you do not reach an agreement your case will go to trial.

Guilty plea- if the judge accepts your plea you will be found guilty. You will then have an opportunity to state any mitigating circumstances you feel the judge should consider before sentencing you. The judge will then sentence you

No Contest plea- this is NOT an admission of guilt but a statement that you are not going to fight the citation. It is handled like a guilty plea but it can NOT be used against you if some other legal action should arise from the incident involving the citation.

Can I just mail something in?
You may enter a plea by mail if you wish; please clearly state your plea and include your name and citation number. You may mail in the amount on your citation if you wish to plead No Contest and just pay the forfeiture.

When do I have to pay?
The court normally will give you 60 days to pay any forfeiture. Often the court is willing to set up payment plans.

What if I miss a payment?
If you miss a payment, contact the court as soon as possible. If for some reason you can't make a payment please contact the court. The court is willing to work with you as long as you show a genuine intent to pay the forfeiture.

What happens if I just don't pay?
The court may summon you to appear, suspend your driver’s license, send the matter to debt collections and /or order your arrest and commitment to jail.