Village of Pulaski
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Municipal Court each month is the first Thursday of the month for initial appearances starting at 5:00PM and the third Thursday of the month for trial appearances starting at 5:00PM.
These times and dates are subject to change.
Municipal Judge - Robert Betley
Municipal Judge Robert Betley has been Pulaski’s Municipal Judge for over 36 years. He is a member of the Wisconsin Municipal Judges Association and adjudicates all State and Municipal ordinances adopted by state statues. Judge Betley also performs marriages anywhere in the state of Wisconsin.
William Vande Castle is a 1979 graduate of the University of Wisconsin Law School with a Juris Doctorate Degree in law. Mr. Vande Castle began serving as the Municipal Prosecutor for the Village of Pulaski Municipal Court in 1980.
What if my court appearance is required?
If your citation is checked "yes" following "Appearance Required," you MUST appear in court.
What if my court appearance is not required?
IF YOU WISH TO DISPUTE THE CITATION, you must either appear in court or enter a "not guilty" plea by mail prior to your court date. Please include a photocopy of your ticket and your correct mailing address OR your correct name and mailing address, citation number, court appearance date listed on the citation, offense, and arresting police agency. These should be mailed to the court address:
Village of Pulaski
Your trial will be before a judge, unless you demand a jury trial in writing within 10 days of the court date on your citation and enclose the proper fee. Make check payable to the Clerk of Court and forward it to the address above. Jury demands in Municipal court can only be made for intoxicated driving charges. If you have a disability and need help in court, please contact the Court Clerk at (920) 822-5182.
IF YOU DO NOT WISH TO DISPUTE THE CITATION, mail the "deposit" amount, by your court date, with a photocopy of your citation OR your correct name and address, citation number, court appearance date listed on the citation, offense and arresting police agency. Make check payable to the Clerk of Court and mail it to the above address. You do not need to appear. The court will find you guilty and keep the "deposit" amount as payment for your citation.
What if I do nothing in regards to the citation I was issued?
If you do nothing, the court may issue a warrant for your arrest OR may find you guilty and suspend your driver's license for no more than two(2) years if you fail to pay your fine.
How many demerit points can I get before my license gets suspended or revocated?
Accumulating 12 or more points within 12 consecutive months will be cause for suspending your driving privileges. If you have a probationary license, points for the second and subsequent convictions may be doubled. Depending on the circumstances and charge, conviction may result in a suspension or revocation of your driving privileges. Attending Traffic Safety School prior to conviction may be used to reduce points. For more information contact the DMV.
Other Questions Please Contact the Municipal Clerk at (920) 822-5182.
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