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Wisconsin Judicial Commission

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The Wisconsin Judicial Commission is a judicial disciplinary agency in Wisconsin.[1]

Organization

The Commission is made up of nine members: including one court of appeals judge, one circuit court judge, two lawyers and five members of the public. The judges and lawyers are appointed by the state Supreme Court. The member of the public are appointed by the Governor with Senate approval. Each member serves three year terms, with a two term limit.[1]

Governing laws

Contact information

Wisconsin Judicial Commission
110 East Main Street, Suite 700
Madison, WI 53703-3328
Phone: (608) 266-7637
Fax (608) 266-8647
Email: judcmm@wicourts.gov

See also

External links

References

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