Horicon Joint Municipal Court

The Municipal Court rules upon complaints brought before it by police officers and private citizens. It is a multi-jurisdictional court, covering the City of Horicon, the Village of Hustisford and the Village of Iron Ridge.

Complaints are prosecuted on behalf of the State of Wisconsin and for violations of municipal ordinances; the Court handle matters involving motor vehicle and traffic law, municipal ordinances and quasi-criminal offenses such as assault, drug offense, theft, retail theft, harassment, trespassing and similar offenses.

For Defendants

  1. Plea Definitions

    View definitions for the pleas of Guilty, No Contest, and Not Guilty.

  2. Initial Appearance Procedures

    Read a walk-through of the procedures followed at your initial appearance in court.

  3. Pretrial Procedures

    All Pretrial Conferences are mandatory appearances. If you do not attend the conference as scheduled, you will be found guilty by default of the offense as charged on your citation. Learn more about these conferences.

  4. Trial Procedures

    Read a brief description of trial proceedings and expectations.

  5. Past Due Fines

    There are many avenues Municipal Court can take to collect past due fines. Learn about some of the most commonly used methods.

  6. Pay Fine with Credit Card

    Utilize this online service to pay your forfeiture by credit card.

  7. License Reinstatement

    You may use this link to inquire through the Department of Transportation if you are eligible to reinstate a suspended or revoked license.