Chief Justice Pat Roggensack Thankful for New Judges

MADISON, WI (Ben Caxton) — Governor Tony Evers has approved a bill that will increase the number of county judges in Wisconsin by 12. State Supreme Court Chief Justice Pat Roggensack says that’s going to drastically reduce the amount of time it takes to get cases heard in parts of Wisconsin. “If you’re in a county that has one judge, and that judge has a huge calendar, you’re just going to have to stand in line until your matter can be heard.” Four judges a year will be entering the court system over the next three years in order to stagger out elections in the future.

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