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Appeal Procedure: Filing in county of origin where judge from different county assigned

State v. Clyde B. Williams, 230 Wis.2d 50, 601 N.W.2d 838 (Ct. App. 1999)
For Williams: Michael E. Nieskes

Issue: Whether papers must be filed in the county of origin after a successor judge from another county is assigned to the case

Holding: “In this appeal we conclude that when a judge from a different county is assigned to a case in response to a substitution request, orders and judgments of the assigned judge must be entered in the office of the clerk of circuit court in the county in which the action was originally filed in order to commence the applicable appeal period under § 808.04, STATS.”

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