CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT  

The Clerk of Circuit Court is a Wisconsin Constitutional Officer elected every four years by the voters of Racine County. Clerks of Circuit Court are governed by Wisconsin Statutes in all duties. Responsibilities at the circuit court level involve a variety of duties such as: court proceedings record management; jury management; collections of fines, fees, forfeitures, assessments and surcharges as ordered by the court. Administratively, the Clerk of Circuit Court is accountable for the budgeting and administering of trial court resources, developing effective policies and procedures and maintaining courteous, proficient and professional services in the operations of the circuit court system.

 

Samuel Christensen

 

Biography

 
First Appointed: August 2015 (`15-`19 Term)
   
   
Education: University of South Dakota, BS ‘98
Cardinal Stritch University, MA ‘08
   
Summary of Career Preceding Appointment/Election:
   
  Administrative Deputy, Clerk of Circuit Court
  Deputy Court Clerk, Clerk of Circuit Court
  Director of Greek Life/Hall Director, Carthage College
   
   
Contact Info:  
   
Clerk of Circuit Court  
262-636-3333  
   
Racine County Courthouse  
730 Wisconsin Ave  
Racine WI 53403  
Samuel.Christensen@wicourts.gov  
   

 

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