2010 Wisconsin Code
Chapter 753. Circuit courts.
753.10 Attendance of officers, pay; opening court.
753.10753.10 Attendance of officers, pay; opening court.
753.10(3)(3) Unless otherwise directed by the presiding judge, no officer, other than the clerk, shall be paid for attending court or the judge if the court is not engaged in the trial of jury cases. Every officer attending court upon the order of the presiding judge shall have the same powers and authority as the sheriff, and shall be paid out of the county treasury, upon the certificate of the judge, compensation equal to that fixed by the county board. No such officer may be paid for any day when the court is not in session unless specially ordered by the presiding judge.
753.10(4)(4) When the court is opened by proclamation it shall be in the following words:
Hear ye! hear ye! hear ye! the circuit court for the county of .... is now open. Silence is commanded.
753.10 - ANNOT.History: 1977 c. 187 s. 92; 1977 c. 334; Stats. 1977 s. 753.10.
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