Request Copies of Court Records

What is needed to request copies of records?

All requests for copies must be done so in writing. Please complete this Record Request Form when requesting copies of court records from the Clerk of Courts office.

There are four different ways to request records.

1. Mail

  • Mail your request to:

Oconto County Clerk of Courts 
301 Washington Street 
Oconto, WI 54153

  • You must enclose a check or money order for the total amount due. This means you will need to contact the Clerk of Courts Office prior to mailing in your request to determine what the cost will be. 
  • Your request must include:
    • The case number
    • A list of the specific documents you need
    • Your contact information. 
    • Also include a self addressed, stamped envelope with enough postage for our office to mail back the requested documents.

2. Fax

  • Fax your request to 920-834-6867. Your fax must include
    • The case number.
    • The specific documents you are requesting.
    • Your contact information.

3. Email

  • Please email your request to Jenny Tousey. Your email must include:
    • The case number.
    • The specific documents you are requesting.
    • Your contact information.

4. In-Person 

  • Copy requests can also be made in person at the Clerk of Courts Office located in Building C on the first floor during regular business hours of 8:00 am to 4:00 pm. The Clerk of Courts will not process any copy requests until the total payment is received.


Copy Fee
Certification Fee (A certified document is endorsed by Oconto Co. & is affixed with the court seal to guarantee authenticity.)
Mailing Fee
$1.25 per page
$5.00 per document

Public Notice - Access to Records (PDF)

Many case files are accessible online for a one-time fee of $20. Parties can opt-in as an eFiling participant once they have created an eFiling account. Instructions for creating an eFiling account are available at Wisconsin Court System Website.

For any eFiling technical support questions, please call 800-462-8843

Unless sealed by the court or otherwise confidential by law, Circuit Court files and documents are open for public inspection at no cost. Records can be viewed during normal business hours in the Clerk of Court Office. Many Circuit Court files are available in hard copy, while other files are available on microfilm. Types of cases typically found in the Clerk's Office include: Civil, Criminal, Family, Paternity, Small Claims, Traffic, Forfeiture Ordinance, and a variety of Liens.