Appleton has been a hub of economic prosperity and progress since its incorporation as a city in 1857. The city is divided into six districts spanning three counties and over 72,000 residents. If you’re involved in a case or just need legal information, FindLaw can help. Here you’ll find a directory of courthouses, a list of free legal aid, plus useful articles about personal injury and DUI laws.
There are so many things you’d rather do in Appleton than go to court. Like see the bust of controversial former U.S. senator Joseph McCarthy or pull a rabbit out of a hat at the Harry Houdini exhibit. But if you have to go to court, FindLaw has a list of courts including useful parking information and courthouse tips.
Are you a resident of Appleton? Do you have a legal issue? Are you of low and moderate income? FindLaw has complied a list of free and low-cost legal aid programs in your community to help answer your questions.
Have you suffered personal injury in Appleton because of someone else’s negligence? Maybe slipped and fell on your way to the infamous Paper Discovery Center or got food poisoning on some bad Asiago at a cheese-making workshop. Whatever your situation, click here to learn more about personal injury laws in Wisconsin.
Facing a DUI charge in Appleton? Trying to navigate the court system can be perplexing. Here’s a general guide through the process including information about criminal and administrative proceedings and tips on how to get your license back.