What does the city prosecutor do?

The city prosecutor is a full-time employee of the city who is an attorney licensed to practice law in Wisconsin.  The prosecutor evaluates evidence, drafts legal documents, negotiates with defendants or their attorneys and represents the city at trial.  The prosecutor handles about 3,000 cases a year in Municipal Court.

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1. What do I do if I get a citation for a Green Bay municipal ordinance violation, including traffic citations issued by the Green Bay Police Department?
2. What if I don’t pay my fine by the due date?
3. It says “no mandatory appearance” on my ticket. What does that mean?
4. How do I get a public defender?
5. Do I need to hire an attorney for my municipal case?
6. What does the city prosecutor do?
7. I cannot attend my court date. Can I reschedule?
8. I am the victim of someone charged in Municipal Court. How do I get restitution?
9. How can I contact Municipal Court?