Stevens Point is the largest city and acting seat of Portage County in Wisconsin. Stevens Point was incorporated in 1858 and plays host to 26,000 residents today who work at the city’s many corporations. Some major employers of Stevens Point residents include the NewPage Corporation paper mill, Noel Group Travel Insurance, Sentry Insurance, and Stevens Point Brewery.
A number of lawyers call Stevens Point home too. Lawyers in Stevens Point take a diverse caseload including Chapter 7 and 13 bankruptcies, criminal, personal injury, divorce, immigration visa, and wrongful termination cases among others.
Recently in Stevens Creek, police arrested Paula Wolf for allegedly stalking downtown pedestrians with a blowgun. After receiving a number of complaints, police pulled over a black minivan matching the description and found Wolf in the back with her blowgun, a slingshot, and a bucket of rocks. Responding police noted in their report Wolf said she “liked hearing people say ‘Ouch.” Wolf faces reckless endangerment charges.
The Portage County Circuit Court is the highest trial level court with which you may file in the State of Wisconsin. Circuit Courts are exclusively responsible for ruling on a number of cases including civil, family, criminal, and juvenile cases. Chapters 7 and 13 bankruptcy must be filed with the U.S. District Court. Visa, citizenship, and deportation hearings are held at U.S. Immigration Courts.
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