WAUKESHA, Wis. (CBS 58) — A brand new addition for the Waukesha County Courthouse was formally celebrated with a ribbon-cutting ceremony Tuesday, Oct. 12.
The four-story safe courtroom provides 62,000-square toes to the courthouse.
All legal and site visitors court docket officers will relocate to the brand new addition, which incorporates six commonplace courtrooms, one massive capability courtroom and one consumption courtroom with an hooked up bond room.
Standard and huge capability courtrooms have their very own victim-witness room, inmate holding cell and convention room.
“Courts exist to serve the people,” stated Chief Judge Jennifer Dorow. “Yet the judiciary is perhaps the least understood branch of government. Some only understand the court system through what they may see and hear about it in the news. Many people may never set foot in a courthouse, however, those who have the occasion to come to this beautiful and modern structure will be sure leave impressed.”
Court officers will relocate to the brand new addition in phases, with full operations scheduled for early 2022.