UNDATED (WSAU) The Wisconsin Supreme Court will hear a pair of cases next month at the historic Green County Courthouse in Monroe. The 121-year-old courthouse is listed on the National Register of Historic Places – and the state’s highest court will hear oral arguments there on November 5th. Those arguments will run about an hour for each case. T
he public is invited to look on, but they’re encouraged to make reservations with the court to guarantee a spot.
Local leaders will welcome the justices before the proceedings begin. They’ll also speak at a senior center, and have lunch at Turner Hall in Monroe. The State Supreme Court holds proceedings outside of Madison from time-to-time, to give Wisconsinites a closer view of the state’s justice system.