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The work of the court is done in five separate divisions: felony, misdemeanor/traffic, civil (including small claims), and family (including probate), and juvenile court. Judges rotate from one division to another every two years on the even numbered year.

The next rotation is schedule to be effective August 1, 2020.

Below is a list of the scheduled rotation: (see 2020 Judge Rotation)

Hon. Wynne Laufenberg, Branch 1, will remain in the Felony Court, Law Enforcement Center Lower.

Hon. Eugene Gasiorkiewicz, Branch 2, to remain in Civil Court, Courthouse 7th Floor.

Hon. Maureen Martinez, Branch 3, to move to the Traffic/Misdemeanor Court, Law Enforcement Center Main level to replace Hon. Timothy Boyle.  

Hon. Mark Nielsen, Branch 4, to to move to Traffic/Misdemeanor Court, Courthouse 2nd Floor, to replace Hon. Robert Repischak.  

Hon. Michael Piontek, Branch 5, to remain in Civil Court, Courthouse 4th Floor.

Hon. David Paulson, Branch 6, to remain in Juvenile Court, Law Enforcement Center Main Level.

Hon. Jon Fredrickson, Branch 7, to move to Family/Probate Court, Courthouse 6th Floor to replace Hon. Maureen Martinez.  3rd Floor to replace Hon. Robert Repischak.

Hon. Faye Flancher, Branch 8, to move to Family Court, Courthouse 3rd Floor to replace Hon. Jon Fredrickson.

Hon. Robert Repischak, Branch 9, to move to Felony Court, Law Enforcement Center Lower Level to replace Hon. Mark Nielsen. 

Hon. Timothy Boyle, Branch 10, to move to Felony Court, Law Enforcement Center Main Level to replace Hon. Faye Flancher.