District Attorney

Office Hours:  Monday-Friday 8:30AM-4:30PM
Burnett County District Attorney

James Jay Rennicke

Mission Statement:

The Burnett County District Attorney's Office prosecutes violations of the state laws and county ordinances as well as juvenile cases in the Burnett County Circuit Court.  The District Attorney, an elected official supervises all functions of the office.  The mission of the Burnett County District Attorney's Office is to promote public safety through the fair and just prosecution of criminal offenses; to protect the health and welfare of children who are victims of child abuse and neglect; to advocate for justice for the victims of crimes; to safeguard the rule of law; and to promote citizen's participation in community events and programs by treating all persons who come in contact with the criminal justice system with fairness, dignity, and respect.

  1. Physical Address
    7410 County Road K #113
    Siren, WI 54872

    Phone: 715-349-2167
    Fax: 715-349-2165

  2. James Jay Rennicke

    District Attorney

  3. Kevin Schmidt

    Assistant District Attorney

  1. Jackie Kurkowski

    Legal Secretary
    Phone:

  1. Jean Giller

    Legal Secretary
    Phone:

  1. Angela Rollins

    Legal Secretary
    Phone:

  1. Jayne Schwartz

    Legal Secretary
    Phone:

  1. Vickie Bauer

    Victim/Witness Coordinator
    Phone: 715-349-2164

  1. Victim/Witness Services
  2. State Public Defender's Office

Victim/Witness Services

This state shall treat crime victims, as defined by law, with fairness, dignity and respect for their privacy.
This state shall ensure that crime victims have all of the following privileges and protections as provided by law:

-Timely disposition of the case;
-The opportunity to attend court proceedings unless the trial court finds sequestration is necessary to a fair trial for the defendant;
-Reasonable protection from the accused throughout the criminal justice process;
-Notification of court proceedings;
-The opportunity to confer with the prosecution;
-The opportunity to make a statement to the court at the disposition;
-Restitution;
-Compensation;
-Information about the outcome of the case and the release of the accused.

The legislature shall provide remedies for violation of this section. Nothing in this section, or in any statute enacted pursuant to this section, shall limit any right of the accused which may be provided by law.
If you are the victim of a crime or a delinquent act, and you need information about the case, please contact:

Vickie Bauer
Victim/Witness Coordinator
7410 County Road K, #113
Siren, WI 54872
715-349-2164

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