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Your next step is you must file a notice of appeal in the municipal court within 20 days of the docket entry. See: Wis. Stat. § 800.14(1).
You can request a trial if you had a trial in the municipal court and lost. See: Wis. Stat. § 800.14(4). Once you file this notice of appeal and you file your appeal asking for a new trial, the Circuit court must conduct a trial and cannot send it back to the municipal court.
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