Wisconsin has one of the most publicly-used criminal case databases in the country with Wisconsin Circuit Court Access Program, or CCAP, for short. Want to know if the guy you started dating has a criminal history? Run him through CCAP. What about if you’re a landlord and want to figure out a tenant’s likelihood of failing to pay? CCAP them and see if they’ve got a history of being sued. All sorts of uses (and abuses) of such a public database exist. Most commonly, when clients have cases dismissed or acquitted at jury trial, they want to know — is there any way I can remove it from CCAP?

Wisconsin has one of the most publicly-used criminal case databases in the country with Wisconsin Circuit Court Access Program, or CCAP, for short. Want to know if the guy you started dating has a criminal history? Run him through CCAP. What about if you’re a landlord and want to figure out a tenant’s likelihood of failing to pay? CCAP them and see if they’ve got a history of being sued. All sorts of uses (and abuses) of such a public database exist. Most commonly, when clients have cases dismissed or acquitted at jury trial, they want to know — is there any way I can remove it from CCAP?