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Department Detail:  District Attorney

Department District Attorney
Elected Official Matthew Tingstad
Address 300 Taconite St
Hurley, Wisconsin  54534
Phone Number 715-561-5671
Staff District Attorney Staff
Office Hours Monday through Friday -- 8am to 4pm

Assistance for Victims and Witnesses

Victim/Witness (V/W) Programs are located in most Wisconsin District Attorneys’ (DA) offices.  Most V/W Programs provide:

  • Information about how the justice system operates.
  • Specific information about when and where the case will be heard.
  • Notice of cancelled or rescheduled court hearings and the final outcome of the case.
  • Support for your appearance in court by providing a separate waiting area, someone to go with you to court and assistance with childcare needs.
  • Help in the return of personal property.
  • Referrals to other sources of help, including domestic abuse programs, sexual assault programs, social service agencies, support groups and crime victim compensation.
  • Help with preparing a victim impact statement.
  • Information to the court about your financial loses (restitution).
  • Assistance with safety concerns.


Services are provided fee of charge.  The availability of services may vary by county.  To request V/W help, call the Iron County DA’s Office.  If you do not have a program in your area, call the Wisconsin Victim Resource Center at 1-800-446-6564

Public Information

The WI Statewide VINE system is a service through which victims of crime can use the telephone or Internet to search for information regarding the custody status of their offender and to register to receive telephone and e-mail notification when the offender’s custody status changes. The VINE toll-free number for the WI Statewide VINE system is 888-868-4631.  This service is provided to assist Victims of Crime who have a right to know about their offender's custody status.Click here to go to the link

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