Yes, there are a number of ways to do that.
First, double check that your citation lists the West Allis Municipal Court, 11301 W. Lincoln Avenue. Several courts use the same format for citations and the county or state could be handling your case even if the incident happened in West Allis.
Second, make sure you've got things handled with the municipal judge. You will need to contact the judge by entering a plea. If you plead guilty or no contest, the judge will likely resolve the case and determine the outcome. The prosecutor can handle your case only if you plead "not guilty" to your municipal citation.
If you have pleaded "not guilty" already and wish to discuss your case with the city prosecutor, here are the ways for you to do that:
- Appear in person at the West Allis Municipal Court for a pre-trial conference on the date that you were assigned by the municipal judge.
- Hire an attorney to appear for you at the West Allis Municipal Court for a pre-trial conference on the date that you were assigned by the municipal judge. Please note that municipal court does not handle criminal cases, so there is no right to an attorney in municipal court.
- Email the city prosecutor at the following address: email@example.com. Even if you email the city prosecutor, please make sure you still appear at your scheduled pre-trial conference unless the court has given you a new date. Only the court can adjourn the pre-trial conference and you may be found guilty by default if you do not show up at your scheduled time.