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Because in every subject matter jurisdiction and judicial immunity case law that I read, the Court of Appeals and Wisconsin Supreme Court only mention Wis. Const. art. VII, § 8: Except as otherwise provided by law, the circuit court shall have original jurisdiction in all matters civil and criminal within this state and such appellate jurisdiction in the circuit as the legislature may prescribe by law. The circuit court may issue all writs necessary in aid of its jurisdiction.
Yet they never mention Wis. Const. art. VII, § 2, which provides in part: The judicial power of this state shall be vested in . . . a circuit court, such trial courts of general uniform statewide jurisdiction as the legislature may create by law.