Thomas Woznicki vs. Dennis Erickson Court Filing (September 1995)
This document in the case of Thomas Woznicki vs. Dennis Erickson was filed with the Wisconsin Supreme Court on September 15, 1995. The Wisconsin Supreme Court ruling in the case of Woznicki v. Erickson established the “Woznicki Notice” precedent, which gives public employees in Wisconsin the right to challenge the release of certain public records.
THOMAS WOZNICKI PERSONNEL RECORDS (NEW RICHMOND, WI SCHOOL DISTRICT)
This document contains selected portions of Thomas Woznicki’s personnel file obtained from the New Richmond, Wisconsin school district. Certain documents have been omitted due to potentially disturbing and/or graphic content pertaining to allegations of misconduct. The complete file may be obtained from the school district upon request. The release of the complete file was disputed in the Wisconsin Supreme Court case of Thomas Woznicki v. Dennis Erickson. The Woznicki v. Erickson ruling established the “Woznicki Rule” precedent, which gives public employees in Wisconsin the right to challenge the release of certain public records after receiving a “Woznicki Notice.” The more recent case of Thomas Woznicki v. Jeff Moberg also pertained to Thomas Woznicki’s personnel records from the New Richmond, Wisconsin school district.
Thomas Woznicki Criminal Complaint and Summons (St. Croix County, Wisconsin)
This document contains a Criminal Complaint and Summons pertaining to Thomas Woznicki, a former teacher at the New Richmond, Wisconsin school district. The document indicates that the case was filed in St. Croix County, Wisconsin.
State vs. Thomas Woznicki (St. Croix County, Wisconsin)
Thomas Woznicki was charged with six counts of “Sex with Child Age 16 or Older” in 1994, while he was employed with the New Richmond, Wisconsin school district. The criminal charges were ultimately dismissed.