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Top 20 Salaries
NamePositionSalaryYear
Bastianelli, David  Circuit Court Judge  $128,600  2012  
Kerkman, Chad  Circuit Court Judge  $128,600  2012  
Milasauskas, Anthony  Circuit Court Judge  $128,600  2012  
Rossell, Jason  Circuit Court Judge  $128,600  2012  
Schroeder, Bruce  Circuit Court Judge  $128,600  2012  
Wagner, Mary  Circuit Court Judge  $128,600  2012  
Warren Iii, Wilbur  Circuit Court Judge  $128,600  2012  
Wilk, S. Michael  Circuit Court Judge  $128,600  2012  
Bennett, Charles  Local Attorney Manager  $116,509  2012  
Ginkowski, Richard  Assistant District Attorney  $112,289  2012  
Zapf, Robert  District Attorney  $110,053  2012  
Fitzgerald, James  Circuit Court Commissioner  $102,662  2012  
Graveley, Michael  Deputy District Attorney  $98,144  2012  
Plous, John  Circuit Court Commissioner  $92,713  2012  
Hart, Mary  Assistant District Attorney  $87,905  2012  
Karls, Valerie  Attorney  $86,269  2012  
Moore, Adrienne  Regional Attorney Manager   $83,251  2012  
Mason, Jon  Circuit Court Commissioner  $78,287  2012  
Matoska-mentink, Rebecca  Clerk Of Courts  $76,681  2012  
Lofgren, Bethany   Court Fiscal Services Manager  $71,623  2012  
Gabriele, Angelina  Assistant District Attorney  $70,454  2012  


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