Charles H. Crownhart
Charles Henry Crownhart (April 16, 1863 – May 2, 1930) was a Justice of the Wisconsin Supreme Court.
Crownhart practiced law in Ellsworth, Wisconsin before moving to Superior, Wisconsin, where he formed a partnership with fellow future Supreme Court Justice Walter C. Owen. He was District Attorney of Douglas County, Wisconsin from 1901 to 1905 before serving as Chairman of the Republican Party of Wisconsin. While practicing law in Madison, Wisconsin in 1915, he was an unsuccessful candidate for the Wisconsin Supreme Court. He was later appointed to the court in 1922 and was a member until his death. Prior to his appointment, he would often counsel Senator Robert M. La Follette, Sr. on important matters.