MADISON, Wis. (AP) -- Wisconsin's demoted fire marshal wants her gun back and more responsibilities.
Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen demoted Fire Marshal Carolyn Kelly earlier this year after she sent e-mails Van Hollen interpreted as threats to his executive staff.
Kelly challenged the demotion.
She reached a settlement with the Justice Department in October.
It called for her to be reinstated as a director of criminal investigation if she agreed to go on leave beginning December 1 and retire next July.
Kelly filed papers in Dane County Circuit Court on Thursday complaining she has not been given a gun or supervisory duties.
She wants a judge to enforce the settlement.
DOJ spokesman Kevin St. John says Kelly's action is groundless.