MADISON, WI (WTAQ) - The woman who filed a complaint against former Calumet County District Attorney Ken Kratz is speaking out before he goes before a ruling panel Tuesday. On Friday, Kratz said he would be pleading no contest to complaints filed against him with the state office of lawyer regulation on charges of violating attorney conduct rules. He is accused of sending racy text messages to a domestic violence victim, who he was trying to have sex with. He was also prosecuting the victim’s ex-boyfriend. Concerned citizen Heather Severson filed the complaint against Kratz after he escaped criminal charges and says he is not taking responsibility for his actions by not pleading guilty. “He never really accepted responsibility; it’s always about him and what he has suffered," Severson said in a phone interview. Severson stepped up after Gov. Jim Doyle asked for someone from Calumet County to file a complaint. Kratz could face a six month suspension of his Wisconsin law license, which Severson says doesn’t go far enough. “Six months of not being able to work, having to file bankruptcy, and having to resign his position is not enough. If anyone else had done this they would be facing criminal charges," Severson said. She also said she thinks Kratz knew the law and how to get around it.