A motorized bicycle is considered a motor vehicle, at least for the purposes of a drunken driving charge, the Wisconsin Court of Appeals ruled Thursday.Read More »
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A former Milwaukee County jail sergeant who claimed Sheriff David Clarke gave him a profane tongue-lashing after he complained about working at the O’Donnell Park scene in 2010 lost his appeal Monday.
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A published opinion from the Wisconsin Court of Appeals seeks to clarify when an attorney is able to collect fees for cases he worked on prior to leaving or breaking up a law practice.Read More »
A town board did not act unconstitutionally when it waffled on issuing permits for a proposed wind farm that ultimately fell through, according to a federal appeals court ruling.Read More »