A court-appointed referee is recommending to the Wisconsin Supreme Court that a Green Bay attorney’s license be suspended.Read More »
A University of Wisconsin-Madison student who once served prison time for setting fires at two predominantly black churches is recruiting on campus for a local chapter of a national pro-white party, enraging students searching for ways to improve race relations.
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Federal lawsuits challenging voter ID requirements in Texas and North Carolina won't just disappear, even if Justice Department lawyers who once argued against the laws effectively switch sides to advocate for them under President Donald Trump's administration, civil rights lawyers say.
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Seventeen participants in a Black Lives Matter protest that blocked traffic in Portland, Maine, have admitted to disorderly conduct under an agreement that will absolve them of charges if they stay out of trouble.Read More »
President Donald Trump said Wednesday he intends to announce his nominee for the Supreme Court on Feb. 2, and three federal appeals court judges are said to be the front-runners to fill the lifetime seat held by the late Justice Antonin Scalia, a conservative icon.Read More »
Since 1999, the American Bar Association’s model code for judicial conduct has set limits on how much judges can receive from the parties or lawyers in a particularly case before having to recuse themselves.Read More »
The Wisconsin Supreme Court on Thursday heard oral arguments in Milewski v. Town of Dover, in which the justices are weighing in on matters such as whether an in-home inspection for tax purposes constitutes a warrantless search prohibited by the Fourth Amendment.Read More »
A judge refused on Friday to dismiss four charges against a suspended University of Wisconsin student accused of sexually assaulting and harassing several women, despite his attorneys' claims that some of his actions were no worse than "Happy Days" television character Arthur Fonzarelli's antics.Read More »