A jury has acquitted a man who claimed self-defense in a fatal stabbing at a Kwik Trip store in La Crosse last year.Read More »
One is a sharp-tongued, self-described "wise guy" originalist, who believes the Constitution means today what it meant when it was first written. The other is a diplomatic former Harvard Law School dean who believes there must be "flexibility" in interpreting the nation's governing document.Read More »
With tensions running high over the killings of blacks by police, departments around the country are changing policies and procedures to curb the use of deadly force, ease public distrust and protect officers from retaliation.Read More »
The Wisconsin Supreme Court this term will consider cases involving destruction of evidence, the state’s Open Records Law and how to characterize certain prior convictions, among others.
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