A Milwaukee attorney is challenging a referee’s recommendation that his license to practice be suspended for a year despite reaching a stipulation with the state’s lawyer-regulation agency.Read More »
Wisconsin Supreme Court justices appeared skeptical Friday of arguments that an agency charged with reviewing crime victims' rights could sanction a judge for holding off on sentencing a defendant in a sex-assault case.Read More »
Even though a Wisconsin Supreme Court ruling from last week resolved conflicting case law governing the admissibility of certain toxicology reports, criminal-law practitioners say it did little to answer questions over testimonial hearsay.Read More »
The Wisconsin Supreme Court has decided to respond to dozens of counts of misconduct against a Milwaukee lawyer by tacking on more requirements to his conditional reinstatement and ordering him to pay restitution instead of suspending his license.Read More »
The Wisconsin Supreme Court on Wednesday grilled lawyers in the case of a Lafayette County man who was convicted of resisting arrest and pointing a gun at a state Department of Nature Resources warden.Read More »
Can a government agency that reviews crime-victim complaints sanction a judge over the timing of a sentencing in a sex assault case?
Tagged with: DOJ Eau Claire County Circuit Court Gabler v. Crime Victims Rights Board James Duvall Patrick Fiedler State v. Gary Lemberger State v. Keimonte Wilson Timothy Barber Wisconsin Supreme CourtRead More »
Mark Bartels has one regret about his firm changing names from Stellpflug Law to One Law Group. “I think we should have done it sooner,” said Bartels, president of the 10-attorney firm, which has offices in De Pere and Appleton.Read More »