Justice Michael Gableman on Friday recused himself from David Prosser's discipline case, leaving the court short of a quorum needed to hear it.Read More »
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Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice David Prosser is almost $230,000 in debt and has switched his campaign account to a legal defense fund, according to a report filed Friday with the Government Accountability Board.Read More »
The state Supreme Court won't reconsider a lawsuit challenging Gov. Scott Walker's collective bargaining law without Justice Michael Gableman.
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Government entities can't charge the public for time spent deleting confidential information from records, the Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled Wednesday.Read More »
The Wisconsin Supreme Court on Friday upheld damages that were awarded in a lawsuit the state brought against a prescription drug company accused of inflating prices.Read More »
The Wisconsin Judicial Commission unanimously decided in January to file an ethics complaint against Supreme Court Justice David Prosser but split 3-3 a month later on whether to reconsider the decision, according to records released Wednesday.Read More »
Campaign contributions, arrest records and recall petition signatures are all available for public view in Wisconsin, but the state's Board of Bars Examiners is not subject to the same visibility when it comes to supplying information on bar exam applicants.Read More »
Milwaukee attorney John Dawson, head of the commission working to discipline state Justice David Prosser, won’t be returning once his term expires Aug. 1.Read More »
In a letter (PDF) filed Friday with the Wisconsin Supreme Court, Milwaukee attorney Frank Gimbel argued in favor of a public forum for handling the pending ethics case against state Justice David Prosser.Read More »
The first of four Wisconsin Supreme Court justices asked to step aside in the pending ethics case against Justice David Prosser has agreed to do so.Read More »
A Wednesday afternoon boycott staged by four state justices enhanced the fractured image of the Supreme Court and could happen again if its leader doesn’t conform to a new protocol.
Tagged with: Ann Walsh Bradley Annette Ziegler David Prosser Marquette University Law School Michael Gableman Patience Roggensack Patrick Crooks Rick Esenberg Shirley Abrahamson Supreme Court WI Supreme Court Wisconsin Judicial CommissionRead More »
Ethics violation accusations against Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice David Prosser stemming from an argument with a fellow justice may not move forward if his colleagues agree to recuse themselves from the case.Read More »
In a Tuesday letter to Justice Patience Roggensack, attorney Kevin Reak asked Roggensack to recuse herself from judging any aspect of disciplinary proceedings against Justice David ProsserRead More »
The Wisconsin Supreme Court on Monday unanimously dismissed a case challenging campaign rules that require financial disclosure from groups running issue ads for or against candidates.
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The Wisconsin Judicial Commission filed a formal complaint Friday against Justice David Prosser over his physical encounter with fellow Justice Ann Walsh Bradley last June.Read More »
A sharply divided Wisconsin Supreme Court voted Monday to end its longstanding practice of discussing court administrative matters in open conference.Read More »
Changes in procedure made after the Waukesha County clerk failed to report thousands of votes in this spring's Wisconsin Supreme Court election were set to be approved by the state board that oversees elections.Read More »