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Nov 17, 2023

Judge: Felons can own firearms

In Chicago alone, there are hundreds of pending felon-with-firearm cases.

Nov 17, 2023

Proposed noncompete agreement ban under attack

About 1 in 5 American workers, nearly 30 million people, are bound by noncompete agreements.

Nov 17, 2023

Man who attacked Pelosi’s husband convicted of federal assault and attempted kidnapping charges

A lawyer for the man who broke into former U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s San Francisco home and attacked her husband told a federal jury Wednesday that David DePape was motivated by his political beliefs.

Nov 16, 2023

Gov. Evers takes action on three bills

Bills range from pay day loans to collective bargaining.

Nov 16, 2023

Feds warn of terror threat on US soil while cybersecurity remains top priority for Wisconsin courts

Federal agencies are working closely with state and local law enforcement partners to mitigate threats.

Nov 16, 2023

Prosecutor asks judge to revoke bond for Harrison Floyd in Georgia election case

The Georgia prosecutor pursuing a case against former President Donald Trump and others on Wednesday asked a judge to revoke the bond of defendant Harrison Floyd, saying he has been intimidating witnesses and codefendants in the case.

Nov 16, 2023

Illegal border crossings decline 14%

Illegal border crossings from Mexico fell 14% in October from a month earlier, U.S. authorities said Tuesday, ending a three-month streak of big increases.

Nov 16, 2023

Trump wins case to stay on ballot in Michigan

Michigan judge ruled Tuesday that former President Donald Trump will remain on the state's primary ballot, dealing a blow to the effort to stop Trump's candidacy with a Civil War-era Constitutional clause.

Nov 16, 2023

Mayor sought to bar reporter from City Hall

Mayor allegedly asked local police department to seek a court order barring a journalist from gathering facts.

Nov 16, 2023

Sharing complaint with reporter did not waive privilege, appeals court rules

Attorneys do not waive the attorney-client or work product privilege by giving a copy of a final, signed complaint to a reporter before it is served or filed, the Court of Appeals ruled Monday,  Nov. 6.

Milwaukee County Justice System
Nov 15, 2023

Milwaukee County Clerk of Circuit Court: 2024 budget changes

Officials: 2024 Budget delivers a major win for access to justice in Milwaukee County

Odalo Ohiku
Nov 15, 2023

Milwaukee deputy city attorney may have done private legal work even while under scrutiny, inspector general says

A deputy city attorney in Milwaukee City Attorney Tearman Spencer's office has continued appearing in court on behalf of his private law firm even as he was under scrutiny over allegations that he was performing private work on city time, Milwaukee's inspector general said Monday.


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