If a woman claims she was going faster than 90 mph in a 55 mph zone to get away from an unknown vehicle that was terrorizing her and following her every move, can the trial court legally recognize this as a “necessity” defense for speeding?
Gov. Scott Walker’s office announced Monday the appointments of two judges, one to the Eau Clair County Circuit Court Branch 1 and one to the Jefferson County Circuit Court Branch 3.
The U.S. Supreme Court says judges can't use newer sentencing guidelines on an old case.
Years of ignoring city deadlines finally could prove costly for the owners of an abandoned downtown Milwaukee parking garage.
The Obama Administration has announced five executive actions and seven legislative proposals aimed at holding back the tsunami of litigation by patent trolls, and lawyers are weighing in on whether the recommendations will wall off the tidal waves or merely be sandbags on the shore.
A state-hired psychiatrist has decided that an Iraq War veteran was not suffering from a mental disease when he allegedly killed his wife while she was on duty as a suburban Milwaukee police officer.
A court case between two family members opened Debra Tuttle’s eyes to the power of mediation.
Amalia Todryk of Quarles & Brady LLP, Milwaukee, was designated chairman of the estate & trust section of the Milwaukee Bar Association. She will take over in September and complete her term in June 2014.
The city of Onalaska is seeking applicants for its city attorney position.
A New Mexico school principal has filed a discrimination complaint with Wisconsin state regulators against Regis Catholic Schools, contending it rescinded an offer to be its president because of unfounded speculation that he is gay.
Wisconsin attorneys would be able to nullify court rulings that block state laws under a Republican-backed bill approved Thursday by the state Assembly.
Many Americans do not see the need for an independent and impartial judiciary and would prefer that judges act as a reflex of popular will, former U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor said Wednesday.
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