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Racine County will test a program that notifies victims when a restraining order is formally served on their alleged perpetrators.
A Wausau man has been ordered to stand trial for bigamy.
A trial court should have looked for exculpatory evidence by privately reviewing the testimony of a confidential informant who tipped off police about a car carrying almost a pound of marijuana in Marshfield, according to the 4th District Court of Appeals.
Unions challenging Gov. Scott Walker's law that effectively ended collective bargaining for most public workers have asked a court to stop the state from implementing portions of the law found to be unconstitutional.
Wisconsin lawyers spend 37 percent of their time on work that goes unbilled, according to a national survey.
A Wisconsin legislator is pressing for a law that would require anyone charged with child molestation to stay away from the alleged victim.
Wisconsin utilities have agreed to spend more than $1 billion to clean up aging coal-fired power plants under a settlement with federal regulators announced Monday.
A Milwaukee police officer accused of illegal strip searches is expected to accept a plea deal.
In an effort to fend off an official investigation of its books, a major tobacco company hired a law firm to audit the classification of 5,000 workers.
Supreme Court justices are questioning a Virginia law that would override a federal employee's designation of a beneficiary in a federal insurance program.
If tort-reform bills now before state legislators had been laws two years ago, Lindy Orlowski would be out about $60,000.
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