Authorities have identified the body of a woman found in Wisconsin 13 years ago, but are still investigating how she died.Read More »
The suspect in a Christmas parade crash in suburban Milwaukee that killed five people was due in court Tuesday where five homicide charges were expected to be filed, a crime that can carry the stiffest penalty possible under Wisconsin law — mandatory life in prison.Read More »
A Wisconsin judge has ordered a lifetime of state supervision for a man who was found guilty of murdering a friend but was also suffering from a mental disease.Read More »
The social media manager for the Democratic Party in DuPage County outside Chicago was removed from her position after posting tweets on Monday in which she compared the driver of an SUV that plowed into a Christmas parade in suburban Milwaukee to Kyle Rittenhouse.Read More »
The suspect in a Christmas parade crash in suburban Milwaukee that killed five people was free on $1,000 bail posted just two days before the deadly event, a fact that is leading to a review of what happened and renewed calls for giving judges more power to set higher bails.
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Soon after a Wisconsin jury acquitted Kyle Rittenhouse of all charges against him, defense attorney Mark Richards took a swipe at his predecessors, telling reporters that their tactics — leaning into Rittenhouse's portrayal as a rallying point for the right to carry weapons and defend oneself — were not his.Read More »
A joyous scene of marching bands and children dancing in Santa hats and waving pompoms turned deadly in an instant, as an SUV sped through barricades and into a Christmas parade in suburban Milwaukee, killing at least five people and injuring more than 40 others.Read More »
Democrats brushed aside months-long divisions and pushed their expansive social and environment bill through a sharply divided House on Friday, as President Joe Biden and his party moved closer to capitalizing on their control of government by funneling its resources toward their top domestic priorities.
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A 31-year-old man has died after being stabbed on a Greyhound bus that had stopped in Waukesha County, according to authorities.Read More »
A QAnon supporter accused of attacking two U.S. Army reservists in a Milwaukee suburb earlier this year was sentenced Thursday to 14 months in federal prison.Read More »
Police in a northwestern Wisconsin community said a man angry with a citation issued to a family member deliberately smashed through the front entrance to city hall, narrowly missing an officer.Read More »
A New Jersey man is going to prison for his role in conspiring with a hate group to threaten and intimidate properties owned by Black people and Jews throughout the country.Read More »
Jurors weighing charges against Kyle Rittenhouse returned Wednesday for a second day of deliberations in his murder trial, after failing to reach a swift verdict on whether he was the instigator of a night of bloodshed in Kenosha or a concerned citizen who came under attack while trying to protect property.Read More »
The upcoming verdict in Kyle Rittenhouse's murder trial for shooting three men during street unrest in Wisconsin comes against a backdrop of deep political divisions and expanded access to guns in the United States – factors that some fear could lead to more dangerous encounters.Read More »
A case before the Wisconsin Supreme Court on Tuesday threatens to invalidate a Brown County sales tax used to reduce debt and pay for road work, a new expo center and other projects. The Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty, ...Read More »
Lindner & Marsack placed four attorneys on the Super Lawyers list. Honorees include Douglas Feldman, Gary Marsack, Daniel Pedriana and Oyvind Wistrom. Feldman and Wistrom were also named as Best Lawyers by U.S. News & World Report, along with Daniel Finerty and Jonathan Swain.
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