Milwaukee recently saw its 11th co-sleeping death this year. In response, County Supervisor Mark Borkowski suggested state legislators enact new laws that would permit prosecutors to bring “manslaughter” charges against parents who cause the death of a child through co-sleeping.Read More »
More than half of all black men in Milwaukee County have spent time in prison, according to a University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee study.Read More »
Attorneys who are appointed to cases by the Wisconsin State Public Defender’s Office are paid $40 per hour.
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Sometimes lost in the debate over gun control is the fact that this country needs meaningful change to the way in which mental health treatment is ordered, offered and executed.Read More »
On Aug. 27, Michael Fitzsimmons awoke at 2 a.m. to the sound of noises coming from his garage. It was dark out and Fitzsimmons walked outside to investigate. Upon entering his garage, Fitzsimmons was confronted by a man later identified as James Babe.Read More »
One might think that former Republican Senator Ted Stevens, now deceased, must have very little in common with baseball legend Roger Clemens.Read More »
A fundamental principle of the American justice system is individuals should not be subject to criminal prosecution and penalties unless they intentionally engage in inherently wrongful conduct or conduct that they know to be unlawful.
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