Sometime jury members can’t come to an agreement in criminal cases. But when jurors are prepared to acquit a defendant on the most serious charges in a case and are deadlocked on the lesser included charges, can a defendant be retried or has jeopardy attached?Read More »
The Wisconsin Supreme Court on Monday unanimously dismissed a case challenging campaign rules that require financial disclosure from groups running issue ads for or against candidates.
Tagged with: Ann Walsh Bradley Annette Ziegler campaign finance Charles Clevert David Prosser First Amendment G.A.B. Godfrey & Kahn Government Accountability Board Michael Gableman N. Patrick Crooks Patience Roggensack Shirley Abrahamson Supreme CourtRead More »
The earliest memory Brandy Harbin has of her uncle is going to visit him on death row at Holman State Prison in Atmore, Ala., when she was 4 years old.Read More »
The Wisconsin Judicial Commission filed a formal complaint Friday against Justice David Prosser over his physical encounter with fellow Justice Ann Walsh Bradley last June.Read More »
As U.S. Supreme Court watchers gear up for the extended oral arguments in the challenge to the health care law later this month, a new poll reveals most Americans believe the decision in the case will be based more on politics than law.Read More »