The Wisconsin Supreme Court has found the Court of Appeals "short-circuited" a circuit court by issuing a constructive trust in the absence of fact-finding.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court disagreed on invoking laches in an appeal case that concerns a defendant's rights in a 2007 homicide conviction. Last week, a 4-3 majority upheld imposing laches in the case, prompting the responses "Really?" in one of the arguments.
Wisconsin's Supreme Court reversed itself Tuesday and allowed the governor to take control of public school policy from the state superintendent, a decision that could translate to a major victory for Republicans if they can defeat Democratic Gov. Tony Evers in three years.
Justice Shirley Abrahamson has withdrawn herself from three more cases pending before the Wisconsin Supreme Court.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court’s public hearing on Thursday was a short one, with just one justice voicing concerns about a proposed rule change.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court has ruled in favor of a family that wants to rent out its house along Hayward Lake in northern Wisconsin, despite complaints from the neighbors.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court has approved a reorganization of the state’s judicial administrative districts.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court has affirmed the murder conviction of a Richfield man who got life without parole in the strangulation death of his ex-girlfriend in 2013.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court recently issued an order rejecting a request that the court revise its rules involving the appellate record.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court declined Wednesday to overturn the state’s “bright-line” rule stipulating that developers have no vested interest in a property until they’ve obtained a building permit.
David Prosser filled a lot of roles: prosecutor, legislator, state Supreme Court justice. But he's likely to be best remembered for getting into a physical altercation with another justice that brought national ridicule to Wisconsin's highest court.
After Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Rebecca Bradley left oral arguments early in February, her colleague Justice Ann Walsh Bradley labeled it an unusual occurrence.
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- Parts of a Martin Luther King Jr. memorial in Denver have been stolen
- Right to contraception rejected by Wisconsin Assembly Republicans
- Planned Parenthood asks Wisconsin Supreme Court to find 1849 abortion law unconstitutional
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