A Wisconsin Supreme Court justice says her uncle was unable to vote in last week's primary election, even though he has a veteran's ID from his service in World War II.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court has ruled that a parking garage that lies beneath an apartment building and has locked entrances is not protected curtilage under the Fourth Amendment.
A Wisconsin Supreme Court justice joined a request to a federal judge Monday to block a change in the state's chief justice.
Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Patience Roggensack cast the deciding vote in her favor to replace longtime Chief Justice Shirley Abrahamson in the first-of-its kind action, emails released Thursday to The Associated Press show.
Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Ann Walsh Bradley is breaking with her colleagues on the state's highest court and will serve as her own attorney in defense of a lawsuit brought by Chief Justice Shirley Abrahamson challenging a voter-approved constitutional amendment.
Spending topped more than $1.1 million on television advertising on a pair of Wisconsin Supreme Court contests decided in Tuesday's election.
Justice Ann Walsh Bradley says her re-election victory shows that voters want the Wisconsin Supreme Court to be nonpartisan.
Justice Ann Walsh Bradley won re-election to the Wisconsin Supreme Court on Tuesday, handily defeating Rock County Circuit Judge James Daley and conservatives who wanted to increase their majority on the officially nonpartisan court.
The candidates for Wisconsin Supreme Court made a final push to connect with voters on Monday, with Justice Ann Walsh Bradley focusing on the Democratic stronghold of Milwaukee while challenger Rock County Circuit Judge James Daley was in the more conservative Fox Valley.
Wisconsin Supreme Court hopeful James Daley boosted his cash over the last month but incumbent Justice Ann Walsh Bradley still has the edge on him in the money game.
Wisconsin Supreme Court races officially are nonpartisan affairs, but don't tell that to high court hopeful James Daley and Justice Ann Walsh Bradley.
Wisconsin Supreme Court candidates Ann Walsh Bradley and James Daley are facing off for a live, televised debate just over a week before the April 7 election.
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