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Jun 2, 2023

Lawsuit between Wauwatosa, urban planner moves forward after judge’s signature

A lawsuit between a Milwaukee urban planner and the city of Wauwatosa will move forward after Milwaukee County Circuit Court Judge Christopher Foley signed an alternative writ of mandamus.

May 25, 2023

Evers appoints trio to Milwaukee County Circuit Court

Gov. Tony Evers has appointed Amber Raffeet August, Raphael Ramos and Anderson Gansner to the Milwaukee County Circuit Court.

Mar 14, 2023

Evers seeks applicants for Milwaukee County Circuit Court

By Steve Schuster [email protected] Gov. Tony Evers announced Tuesday that he is seeking applicants for the Milwaukee County Circuit Court Branches 14 and 46. “The appointments will fill vacancies being created by Judge Christopher Foley’s resignation,” Evers said in a statement, noting that Judge David Feiss will also be resigning. Foley’s resignation will be effecti[...]

Jul 2, 2021

Attorney says ousted Milwaukee police chief won’t return to post Saturday

Ousted Milwaukee Police Chief Alfonso Morales will not return to his job on Saturday as per a court order, his attorneys said Thursday.

Dec 20, 2020

Judge gives Milwaukee’s ousted police chief job back

A judge has given Milwaukee's ousted police chief his job back, just a day after the board that demoted him selected a new acting chief.

Aug 19, 2015

Parks advocacy group will not appeal development ruling

Members of a parks advocacy group say they will not appeal a recent court decision allowing the proposed Couture development to proceed at Milwaukee's Downtown Transit Center site.

Aug 3, 2015

Setting boundaries for the Couture

A recent Milwaukee County Circuit Court ruling has paved the way for the development of the Couture project.

Jun 26, 2015

Court opens door to Couture development in Milwaukee

A court ruling Friday cleared the way for the Couture development along Milwaukee's lakefront, as well as the construction of a station for the lakefront line for the city's long-planned streetcar.

Apr 1, 2015

Changing order in the court

As fewer cases make it to trial and social-science research undermines old notions of how jurors make decisions, lawyers are finding that they are spending less time in endeavors once deemed essential to their profession.

Jun 11, 2014

Attorneys recommend Milwaukee pay in sewer suit

Milwaukee’s attorneys are urging the Common Council to pay almost $1 million rather than appeal a verdict finding the city liable for damage when raw sewage flooded multiple homes in 2008.

Mar 22, 2014

Milwaukee residents win higher court costs in sewer suit

A group of 181 Milwaukee residents who successfully sued the city after raw sewage flooded their basements in 2008 won a second victory Friday by convincing a judge to increase amounts awarded for court costs.

Mar 21, 2014

Milwaukee residents win higher court costs in sewer suit

A group of 181 Milwaukee residents who successfully sued the city after raw sewage flooded their basements in 2008 won a second victory Friday by convincing a judge to increase amounts awarded for court costs.

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