The longest preliminary hearing occurred in Outagamie County in September 1987. It took six weeks.
The State Bar is starting a bit early in its attempts to get more money for the courts system in the next year’s budget.
It seems like Chief Justice Shirley Abrahamson and Justice David Prosser had a lot more on their minds Friday than just the facts of the four Office of Lawyer Regulation cases for which they released opinions.
Serial pro se litigant Rodney Rigsby is still at it.
The State Bar is spending $51,000 to bring Robert Gibbs and Karl Rove to its 2014 Annual Meeting & Conference next month.
The State Bar spent $219,603.25 on lobbying in 2013. They spent 5,452 hours advocating for their many positions, firmly putting them near the top of the heap in terms of time spent.
Rep. Dale Kooyenga said he is going to get the money owed to Robert Stinson one way or another, even if it means putting it in next year’s budget.
I didn’t think Pussy Riot even knew that Wisconsin existed. I guess I was wrong.
One of the attorneys representing a group of Racine bar owners who are suing city officials for alleged racial discrimination said the suit started with one person and grew from there.
It seems like the State Bar may be a little hurt over questions the Supreme Court asked them during a hearing Jan. 21 about a petition that seeks the ability to boot a member of the Board of Governors.
The open rules conferences that the Wisconsin Supreme Court holds are continually proving to be a time where the power struggle between two factions that divide the court get to air their grievances in public.
With the latest bill addressing the removal of information from CCAP popping up this week, I thought it was worth reviewing a few of the other bills introduced in the past few months that sought to address the exact same problem, yet have gone nowhere.
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