A Dane County couple whose trip to Mexico was delayed because a cab driver didn't show up is entitled to thousands in damages, the Court of Appeals ruled Thursday.
Even when a brief technically conforms to the Court of Appeals’ briefing rules, unwary counsel still can be sandbagged by the decisional briefing rules.
Drugged driving is trending in Wisconsin, an unfortunate result of the increased levels of cocaine and heroin circulating in state.
An attorney left paralyzed during a motorcycle crash that occurred when he was traveling with clients is not eligible for workers' compensation benefits, since he was not technically working when he crashed, the Wisconsin Court of Appeals ruled Thursday.
Government officials can consider the intentions of people who file open records requests when deciding whether to fill them, according to a recent court ruling that experts say marks a significant change in Wisconsin law.
A Kenosha man with a history of mental health issues will not be allowed to withdraw his pleas for sexual assault of a child and threatening a judge, the Wisconsin Court of Appeals ruled Wednesday.
Grabbing the bull by the horns, the Court of Appeals clarified a recurring issue in those misdemeanor sentencings that involve a penalty enhancer.
An insurer is exempt from paying court costs and settlements connected to lawsuits filed after a contractor ruptured a gas line and caused an April 2008 explosion in Oconomowoc, the Court of Appeals ruled Wednesday.
In a child sexual assault case that divided the Court of Appeals, the state Supreme Court properly kept the focus on the elements of the crime and a jury’s function.
A 1995 Wisconsin Supreme Court decision was not enough to sway the Court of Appeals to hold the town of Delavan to a similar standard, according to a recent decision.
State prosecutors filed an appeal Friday of a federal judge's decision overturning a Wisconsin man's conviction for killing his wife with poison.
Two contractors that worked on the defunct Staybridge Suites project in Milwaukee, and have been waiting years for payment, may never get compensated.
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- Lawyer with ties to Brookfield, Wis. sentenced to four Years in Federal Prison
- Justice Sandra Day O’Connor, the first woman on the Supreme Court, has died at age 93
- Gov. Evers appoints Toni L. Young to the Racine County Circuit Court
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- Vehicle wanted in Chicago homicide crashes into Milwaukee school bus during police pursuit
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- Henry Kissinger, secretary of state under Presidents Nixon and Ford, dies at 100
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