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David Feiss

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[...]

Dec 1, 2014

Feiss to make run for Milwaukee County Circuit Court

Following Judge Bonnie Gordon’s resignation Friday, Milwaukee County Assistant District Attorney David Feiss has announced he will run for judge in Branch 46.

Apr 18, 2014

Debt collection attorney pleads guilty to embezzlement (UPDATE)

A former West Allis debt collection attorney who admitted to stealing more than $780,000 from his clients has pleaded guilty to criminal charges.

Sep 17, 2012

Milwaukee County DA: Commissioner did not divert money from trust account (UPDATE)

Milwaukee County Assistant District Attorney David Feiss found no weight to allegations raised on the floor of a July 24 Milwaukee Common Council meeting that a city official was improperly diverting money from a city account, according to a letter from Feiss to an alderman.

Jun 30, 2011

Prosecutors feeling pay pinch

Milwaukee County prosecutor Marissa Santiago is exercising her will to stick with a job she loves, in the face of financial frustration.

May 5, 2011

Prosecutors reject furloughs, layoffs possible (UPDATE)

By TODD RICHMOND Associated Press MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Wisconsin district attorneys are bracing for a state-mandated work reduction for their assistant prosecutors, with some saying the “idiotic” move could mean crippling delays across the state’s criminal justice system. The state Department of Administration warned hundreds of assistant district attorneys that a 20 percent wo[...]

Apr 12, 2011

State prosecutors could face more furlough days

Prosecutor’s offices throughout Wisconsin are facing the possibility of having to significantly shuffle or delay courts dates if assistant district attorneys are forced to take six additional furlough days by June 30. In a proposal sent to the Association of State Prosecutors on Wednesday, the Office of State Employment Relations requested that members take an […]


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