A defendant who tried to give a juror a flyer denouncing the judge about to consider his case has lost an appeal.
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Is a tree-cutting service entitled to recreational immunity when cutting trees on a conference center’s property that has a public path? The Court of Appeals says “no,” relying on a Wisconsin Supreme Court case from earlier this year on recreational immunity.Read More »
The state's castle doctrine law does not apply in the case of a Sheboygan Falls man who shot intruders at his girlfriend's apartment but also continued to shoot after the intruders fled, according to the District 2 Court of Appeals.Read More »
When the state cut Nels Naslund and his partners a $1.9 million check for a chunk of prime real estate off Highway 41, he said he never expected to have to share it with a renter.Read More »
The Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled Thursday that a Waukesha plumbing company is not entitled to direct payment for work done in 2008 because there was no breach of contract by the insurance company that hired the contractor.Read More »