Wisconsin Attorney General Brad Schimel didn't ask a journalist to reveal who leaked documents to him that were collected during the investigation of Gov. Scott Walker's campaign out of respect for the reporter's free-speech rights, Schimel's spokesman said Thursday.
Wisconsin Attorney General Brad Schimel didn't ask a journalist to reveal who leaked documents to him that were collected during the investigation of Gov. Scott Walker's campaign out of respect for the reporter's free speech rights, Schimel's spokesman said Thursday.
The Wisconsin Department of Justice is not recommending the filing of any criminal charges following its investigation of a leak of information collected during a now-closed secret investigation into Gov. Scott Walker's campaign.
Two figures in the "John Doe" investigation into Republican Gov. Scott Walker's recall campaign allege the prosecutor who headed the probe failed to follow a court order.
The state Supreme Court has granted three prosecutors' request to join a case challenging an investigation into Gov. Scott Walker's campaign.
Three prosecutors filed a motion Friday to intervene in a court case halting a secret investigation into Gov. Scott Walker's recall campaign.
Two prosecutors involved in a secret investigation into Gov. Scott Walker's recall campaign say they won't appeal a ruling that halted the probe.
Attorney General Brad Schimel released a statement Tuesday calling on the special prosecutor who had been the lead in a now-halted John Doe investigation to not try to take the probe before the U.S. Supreme Court.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court has decided not to reconsider its shut down of a secret inquiry into Gov. Scott Walker’s campaign finances and clarified its early decision, removing the investigation’s special prosecutor.
A special prosecutor has asked the Wisconsin Supreme Court to reconsider its decision ending an investigation into Gov. Scott Walker's recall campaign, a move that signals he may take the case all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice David Prosser said Thursday he didn't have to recuse himself from a ruling that ended a secret investigation into coordination between Republican Gov. Scott Walker's recall campaign and outside groups.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court’s order closing an investigation involving Gov. Scott Walker keeps the state’s John Doe law intact but could encourage more defense lawyers to challenge search warrants.
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