In a rare step, the Wisconsin Supreme Court has indefinitely suspended the law license of a Mequon attorney, finding that he is medically incapable to defend himself in a pending lawyer-discipline proceeding.
An attorney known for defending the convicted serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer again faces suspension of his law license over charges that include failing to produce bank-account records to investigators and failing to submit fee disputes to arbitration.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court on Wednesday suspended serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer's attorney for two months over a series of ethics violations tied largely to an attempt to help a client recover money spent on fake John Lennon memorabilia.
A high-profile attorney known for defending Jeffrey Dahmer and the former Green Bay Packers star Mark Chmura is arguing that his license to practice law in Wisconsin should not be suspended.
A Milwaukee criminal defense attorney lost her law license Friday following multiple pending and filed disciplinary cases.
Gerald P. Boyle is denying six charges of alleged professional misconduct levied by the Office of Lawyer Regulation.
A plea hearing is postponed for the Milwaukee man who prompted a lockdown of a children's hospital after flashing a gun at police.
The Wisconsin Office of Lawyer Regulation filed a complaint Tuesday alleging attorney Gerald Boyle committed six acts of misconduct, including mishandling clients’ fees and failing to timely file a lawsuit for a client.
The suggestion that Aaron Hernandez will be treated the same as any other defendant charged with murder strains credulity, say lawyers who have represented sports figures accused of crimes like the one that landed the New England Patriots pro-bowler behind bars in June.
An embattled Milwaukee criminal defense attorney is facing her fourth complaint in three years from the Office of Lawyer Regulation for allegedly mishandling cases involving five clients in the past several years.
Contrary to her legal career and efforts as a mentor and volunteer, Mary Pat Jacoby’s most high profile case was based on nothing.
MILWAUKEE (AP) — It’s been 20 years since police arrested Milwaukee’s most notorious serial killer. The world found out on July 23, 1991, that Jeffery Dahmer had been arrested. The chocolate factory worker admitted to killing 16 young men and boys in Milwaukee and one in Ohio, some of whom he mutilated and cannibalized. He […]
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