The Department of Justice is suing Kohl's Department Stores for withholding information about identity theft perpetrators.
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The Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled Thursday that the state Department of Justice has been defaming a Milwaukee man by linking him to his cousin's criminal history in a database used for background checks.Read More »
Lawyers and others who file court documents will be responsible for removing Social Security numbers and similar personal information beforehand, under a rule petition adopted by the Wisconsin Supreme Court on Tuesday.Read More »
The Supreme Court on Tuesday issued its first opinion of the new term, saying a lawyer cannot combine two laws to sue the federal government for violating identity theft protection laws banning the printing of credit card numbers and expiration dates on receipts.Read More »
By TODD RICHMOND Associated Press MADISON, Wis. (AP) — A drifter who was sentenced to 55 years in prison for helping to kill a member of her gang and torturing the woman’s 11-year-old son nearly to death was properly convicted, ...Read More »
Sentencing Identity theft A 108-month sentence for 22 counts of identity theft is not unreasonable. “The defendant asserts that the district court failed to consider his mitigating factors, including: his childhood trauma, cooperation with the authorities, his stroke and the ...Read More »