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Tag Archives: J.P. Stadtmueller

Milwaukee activists praise ‘stop-and-frisk’ suit settlement

Community leaders working against disparities in the criminal justice system are greeting the settlement agreement in the ACLU's stop-and-frisk lawsuit against the city with hope. The $3.4 million settlement was made official Monday when U.S. District Judge J.P. Stadtmueller approved it.

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Man sentenced for pimping teens as part of business plan

A 38-year-old man told a federal judge that he had dreams and a formal business plan when he got out of state prison — and he only started sex trafficking his girlfriend and three 17-year-old girls so he could raise money for his business ventures.

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Man sentenced to 18 months for mortgage fraud

A Waukesha restaurateur has been sentenced to 18 months in federal prison for his participation in a scheme to fraudulently obtain millions of dollars in construction loans for a condominium project.

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The waiting game

Four of the five Article III judges in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin in Milwaukee will be eligible for senior status by fall 2012.

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