A former Milwaukee police officer will go on trial for the shooting death of a black man, attorneys told a judge Thursday, an indication that there's no plea deal in the works.
A state appeals court has found that the developers of a Milwaukee townhouse project could not sign away their right to appear before a jury in a lawsuit against the bank that had provided loans for the project.
The Court of Appeals has rejected a disbarred attorney’s pro se bid to overturn his felony conviction for theft.
In the eight years since the state enacted a cap on the amount of damages a plaintiff can collect in a medical malpractice case, a Milwaukee judge's decision to award an amputee $15.75 million more than the damages cap is the exception to the rule, the woman's attorney said Monday.
A Milwaukee County Circuit Court judge said Wednesday he will decide by the end of next week whether to enforce specific repair deadlines on the Estabrook Dam.
A group of judges and lawyers has sued a Milwaukee man they allege is harassing them by electronically filing bogus lien statements.
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MILWAUKEE (AP) — Desmond Dejuan Laster has been sentenced to four life terms with no chance for parole in the killings of two boys, their mom and a female accomplice. The 22-year-old was convicted in March of four counts of being party to first-degree intentional homicide. The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports Laster made no statement […]
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