When Jonathan Safran took on a case, he was dogged in the pursuit of his goals and painstaking in his methods.
Jonathan Safran, a prominent Milwaukee civil rights attorney, has died after a five-and-a-half year battle with cancer.
A Wisconsin police officer will not be charged in the fatal shooting of a black man in a suburban Milwaukee park in June, a local police chief said on Monday.
The family of a man who died in Milwaukee police custody five years ago filed a federal civil rights lawsuit Wednesday against the city and the officers involved.
The U.S. Justice Department announced plans Tuesday to work with Milwaukee police on implementing reforms following the fatal shooting of a mentally ill black man in a confrontation with a white officer last year at a downtown park.
The U.S. Justice Department said Tuesday it wouldn't pursue criminal civil rights charges against a white Milwaukee police officer who shot a mentally ill black man 14 times in a city park last year.
One of the 14 bullets fired by a Milwaukee police officer at a mentally ill man killed in a downtown park in April hit him in the back, according to official autopsy results released Monday by an attorney for the man's family.
More than four months after a Milwaukee police officer shot and killed a man in a downtown park, prosecutors said Tuesday they still hadn't decided whether the officer should be criminally charged.
The parents of a 13-year-old Milwaukee boy who was fatally shot by an elderly neighbor have won a civil judgment against the convicted killer.
A Milwaukee County judge has postponed a decision on whether to bypass a trial in the civil case of John Henry Spooner, who shot and killed his teenage neighbor as the boy's mother watched in horror.
An Oshkosh Correctional Institution inmate who was beaten by a former Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Office sergeant during an arrest may get paid more than $100,000 as part of a settlement between him and Milwaukee County.
Prosecutors can proceed with a case against four Milwaukee police officers charged with conducting illegal strip searches of suspects, a judge ruled Friday.
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