Milwaukee County Chief Judge Mary Triggiano completed her service as chief judge of Wisconsin’s First Judicial District last week. She now prepares to transition into her new role as Director of Andrew Center for Restorative Justice at Marquette Law School. “We are forever grateful for Judge Triggiano’s nearly 20 years of service on the Milwaukee […]
Judge Triggiano leaving Milwaukee County bench, named director of Marquette’s Andrew Center for Restorative Justice
Mary Triggiano, chief judge for the Milwaukee County Circuit Court, has been named director of Marquette University Law School’s Andrew Center for Restorative Justice, Marquette President Michael Lovell announced on Wednesday.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court has appointed Judge William Brash III as chief judge of the Wisconsin Court of Appeals.
Chief Justice Ziegler gives update on court operations, recognizes Milwaukee County’s Triggiano during MBA meeting
Wisconsin Supreme Court Chief Justice Annette Ziegler provided an update on court operations as pandemic-related restrictions lift throughout the state and recognized Milwaukee County Chief Judge Mary Triggiano's leadership during the Milwaukee Bar Association's 2021 annual meeting.
Participants in Milwaukee County’s criminal justice system believe the courts will come back from the COVID-19 pandemic stronger than it was before.
Milwaukee County residents returned to jury duty this week, wearing masks, following signs, waiting on limited elevator space, sanitizing their hands, and moving around plexiglass barriers.
Milwaukee County Circuit Court judges will begin hearing in-person proceedings on Monday.
Milwaukee County Circuit Court Chief Judge Mary Triggiano expects the county will have seven criminal courts up and running in the next three weeks.
The Milwaukee County Circuit Court is suspending a number of proceedings for three weeks as a coronavirus precaution.
The Milwaukee Bar Association will be recognizing several members of the legal community at its annual meeting.
A legislative study committee tasked with recommending improvements to Wisconsin's treatment courts voted Wednesday to set up a grant program for family courts.
A Milwaukee committee working to address the needs of sex-trafficking victims in the juvenile system is starting to attract the attention of judges who decide the cases that will determine the victims’ fates.
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