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Michael Aprahamian

Wisconsin absentee ballots
Jan 25, 2023

Wisconsin judge mulls what constitutes an address for voting

A Wisconsin judge considered Tuesday whether to make clear that local election officials can accept absentee ballots missing parts of a witnesses address, the latest legal fight in the battleground state where Republicans oppose the acceptance of partial addresses.

Oct 26, 2022

Wisconsin judge won’t allow partial addresses on ballots

A Wisconsin judge on Wednesday rejected an attempt backed by liberals to allow absentee ballots containing an incomplete witness address to be counted, saying that would disrupt the status quo and cause confusion with voting underway less than two weeks before Election Day.

Sep 13, 2022

Judge refuses to suspend absentee ballot ruling (UPDATE)

A Wisconsin judge on Tuesday sided with Republicans and declined to suspend his ruling from last week that state law does not allow election clerks to fill in missing information on witness certification envelopes that contain absentee ballots.

Sep 7, 2022

Judge Aprahamian sides with GOP in absentee ballot fight

A Wisconsin judge on Wednesday ruled that state law does not allow election clerks to fill in missing information on witness certification envelopes that contain absentee ballots, delivering a victory to Republicans nine weeks before the election in the battleground state.

Mar 15, 2022

THE VALADEZ CASE: She said her husband was abusive. A judge took away her kids and ordered her arrest.

After the judge in her Wisconsin divorce case ruled that her ex-husband — a man who had sought treatment for anger and alcohol issues — would get legal custody of and equal time with their four children, Julie Valadez vowed to fight back.

Oct 28, 2016

High court asked to give business courts another try

A proposal before the Wisconsin Supreme Court calls for the state to experiment with setting up specialized courts that would deal primarily with large-claim business and commercial cases.

Oct 20, 2016

Judge sentences Milwaukee lawyer to 30 months in jail

A Milwaukee attorney has been sentenced to 30 days in jail for three counts of theft from a client’s estate.

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