State Bar of Wisconsin swears in new President, WisDOJ budget, cybersecurity, and public defender and ADA salaries discussed
Board of Governor's Meeting went into closed session only 31 minutes into the meeting.
MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Wisconsin Supreme Court Chief Justice Annette Ziegler has been reelected by her fellow justices to a second two-year term leading the state’s highest court. The court announced Thursday that justices had voted in private to keep Ziegler in the post she first assumed in 2021. The court did not announce the vote breakdown. […]
The Wisconsin Supreme Court's conservative majority said Thursday that a transgender woman cannot change her name because she is on the state's sex offender registry and the law does not allow people on the registry to change their names.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court has rejected Republican gubernatorial candidate Rebecca Kleefisch's request that it take over an absentee ballot box challenge in Wisconsin, in a ruling Friday.
In a short videoconferencing meeting on Friday, Wisconsin Supreme Court Chief Justice Patience Roggensack responded to five public comments the high court had received about an interim rule petition temporarily suspending jury trials in non-criminal matters.
What can an ordinary passenger do to stop police from searching the passenger’s property when it’s in a vehicle being searched with the driver’s consent?
The public will not be privy to attorney misconduct investigations before a formal complaint is filed, the Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled Tuesday.
It’s hard to imagine anyone turning to Wisconsin Supreme Court rulings for entertainment.
What if they held a Wisconsin Supreme Court election and nobody spent staggering sums trying to influence its outcome?
Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Patience Roggensack released the first television ad of the campaign on Wednesday, touting her experience as a judge over her two opponents who have never served on the bench.
Wisconsin Supreme Court candidate Vince Megna is calling on two others in the race to turn down any donations that come from outside the state.
Candidates for the Wisconsin Supreme Court reported little fundraising activity in the last two months of 2012 as the campaign remained largely silent ahead of the April 2 election.
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