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Tag Archives: Ray Dall'Osto

Does it matter how long jury selection takes?

As jurors in the murder trial of Kyle Rittenhouse listened to opening statements in a Wisconsin courtroom Tuesday, attorneys in south Georgia questioned potential jurors for a third week in the trial of three men charged in Ahmaud Arbery's slaying.

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A ‘wildcat pouncing on a porcupine’

It seems like the State Bar may be a little hurt over questions the Supreme Court asked them during a hearing Jan. 21 about a petition that seeks the ability to boot a member of the Board of Governors.

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Competency in question for teen in developer slaying (UPDATE)

The competency of the 17-year-old charged with murdering a Pewaukee developer still is in question after a brief hearing Thursday morning in Waukesha County Intake Court. The findings of a confidential competency examination performed on defendant Richard Wilson will be discussed during a June 2 court appearance before Judge William Domina. At that time, Domina is expected to rule on ...

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