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Wisconsin Supreme Court

Jun 10, 2024

WLJ not invited to the party: State Bar closes doors to media

Other criticisms of the State Bar published recently included its diversity program and, as always, its mandatory membership rule.

May 16, 2024

Life means life, or not

This violation, as serious as it was, probably wouldn’t have resulted in a revocation in and of itself.

Apr 18, 2024

The case against jury trials

Any lawyer who truly believes that the jury system is an effective way to get justice is either naïve or has tried very few jury trials.

Apr 12, 2024

Commentary: Departing words from Supreme Court Justice Ann Walsh Bradley

"I believe strongly in the rule of law"

State Bar of Wisconsin
Mar 25, 2024

COMMENTARY: Past State Bar President Margaret Hickey: Zales Commentary Not Accurate

Hickey says she is seting the record straight.

Election Interference
Mar 20, 2024

COMMENTARY: Who is Kenneth Chesebro?

More Information About the 2020 Fake Electors Scheme Unveiled in Wisconsin Lawsuit Settlement.

Mar 18, 2024

COMMENTARY: State Bar Board displays ‘irresponsibility, buffoonery and ineptitude’

State Bar of Wisconsin members deserve better, says a member of the Board of Governors.

Mar 15, 2024

Sweet Home Alabama? Not So Much

The language is even more scary than the holding itself.

Wisconsin 1st Amendment
Mar 14, 2024

Wisconsin Supreme Court justice issues dire warning, judge warns Democrats stifling First Amendment

First Amendment rights vs. privacy - which should prevail?

Mar 5, 2024

Wisconsin alum turned Maryland attorney loses law license for 6 months

Maryland Attorney Erick R. Tyrone won't be practicing law for the next six months in Maryland; Washington, D.C.; or Wisconsin, pursuant to rulings from the Court of Appeals of Maryland, Supreme Court of Wisconsin and a D.C. court.

Feb 13, 2024

Senate passes governor’s legislative maps, a move that could keep case out of Supreme Court

Wisconsin's GOP-controlled Senate on Tuesday passed legislative maps that were proposed by Democratic Gov. Tony Evers — a move that could ultimately prevent the liberal-controlled state Supreme Court from implementing maps that could be even worse for Republicans.

Feb 8, 2024

Congress demands ‘Rule of law’ over ‘Rule of Janet’: Protasiewicz must recuse on political maps case

The Wisconsin Supreme Court has a deadline of March 15 to order new maps.

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