Money laundering complaint filed against Justice Protasiewicz by convicted felon, election denier, alleged stalker
The same election denier and convicted felon who allegedly stalked Elections Commission chair Meagan Wolfe has filed a complaint against Wisconsin Supreme Court Candidate Janet Protasiewicz.
Republicans fighting to preserve Wisconsin legislative electoral maps they drew argue in new legal filings that a key liberal Wisconsin Supreme Court justice must recuse from the case despite the dismissal of complaints against her related to comments she made about redistricting.
One of the former Wisconsin Supreme Court justices tapped to investigate impeaching newly elected Justice Janet Protasiewicz for taking Democratic Party money accepted donations from the state Republican Party when he was on the court.
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Court agrees to review two cases, denies several others.
Wisconsin's Republican Assembly leader announced Wednesday that he's created a panel to investigate the criteria for impeachment as he mulls taking that unprecedented step against a liberal state Supreme Court justice.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court is being asked to prohibit the Wisconsin Legislature from impeaching liberal Justice Janet Protasiewicz.
Wisconsin Republicans have enjoyed outsize control of the Legislature in one of the most closely divided states for a dozen years. Maintaining that power is now at the heart of a drama involving the state Supreme Court that has national political implications.
Democratic Party of Wisconsin opened its war chest Wednesday, releasing $4 million in the 'Defend Justice' multi-pronged statewide campaign.
Liberal majority told Chief Justice Annette Ziegler they didn’t plan to release the changes to administrative rules on Friday, Aug. 4, but after Ziegler demanded a copy she sent them out to news outlets before a statement was issued to court personnel.
“Again, I will not condone such lawless destruction of the constitution, the judiciary, or the court,” Ziegler wrote.
In the event Protasiewicz is impeached, Gov. Tony Evers would appoint another justice to serve on the state's Supreme Court.
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