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Racine sex assault case tests health record access

The Wisconsin Supreme Court must decide whether defendants should get managed access to mental health records of an alleged molestation victim in a case tied to the criminal prosecution of a billionaire executive from Racine.

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Wisconsin justices to consider several construction issues

Uncollectable legal judgments, government immunity for private contractors and “puffery” are at the core of three cases the Wisconsin Supreme Court will hear in the current session, each possibly affecting the construction industry in different ways.

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Lawyers ask Wis. high court to rule in prayer death (UPDATE)

A couple who prayed instead of taking their daughter to the hospital as she lay dying at their home were rightfully convicted of homicide, a state attorney told the Wisconsin Supreme Court on Tuesday in a case that raises questions about when prayer healing turns criminal.

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