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Court Watch: Absentee Dad Can’t Collect from Son’s Estate
Court Watch

Absentee Dad Can’t Collect from Son’s Estate

Court rules father won’t get share of $1.4 million legal settlement in death of his son.

Judges Letter for Immediate Publication
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Judges Letter for Immediate Publication

Letter from thirty six sitting and retired Milwaukee area judges regarding the upcoming Supreme Court election on April 2nd.

Campaign to Retain Judge Andrew Jones Earns Broad Support From Judiciary
Press Release

Campaign to Retain Judge Andrew Jones Earns Broad Support From Judiciary

"It is an honor to have the support of so many members of the Milwaukee County judiciary.

Supreme Court Candidate Judge Lisa Neubauer announces support from five dozen more judges
Press Release

Supreme Court Candidate Judge Lisa Neubauer announces support from five dozen more judges

More than 260 current and former judges now endorse Neubauer

Court Watch: Life Sentence For Juvenile OK, Court Says
Court Watch

Life Sentence For Juvenile OK, Court Says

Man who killed woman when he was 16 gets life plus 32 years. Appeal court upholds it.

Wisconsin Judges Back Rebecca Dallet for Supreme Court Bid
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Wisconsin Judges Back Rebecca Dallet for Supreme Court Bid

More than 200 judges covering 54 counties across the state have endorsed Dallet's campaign

Court Watch: Appeals Court Clarifies Police Custody
Court Watch

Appeals Court Clarifies Police Custody

State claims a handcuffed man not in “custody.”

Appeals court in Milwaukee begins an all-female era
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Appeals court in Milwaukee begins an all-female era

Plenty of Horne: Campaign Season Kicks Off
Plenty of Horne

Campaign Season Kicks Off

Politicos flock to Jon Richards fundraiser, and judicial candidate Janet C. Protasiewicz's event.

Plenty of Horne: Shocking Conditions at the Courthouse
Plenty of Horne

Shocking Conditions at the Courthouse

Court Commissioner Barry Slagle electrocuted in scary, unreported incident at courthouse.