State responds to Milwaukee Police Department misrepresentations

As a response to a high-profile investigation by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, local and state officials have called for independent audits of crime numbers released by the Milwaukee Police Department. The Journal Sentinel investigation determined that over 500 recent serious assault and battery cases, including serious domestic violence assaults, have been misclassified by the department […]

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Economic recession may be causing a rise in domestic violence

Last December, we wrote about a Wisconsin woman who allegedly attacked her husband and daughter in a hotel room because she was upset about the Packer’s first loss of the season. While this was a somewhat unique case, it shows that incidents of domestic violence can be triggered by many factors. Personal stress related to […]

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Large mob of young people blamed for mall violence incident

The holiday season may be coming to an end, but the shopping frenzies over the past month remind us that a crowd mentality can sometimes take over and cause good people do to uncharacteristically bad things. Many Waukesha residents have made the trek to Minnesota at some point to visit the Mall of America. Some […]

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Wisconsin woman faces criminal charges following Packers loss

In March, we wrote about the results of a study suggesting that there may be a correlation between incidents of domestic violence and NFL football losses. Specifically, researchers said that a home-team loss could result in a 10 percent jump in domestic violence 911 calls within 1-2 hours after the end of the game. Thankfully, […]

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Does Wisconsin Domestic Violence Increase When The Packers Lose?

Football season is over and for Wisconsin residents the season could not have ended better. The Packers took the Super Bowl title and our whole state had a reason to celebrate. We warned readers about the dangers of drunk driving on Super Bowl Sunday, but were fans also at a higher risk for other criminal […]

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Wearing Glasses In Court Might Just Get You Acquitted

In criminal cases defendants have their fate decided by a jury of their peers. The jury is selected somewhat randomly to make sure that they are “fair and impartial.” Nonetheless, we all seem to have some positive and negative prejudices that unconsciously influence our decisions. One of those prejudices is appearance. More trial lawyers are […]

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New Court System Offers Humane Solution For Struggling Veterans

It is unfortunately common to see veterans returning from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan who have a difficult time readjusting to civilian life. These brave men and women who fought so fiercely for our country now feel out of place at home. What’s worse, many returning vets are in need of treatment for post […]

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