What's at the center of the Wisconsin Supreme Court recusal rule debate?
Wisconsin’s Supreme Court is set to meet Thursday to discuss whether to create specific rules for when justices must excuse themselves from a case.
Wisconsin Supreme Court rules in favor of Maple Grove County Club
MADISON — A Wisconsin Supreme Court ruling Tuesday allows the owners of the former Maple Grove Country Club to seek compensation for the wastewater plant it built but was operated
The Secret Style Guide the Supreme Court Doesn't Want You to Read
You can't get any higher than supreme. So when the public gets a glimpse into the inner workings of the Supreme Court, it's a big deal.
How cases make it to the Supreme Court
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Nebraska Supreme Court decision in squabble over $436 hospital bill leaves questions
The Nebraska Supreme Court took up a legal squabble over whether city police or the county jail are responsible for a $436 hospital bill to evaluate a man to make
Nebraska Supreme Court rules anti-tanning campaign did not defame tanning businesses
A group of tanning salons filed suit in 2015 alleging that a campaign by the Nebraska Cancer Coalition had defamed the salons and disparaged their business with "false or misleading"
Supreme Court Affirms That Even 'Reckless' Domestic Abusers Should Lose Gun Rights
Acting impulsively and in the heat of the moment is not a excuse for violence.
Nebraska Supreme Court rules that divorce decree does not mandate Catholic Mass attendance
A father had argued that the tenets of the Catholic Church require attendance at weekend Mass as well as Mass on holy days of obligation, and a judge had ordered
Florist can’t refuse to provide flowers for same-sex wedding, state supreme court rules again
The Washington Supreme Court has ruled again against a Christian florist who refused to provide flowers for a same-sex couple’s wedding on the grounds that it would violate her religion.
Wisconsin Supreme Court: Defendants must be allowed to present cases
MADISON — The state Supreme Court says defendants must be allowed to present their cases in court. The ruling involves a 2016 Milwaukee case. State officials alleged a man identified as Mr. K in court documents had abandoned his children and should be stripped of his parental rights. The state presented its arguments during a bench trial. Before Mr. K could present his case, Judge Christopher Foley ruled he had abandoned the children and later that day terminated his rights.
What Does It Means to “Take” a Deer? Minnesota Supreme Court Adopts a Broad View.
On February 25, 2015, the Minnesota Supreme Court, in a unanimous decision written by Justice Lillehaug, held that the prohibition in Minn. Stat. § 97B.301, subd. 1 that a person may not “take” dee…
MN Find a Lawyer: What is the process with a PI case and do I have to go to court?
MSBA member Lindsay Lien Rinholen answers "What is the process with a personal injury case and do I have to go to court?" www.mnfindalawyer.com
Why the Trinity Lutheran Supreme Court Case Matters
Find out more: PlaygroundCase.com The US Supreme Court will decide whether the safety of children on religious school playgrounds is less important than the ...
Supreme Court says state must pay fines in competency cases
SEATTLE — The state agency responsible for providing competency evaluations and treatment for people arrested for crimes must pay more fines for failing to provide services in a timely manner, according to a Washington Supreme Court ruling on Thursday. The high court said the state is liable for fines starting the day the judge issues a contempt order, but the justices ruled in favor of the Department of Social and Health Services when it argued it shouldn't pay interest on those fines.
Wisconsin Supreme Court to decide public water disputes
MADISON — The Wisconsin Supreme Court will take up a series of legal disputes that could have far-reaching implications for state regulators' power to protect public waters from pollution and overuse. A state appeals court panel asked the high court Wednesday to settle 10 lawsuits over natural resources, which have been consolidated into two cases, the Wisconsin State Journal reported. The high court's rulings will determine the balance of power between lawmakers and state regulators.
What Is Gerrymandering? Supreme Court Looks At Case In Wisconsin
Supreme Court could cause a glacial shift in American Politics.
Why Do We Still Tolerate the Supreme Court?
In America at the dawn of the 20th century, 25,000 little boys spent 10 hours a day in the living hell known as a coal mine. Charged with pulling detri ...
Gay Marriage Goes to the Supreme Court, But What If the Justices Say "We Don't"?
The Supreme Court heard arguments in Obergefell v. Hodges on Tuesday, the case arguing for gay marriage rights nationwide. What happens if they rule against the plaintiffs? Confusion.
IC man charged with OWI after driving wrong way on Highway 6
IC man charged with OWI after driving wrong way on Highway 6Podhajsky01/24/18 An Iowa City man faces an Operating While Intoxicated charge after driving in the wrong lanes of Highway 6.An ICPD officer says he saw 27-year-old Mario Cabanas Adan
Supreme Court looks at what Legislature doesn't say regarding DUI cases
State law does not say refusing a blood test can be held against you in a DUI trial. However, the Vermont Supreme Court ruled Friday that the law doesn't say it can't be held against you, either. In a 3-2 decision, the court tossed out a lower court decision forbidding prosecutors from using a driver's refusal as evidence against a woman in a trial on charges stemming from a 2015 crash. The decision hinged on interpretations of a 2016 U.S. Supreme Court decision…