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Topic - Wisconsin Supreme Court
The Wisconsin Supreme Court has declined to hear a petition brought by a same-sex couple from Milwaukee seeking to strike down the state's constitutional ban on gay marriage.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court has reduced a $1 million damage award against a title insurance company in a Door County property dispute.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court should stay out of a dispute over subpoenas in a secret investigation into possible illegal coordination between conservative organizations and recent recall campaigns, a liberal group said Monday.
A teenager who accused a billionaire heir to the SC Johnson fortune of sexually abusing her for years can't testify at his trial unless she agrees to release her medical records, the Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled Wednesday, reversing a decision it issued last year.
Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Ann Walsh Bradley has recused herself from ruling on a lawsuit seeking to halt a secret investigation into possible illegal coordination between conservative groups and recent recall campaigns.
A member of the Wisconsin Supreme Court's conservative majority said Tuesday she's troubled by the state's voter photo ID requirements, saying it's not fair that people who lack identification may have to pay for supporting documents to obtain it.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court is getting ready to listen to oral arguments in two lawsuits challenging the state's voter photo identification law.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court has ruled against State Farm Insurance Co. in a case that deals with tapping uninsured motorists coverage on up to three vehicles to collect more in claims.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court has reinstated the sexual assault conviction of a West Allis man after a state appeals court said he deserved a new trial.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court has scheduled oral arguments in two cases challenging the state's voter photo identification law for next month.
Clergy sex abuse victims have long accused the Archdiocese of Milwaukee of spending more money on lawyers to protect itself than to care for those who suffered at the hands of abusive priests. An Associated Press analysis of documents released this week found most of the $30 million the archdiocese paid out through mid-2012 went to victim settlements and therapy, but the bulk of it went to just a few victims — while hundreds of others got no money at all.
Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice David Prosser won't face criminal charges over accusations that he choked a liberal colleague, a prosecutor said Thursday.
A Wisconsin Supreme Court justice says another justice choked her during an argument in her office earlier this month — a charge her colleague denies.
Attorneys for Republican lawmakers asked the Wisconsin Supreme Court on Monday to overturn a judge's order blocking the state's polarizing union rights law, while Democrats urged the justices to uphold the ruling or make the GOP go through the usual and slow appeals process.