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  • The Difference Between Circumstantial & Direct Evidence
    The Difference Between Circumstantial & Direct Evidence

    Evidence falls within two umbrella categories: circumstantial evidence and direct evidence. In the absence of evidence like an eyewitness account, prosecutors rely on circumstantial evidence that ...

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  • Defendants Need Court Permission to Point Blame Elsewhere
    Defendants Need Court Permission to Point Blame Elsewhere

    Courtroom dramas often depict a mid-trial surprise – the finger of blame is pointed in another person’s direction. This person could have committed the crime, not the defendant. These scenes make for ...

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  • Some Juvenile Crimes in Wisconsin Are Sent to Adult Court
    Some Juvenile Crimes in Wisconsin Are Sent to Adult Court

    Many people believe that any alleged crimes committed by someone under the age of 18 are adjudicated through the juvenile justice system. In Wisconsin, that is not true. The adult criminal justice ...

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  • WI Specialty Courts Focus on Treatment, Not Punishment
    WI Specialty Courts Focus on Treatment, Not Punishment

    When someone is accused of a crime, the typical path is for the criminal defense attorney to negotiate with prosecutors to reduce or drop charges or argue for the alleged offender in court. There is ...

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  • What Is the Difference Between a Jury and a Bench Trial?
    What Is the Difference Between a Jury and a Bench Trial?

    A jury of your peers renders a decision on guilt in a jury trial while the judge has that task in a bench trial. Each type of trial has its advantages and risks. Bench and jury trials are used in ...

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  • Concurrent vs. Consecutive Sentences
    Concurrent vs. Consecutive Sentences

    What is the Difference Between Concurrent and Consecutive Sentencing? Are you facing charges for multiple crimes? You may be wondering what your sentence will look like. If you were charged for ...

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