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  • WI Man Allegedly Cuts the Internet Cable in Hate Crime
    WI Man Allegedly Cuts the Internet Cable in Hate Crime

    U.S. Department of Justice statistics shows a sharp increase in reported hate crimes based on race/ethnicity/ancestry from 2019 to 2020, going from 3,963 to 5,227 incidents. The increase is mirrored ...

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  • 5 Reasons You Shouldn’t Represent Yourself in a Trial
    5 Reasons You Shouldn’t Represent Yourself in a Trial

    The man accused of killing 6 people at the 2021 Waukesha Christmas parade was granted his request to represent himself at trial. Darrell Brooks is charged with 77 counts, including 6 counts of ...

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  • No Statute of Limitations for Wisconsin Murder Charges
    No Statute of Limitations for Wisconsin Murder Charges

    The Wisconsin Department of Justice (DOJ) Division of Criminal Investigation (DCI) announced on Aug. 12 that charges had been filed in a double murder that occurred more than 30 years ago. Tony G. ...

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  • What Are Inchoate Crimes and Are They Serious?
    What Are Inchoate Crimes and Are They Serious?

    The term “inchoate” is not used often in everyday conversation, but you are undoubtedly familiar with some inchoate crimes: attempted kidnapping, solicitation to commit murder, and conspiracy to ...

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  • Milwaukee Homicides Increase Despite Drop in Violent Crimes
    Milwaukee Homicides Increase Despite Drop in Violent Crimes

    As a criminal defense law firm , we are always interested in news related to our work. So, when the Milwaukee Police Department (MPD) released a report detailing crime in the city, we paid close ...

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  • Are Theft Crimes All Classified the Same Way?
    Are Theft Crimes All Classified the Same Way?

    Most people consider the definition of theft to be when someone steals something that does not belong to them. However, the laws surrounding theft make it more complicated, and theft crimes are ...

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