On May 30, Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke wrote a letter (preceded, of course, by a press release) to Milwaukee County District Attorney John Chisholm and Milwaukee County Circuit Court Chief Judge Jeffrey Kremers calling for the District Attorney’s office and all branches of Milwaukee County Circuit Court to suspend the use of deferred prosecutions, [...]
Since the announcement by retired Appeals Court Judge Neal Nettesheim that the John Doe investigation around members of Governor Scott Walker’s former County Executive staff was closed, we saw exaggerated weeping and gnashing of teeth on the left and gloating on right…well nothing in the statement from Judge Nettesheim would indicate that either party is [...]
If you take away anything from this next story, as egregious as it is, remember that line. That should be the mantel that the democrats use to prop up their republican counterparts in the upcoming election.
Now on to the story: JSonline delved into more detail regarding the republicans redistricting process. and the one word [...]
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Earlier today, Milwaukee County District Attorney John Chisholm announced felony charges have been filed against three individuals – including a former top aide to Gov. Scott Walker – as part of the ongoing John Doe investigation into Walker staffers.
Among those charged was Tim Russell (pictured at right along with [...]
Can someone explain to me how implementing the “Castle Doctrine” in Wisconsin will create jobs? Milwaukee County District Attorney John Chisholm said Wisconsin, like most states, doesn’t need a castle doctrine, because current law, refined over the last half century, provides more than adequate protection for anyone legitimately acting in self-defense.
“The statute in place [...]
November 1st, starts a new chapter in Wisconsin’s History as the new concealed carry law goes into effect. While some think this is a simple matter of the second amendment – except that is not true. Others explain it away for such things as protection, everyone else has it, now only criminals have guns, etc… [...]
…and here’s the proof. [Chisholm] said he believes the assistants will recoup their pay either through arbitration or court action later because he, like other district attorneys, thinks the Department of Administration is about to engage in a blatant contract violation.
“They cannot give a legal basis for what they’re doing. I don’t think the [...]