Wisconsin justice's spouse head of union-busting law firm

By Chris Young

Wisconsin Supreme Court justice married to head of firm that battles unions.

Excerpts from this story referencing "lawyer":

"… nion-free.” Justice Ann Walsh Bradley’s husband is Mark J. Bradley, a lawyer for Ruder Ware, a Wisconsin-based law firm that specializes in decertifyin …"

Free repository offers copies of PACER federal court records

By Traver Riggins

Want to see the federal indictment of a mortgage fraudster? You got it. Need the docket for a U.S. appeals court case? It’s yours. All with

Excerpts from this story referencing "Law":

"… hultze said last week at a Center for American Progress meeting to discuss Law.gov, a series of workshops discussing the potential for a registry and rep …"

"… gistry and repository of all primary legal materials in the United States. Law.Gov would be similar to Data.Gov, providing bulk data and feeds to commerc …"

Breaking the rules

By Steve Weinburg

Who suffers when a prosecutor is cited for misconduct?

Excerpts from this story referencing "Prosecutorial misconduct":

"… utor who has more than one reversal to her credit belongs to a select club.Prosecutorial misconduct falls into several categories, including:Courtroom misconduct (making inap …"

Anatomy of misconduct

By Steve Weinburg

There's much to learn when a trial goes terribly wrong

Excerpts from this story referencing "Washington Post":

"… misconduct. The year after Reasonover's murder conviction, a team of Washington Post reporters began investigating the conduct of police and prosecutors, …"