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 "Milwaukee":

"… lenged in court by unions representing Madison school teachers and City of Milwaukee workers. Last September, a Dane County judge overturned the law, ruling th …"

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 "the PACER":

"… an for the Administrative Office of the Courts, the office responsible for the PACER system. “Rather, that money has been something of a war chest for future …"

"… its. It costs a lot of money to maintain, modernize, and constantly secure the PACER system.”ABOUT THE DATAWhat: Federal court case filingsWhere: Public Acce …"

Breaking the rules

By Steve Weinburg

Who suffers when a prosecutor is cited for misconduct?

Anatomy of misconduct

By Steve Weinburg

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

Excerpts from this story referencing "Law":

"… ter. Her first boss taught her "If it hurts, turn it over to the defense." Law and practice have moved a long way from that maxim, Goldwasser says, as co …"

"… idence.Defense Lawyers Daniel E. Monnat of Wichita and Paige A. Nichols of Lawrence, Kan., have identified 10 kinds of prosecutorial misconduct during cl …"