How To Fight Internet Crime Charges In Waukesha

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The Internet has quickly become an integrated part of life and society. In just under 30 years, the Internet went from something that only a few people could access or understand, to being the main source of entertainment and communication. Internet crimes are fairly new charges and the laws that are associated with them are new […]

Alicia’s Law Creates Unexpected Controversy

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Assembly Bill 666 (that’s really the name of the bill) more commonly known as “Alicia’s Law” was recently passed by state lawmakers. In short, this bill gives administrative subpoena power to the state Attorney General, and expands jailhouse strip searches.   The bill focuses on subpoenas for internet records for those suspected of internet sex […]

Mark it Zero!

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Well you don’t see this everyday. A man in Spring Valley has been charged with a second-degree felony of recklessly endangering safety. This charge is pretty broad and there are lots of ways to get hit with it. However, this man has invited a new and exciting way to be charged. Ricky Thorne, the man […]

Nude Baby Photos at the Center of Controversy

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Taking photos of kids when they’re young and as they grow up is a parent’s greatest joy. From the time they’re born, most kids are carefully photographed at every semi-major life event. Most photos are concentrated during the first three or so years of the child’s life. It’s not uncommon for some of these photos […]

Wisconsin Strip Search

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As part of a large settlement deal involving multiple cases, Milwaukee city officials have proposed paying $5 million to 74 African-Americans who are suing the city for what they claim to be unlawful strip searches. These strip searches and body cavity searches were conducted by police officers looking for drugs. The city stated the proposed […]

The Plight of Steven Avery

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The movie and TV streaming service, Netflix, has forever changed our society. By crushing movie rental giant Blockbuster, going to a brick and mortar store to rent movies is now a thing of the past. Netflix has now even started to produce their own shows and movies, with hits like House of Cards and Orange […]

New Internet Sex Crimes Bill

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A bill has been introduced that would allow Wisconsin law enforcement to have more resources to fight internet sex crimes against children. The bill is called Alicia’s Law, named after a survivor of an abduction and sexual assault, Alicia Kozakiewicz, and is authored by Rep. Joel Kleefisch, R-Oconomowoc, and Sen. Van Wanggaard, R-Racine, and Attorney […]

Wisconsin Bullying Laws Just Got Tougher

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The sad truth is that in today’s school system, bullying in simply going to happen. It’s estimated that 1 in 4 students will be bullied at school. In 2010 a report found that there were three main reasons kids were being bullied: looks (55%), body shape (37%), and race (16%). In recent years there has […]

Wisconsin Drone Laws

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Drones have recently made a huge impact on the country. What used to be reserved for the highest level of military intelligence can now be bought on Amazon for under $50. These flying menaces are now zipping across the skies all over the country. While drones can be a great way for people to enjoy […]

Changes Made to Wisconsin Alcohol Laws

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Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker recently signed bill 236, which put act 62 into law. This bill, commonly known as the “wine walk bill,” allows groups of businesses, that do not normally serve alcohol or food to their customers, to purchase wine and beer to serve to its customers during special events. During these special events […]