Wisconsin Records Sites Adds CAPTCHA

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Most people aren’t familiar with the term CAPTCHA, but almost everyone who’s ever used the Internet has had to deal with a CAPTCHA. Completely Automated Public Turing test to tell Computers and Humans Apart is the expanded form of CAPTCHA. These frustrating devices are the scam protecting tests we all have to pass in order […]

Samsung See Through Semi-Truck

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Have you ever been stuck behind a big semi-truck going 10 miles per hour under the speed limit driving down a two-lane road? We’ve all been and it’s not a pleasant situation. You want to pass the semi but trying to judge the traffic flow in the opposite lane can be tricky, especially at night. […]

The Appeals Process

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In 1951 thirteen individuals filed a class action lawsuit against the Kansas Board of Education. The plaintiffs claimed the racial segregation happening in the Kansas Public School System was unjust. The case, commonly known as Brown v Board of Education, went to trial in the United States District Court of Kansas in Topeka, Kansas. The […]

Ensuring Breath Test Accuracy in Wisconsin OWI Cases

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The past evaluations for individuals who have been arrested for operating a vehicle while intoxicated or OWI (known as DUI/DWI in other states) have changed in recent years. The breath test has become the top method for all parties involved, performed by an Intoximeter EC/IR II. An Intoximeter EC/IR II is a machine that individuals blow into to […]

What to Do If You’ve Lost Your Wisconsin Traffic Ticket

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According to the Wisconsin Department of Motor Vehicles, there are a few steps you need to take if you misplace your traffic ticket. First, you need to verify from which county you received your ticket, specifically which Municipal or Circuit Court would have been listed on it. You can call the court closest to the […]

What to Expect At Your Arraignment

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Usually the first step in the courtroom process is the arraignment, a procedure that exists primarily to state a crime shortly after an arrest has been made. This happens sooner if an individual is being held in jail, usually within two to three days. But if the accused has been released on bail, it can […]

Facing Wisconsin Drug Possession Charges?  

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Did you know that, in Wisconsin, you can be charged with a felony for giving prescription drugs to a friend – even if no money is exchanged? Did you know that drugs don’t have to be on your person to be in your possession? They can be lying on the ground next to you and […]

Medical Bills in a Personal Injury Case

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When you’ve been injured due to the negligence of someone else, it’s not uncommon to need financial help to foot the bill for medical costs and other unexpected expenses. And those bills wait for no one, even if you’re caught in a lengthy insurance battle. They can really add up regardless of the severity of […]

Wisconsin man accused of attempted homicide

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Posted on behalf of Huppertz & Powers, S.C. A man accused of a serious crime is undergoing a trial and will likely benefit from a strong criminal defense as the case proceeds. The man is facing two counts of attempted first-degree intentional homicide after an incident last summer where he is accused of shooting at […]