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Archive for May 2012

Waterford man accused of embezzling $1.4 million

A Waterford man faces charges of embezzling $1.4 million from Waukesha Memorial Hospital while he was an employee there. The 52-year-old man allegedly submitted invoices for painting work from a company owned by his wife. However, the hospital later determined the woman’s company never performed any of the work listed. Such white collar crime charges…

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Sheriff's deputy faces sex crimes charges in Wisconsin

A sheriff’s sergeant in Milwaukee County, Wisconsin, is receiving a taste of the other side of the legal system after being accused of sex crimes. The man had once acted as a department spokesman before being charged in a federal court for purportedly producing child pornography over a period of two years. The sex crimes…

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Wisconsin man accused of attempted homicide

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…

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Wisconsin man accused of attempted homicide

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 officers inside of a Wisconsin hotel. Opening statements…

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Reduced Drunk Driving Charge Because Woman Had Pierced Tongue

Drunk driving is a very serious charge that affects many Wisconsin families every year. Just by being accused of a DWI or OWI can cause irreparable damage to a person’s professional reputation, and it can lead to potentially undue stress on that person’s family. Drunk driving stories are ubiquitous in the news, and often times…

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