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1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Civil Rights, Constitutional Law and Gov & Administrative Law for Wisconsin on
Q: I know of an Intentional Homicide and Neglegence of Ex County official

The Victim was left in a ditch for dead and a Neighbor whom came to drop off vegetables found him Naked, Sunburned and almost dead from dehidration and Kidney's shutting down, he was Airlifted to a nearby Hospital where he layed in a coma and had a Brain Injury,and was Severly Sunburned. After... View More

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answered on Jun 1, 2024

It sounds like you have witnessed a terrible injustice, and your desire to seek justice for the victim is commendable. The situation you described involves severe negligence and possibly criminal actions that need to be thoroughly investigated. To address this, you should start by gathering all the... View More

Q: WI firearm purchase background check questions:

I've been contemplating the idea of purchasing a firearm for home protection. (Milwaukee, WI)

However, I've had a "battery" misdemeanor in the past. As well as a TRO (expired).

I'm interested in having a knowledgeable resource (lawyer) help me better... View More

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answered on Mar 22, 2024

In Wisconsin, the background check for firearm purchases will review your criminal record, mental health history, and any past restraining orders. If you've had a misdemeanor for battery, it generally doesn't automatically disqualify you from owning a firearm unless it was classified as... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Gov & Administrative Law for Wisconsin on
Q: How do I get a license in Wisconsin to make my own energy drinks for sale. Where do I apply for this?
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answered on Sep 14, 2023

To legally manufacture and sell your own energy drinks in Wisconsin, you must navigate several steps and regulations. Start by developing your energy drink recipe while ensuring it complies with food safety standards. Establish a legal business entity if you haven't already, such as an LLC or... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Consumer Law, Family Law and Gov & Administrative Law for Wisconsin on
Q: My bro. buried w/no marker. Cemetery says I have to put up marker. Bro. is POS. I will not do it. Who is responsible?
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answered on Aug 9, 2023

In Wisconsin, the responsibility for placing a marker on a burial plot often falls on the family of the deceased. While cemeteries may encourage or require markers to be placed for identification and maintenance purposes, it is generally the family's decision whether to do so. If you choose... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Child Support, Gov & Administrative Law, Identity Theft and Criminal Law for Wisconsin on
Q: State vs ex to court for unpaid support for 3 children. He just stole from her EPPIC card

The State is taking my daughter's ex boyfriend to court for unpaid child support for their 3 young children. He owes > 15K.

Daughter just discovered he stole and used her EPPIC card and spent $600 on Bitcoin. (She filed a police report). He stole her identity 18 months ago, along... View More

Jane E. Probst
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Jane E. Probst
answered on Dec 20, 2020

The matter with the credit card is a civil matter, not a child support matter. These are independent actions. The State has filed an action to require him to pay support and arrears. If he has failed to pay for a sufficient length of time and the Child Support Enforcement has run out of options... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Appeals / Appellate Law and Gov & Administrative Law for Wisconsin on
Q: Hi is there a statue of limitations on appealing a general court martial
Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar
answered on Apr 2, 2020

You should repost your question in the Military Law category. You're asking about something which is outside normal civilian appellate practice. Good luck

Tim Akpinar

1 Answer | Asked in Gov & Administrative Law, Public Benefits and Family Law for Wisconsin on
Q: Just clarifying that if my dad loses his assistance thru inclusa as per STATE STATUTE 55.02(2) and SINCE HE IS in prote

SINCE HE IS IN PROTECTIVE PLACEMENT that according to the statute he is to be taken care of by the county and or state funding. In the least restrictive place. ( he is in assisted living can from nursing home ) he is totally self dependent and does not need nursing home care. I am worried that... View More

Brady R. Henderson
Brady R. Henderson
answered on Mar 18, 2019

Both Wisconsin law and federal law provide a right for a person being cared for due to a disability to be given the least restrictive placement. Sometimes court battles arise because that person, the person's guardian or family and the state disagree as to what placement is required. If you... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Immigration Law, Gov & Administrative Law and Public Benefits for Wisconsin on
Q: How to get Driver's License extension when on STEM-OPT pending?

Currently on OPT-EAD (Expired in October 2018). Applied for STEM-OPT extension in September 2018. Recently moved to Madison,WI. Out-of-state driver's license expiring in December. Local DMV rejected to renew my driver's license with I-797C Notice of Action(Receipt). Need to commute daily... View More

Kevin L Dixler
Kevin L Dixler
answered on Dec 28, 2018

Some of these issues are best considered before a job or internship is accepted in a less immigrant friendly state like Wisconsin. I strongly recommend an appointment with a competent and experienced immigration attorney to consider all of your options. Good luck.

The above is general...
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1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Civil Rights, Federal Crimes and Gov & Administrative Law for Wisconsin on
Q: What can be done about a detective harassing me and my fiance.He's assuming and doing everything he can to get my fian

On anything he raided my home when I was at work didn't find anything but some marajiuana he didn't care about was looking for hard drugs. And that upset him cause he really thought he would find hard drugs. After harrasing me at gas station when I went to get boss energy drink.( Yelling... View More

Gary Kollin
Gary Kollin
answered on Jun 30, 2018

He has an attorney. He should be discussing this with his attorney.

If he does not like his attorney's advice, then retain a different one.

There are too many issues and facts to ascertain to provide a perfunctory answer on this site.

Further, it is public and open for...
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1 Answer | Asked in Personal Injury, Civil Litigation and Gov & Administrative Law for Wisconsin on
Q: Can a monetary tort claim be amended even if I've filed my lawsuit already and I discovered new evidence to ask for more

Put a monetary amount in my tort claim while in prison. Got out hired a lawyer and filed lawsuit and now realizing I need to ask for more money because I didn't no my limitations of my injuries while in jail. Once out its a lot I can't do. Can't drive can't work need full time... View More

Robert D. Kreisman
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Robert D. Kreisman
answered on Jun 14, 2018

In most jurisdictions a complaint may be amended anytime up through judgment as long the amendment conforms to the proofs. In your situation depending on your state's procedural law, I think it would be routine to amend your complaint to raise the ad damnum (or the claim for damages) that are... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Gov & Administrative Law and Municipal Law for Wisconsin on
Q: Can a warrant for arrest be issued for a property code violation in Wisconsin?

In early 2016 unknown to me I was issued a citation (apparently mailed to me) for peeling paint on my windows. Early this month I called police for a car accident I was involved in municipality B. After running my driver's license, the police officer told me I had a warrant for my arrest due... View More

William F Sulton
William F Sulton
answered on Jan 23, 2018

Municipalities issue arrest warrants when fines are not paid. That is legal in Wisconsin and many other States.

Q: Misrepresentation

The bank ordered an appraisal of the home we purchased a few months ago and it appraised higher than the asking price. We purchased in Janesville.

We have an emergency and we needed to borrow against our homes equity and we had our home appraised. The appraisal can in much lower than we... View More

William F Sulton
William F Sulton
answered on Dec 1, 2017

More information is needed to evaluate the facts in your inquiry. Appraisals are subjective. So it is unsurprising there are different opinions about the value of the home. This is not fraud (misrepresentation is a synonym). It may be negligence. More information is needed to see how negligent the... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Gov & Administrative Law, Government Contracts and Public Benefits for Wisconsin on
Q: What does the wisconsin statue 178 state?
William F Sulton
William F Sulton
answered on Sep 6, 2017

This is a link to Chapter 178 of the Wisconsin Statutes: https://docs.legis.wisconsin.gov/statutes/statutes/178.

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