Morris Martin, 22, accepted a deal with the state that will spare him a trial for which he would have faced an attempted first-degree intentional homicide charge.
A judge in Walworth County has ordered a two-year prison term for a shoplifter who set fire to the vehicle of a Walmart employee who helped police track him down in Lake Geneva.
Tyler Huffhines, the alleged leader of a huge blackmarket THC vape manufacturing ring, rejected a plea offer Monday that recommended a six-year prison sentence.
The defendants in a federal criminal case over a strip club in Clyman have have reached a plea agreement on prostitution-related charges.
Under a plea deal, Patrick Spikes pleaded no contest to dealing stolen property. He has already paid his required $25,308 in restitution, which includes $10,700 to Lopez and $6,703 to Disney, court records show. He also performed 250 hours of community service.
MAYS LANDING — As COVID-19 spreads through South Jersey, court hearings and trials continue to be postponed.
Justin D. Spiegelhoff, 37, of Burlington, was initially charged with felony second-degree assault of a child, but pleaded no contest to two felony counts of exposing a child to harmful materials.
ELKHORN — A mother whose children were found living in squalor in their town of Lyons home has pleaded guilty to neglecting a child.
Cynthia R. Jensen, 56, is a former general manager of Southern Lakes Newspapers LLC, which publishes weekly newspapers in Burlington, Waterford and Union Grove and other communities in Walworth and Kenosha counties.
A former Kenosha Unified principal accused of having sex with a high school student waived his right to a preliminary hearing Friday as the state detailed a plea offer to the court.
Terrence Leflore, 25, attacked a 21-year-old woman, striking her in the head with a hammer. She survived the attack after doctors removed part of her skull.
The Racine County District Attorney’s Office recommended a sentence of 8 to 10 years in prison for Elias J. Burgos’ role in Juanita Zdroik’s murder.
RACINE — A Racine man who allegedly abused and disfigured a 10-month-old puppy named Rocky accepted a plea deal in court Friday.
Dakota Schlesner was found guilty of reduced charges Thursday for assisting convicted killer Nigel Schultz a year ago after he killed Beaver Dam resident Bradlee Gerke.
In a plea deal, Tyler J. Martinez on Monday pleaded no contest to a felony count of hit-and-run. In exchange, the state agreed to dismiss the felony count of vehicular homicide with the use of a controlled substance.
Courtney Huffhines, charged along with her sons for operating a black-market THC vape manufacturing and distribution business, waived her preliminary hearing Friday, her attorney saying the waiver was made to allow continued negotiations for a possible plea deal.
WATERFORD — A 43-year-old Waterford man accused of sexually assaulting a teen girl multiple times accepted a plea deal in court Monday.
Brian T. Alexander, 34, pleaded no contest Monday in Columbia County Circuit Court to three felony charges of child abuse by recklessly causing harm and three misdemeanor charges of disorderly conduct.
Kevin Karl Krueger, who is accused of killing his estranged wife, dismissed both of his defense attorneys last week and opted to represent himself at trial.
Jeffrey W. Schaum entered a guilty plea to three counts of possession of child pornography, with seven additional charges dismissed in the plea deal.
Troy Tralmer pleaded guilty Wednesday to child neglect causing great bodily harm, after being charged with first-degree reckless homicide and child abuse causing great bodily harm.
Giuffre has accused Dershowitz, the high-profile attorney who was part of the legal team that negotiated Epstein's 2007 plea deal, of sexually abusing her.
Last month, federal prosecutors in New York unsealed an indictment that accused Epstein of paying girls as young as 14 to have sex with him at his Upper East Side home and at his estate in Palm Beach, Florida, between 2002 and 2005.
James Faulkner, 35, of Milwaukee, was being held at the Racine County Jail as of Saturday morning on charges of delivering an illegal article to an institution, misconduct in office, strangulation and suffocation, intimidating a victim/witness with the threat of force, and three counts of second-degree sexual assault by correctional staff.
Cameron Lamar Foreman, whose address is listed as the Juneau County Jail in Mauston, will be sentenced Sept. 10 in Columbia County Circuit Court.