In a sentencing memorandum, a Dane County prosecutor compares Brian Campbell to some infamous domestic terrorists.
Ed Treleven is the courts reporter for the Wisconsin State Journal.
Patrick S. Sweeney was convicted in 2017 of making a false declaration in a bankruptcy matter stemming from the theft of nearly $500,000 from his business partners.
Jennifer Hancock, convicted of first-degree reckless homicide for the 2007 death of a child who attended her home day care, is seeking a new trial with the help of the Wisconsin Innocence Project.
Korey Johnson, who came along when another man shot a woman to death on Madison's North Side, was sentenced to seven years of probation, with a year of that to be spent in jail.
Terrance Gullens was charged with first-degree reckless homicide for the drug overdose death of a man whose body was found last year in a restaurant bathroom.
Bryan Rogers, charged with sexual exploitation of a 14-year-old Tennessee girl, will stay locked up after a federal magistrate judge found probable cause during a preliminary hearing Tuesday.
Bryan Rogers, charged last week with exploiting a 14-year-old Tennessee girl who disappeared from her home, was acting in her best interest and had reached out to the FBI, his lawyers wrote Monday.
Sarae Barr, 19, was sentenced Friday to 13 months in jail, 10 of them for an incident last year in which a 15-year-old girl took a gun from Barr's bag and accidentally shot herself with it.
Charges in an East Side homicide fro 2017 were formally dismissed Thursday at the request of prosecutors.
Jesse Bodie was found guilty Thursday night of attempted second-degree intentional homicide for a shooting in March that nearly killed another man.