Well, it's that time of year again. That's right, I am talking about the Spring 2016 Pub Crawl which is set to unofficially take place on April 9 in and around downtown Oshkosh. This event has lead to a fascinating series of legal cases and challenges regarding the City's Special Events Policy. The previous blog post and many of the following posts will take a look at the legal challenges to stop Pub Crawl and what is happening with Pub Crawl 2016.
Police Urge Students Not to Attend Pub Crawl City and university police are urging students not to participate in the upcoming Oshkosh Pub Crawl, saying they will be stepping up enforcement. In a joint video statement posted Tuesday to Facebook, City of Oshkosh and University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh Police Chiefs Dean Smith and Kurt Leibold called the gathering an unsanctioned and illegal event that has the potential to ruin students' lives and future careers. "It has evolved in
"Dark Money" groups are spending a lot of money to have certain judges elected. When you spend close to 1 million dollars to get someone elected, is there an understanding that the person you got elected will "pay you back"? Is that how justice is to be rendered? Where The Money Is Going In 2016's Wisconsin Supreme Court Race By Scott Gordon The Wisconsin Alliance for Reform's spending on broadcast TV ads overwhelmingly dominates in every major media market in Wisconsin. Wis
Since she began representing Steven Avery, Kathleen Zellner hasn't been shy about using Twitter to share her theories and feelings about her client's conviction in the 2005 murder of photographer Teresa Halbach. Sunday's tweet, though, took her efforts to a new level. The suburban Chicago attorney declared that cellphone tower records "provide airtight alibi for" Avery: "She left property he didn't." The tweet seems to say that Halbach's phone was used after her visit to Aver