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I was struck by a car as a pedestrian - now what?

Published Dec. 16, 2015

With imminent snow banks in our future and reduced visibility on street corners, collisions between pedestrians, cyclists and vehicles are a real possibility. If you are a pedestrian or cyclist struck by a motor vehicle, what do you do?

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Milwaukee Talks: Judge Derek Mosley

Published Dec. 18, 2012

In this latest installment of Milwaukee Talks, municipal judge Derek Mosley shares stories about courtroom shenanigans, growing up in Chicago, the possibility of a future reality TV show and his advice on how to make Milwaukee stronger.

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Legal Action protects the public

Published March 14, 2012

Legal Action-Wisconsin is a non-profit law firm working a range of poverty law issues. Founded in Milwaukee in 1968, the firm has grown to serve people in 39 counties across Wisconsin.

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"The Memory of a Killer" cleverly blurs the boundaries of the law

Published Sept. 30, 2005

Can an international hitman have a change of heart? As a hitman turned vigilante of sorts, Angelo Ledda comes to represent a man near the end of his rope who desperately wishes to right so many of the wrongs he has witnessed in his life, no matter what the cost.

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Torture, Morality and War

Barbarism and the law collide in war. The law is vital for mitigating the most brutal aspects of collective killing. Today, both dimensions are present in the intense politicized debate in Washington about CIA torture of terror suspects. The Senate Intelligence Committee report released December ...

Global Criminals & Justice

Very dangerous men steadily are being brought to justice. Viktor Bout, rightly labeled ‘The Merchant of Death', is being extradited from Thailand, where he was arrested two years ago. Initially, the Thai government vetoed extradition, and an earlier court ruling denied extradition. The turn...


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