September 2017 Archives

Authorities accuse more than 10 of drug crimes in Wisconsin

The lives of 12 people in Wisconsin have taken a turn in a direction they might not have foreseen. The situation involves law enforcement investigators, allege drug crimes and a recent incident that led to their arrest. The futures of each person will now be determined through the criminal adjudication process.

Motor vehicle accidents involving head on collisions often fatal

At least six occupants were traveling in a mini van on a Wisconsin road just after 9:30 p.m. on a recent Friday night. Their lives were forever changed when a terrible collision occurred. Motor vehicle accidents like this one often leave entire communities reeling in grief for months.

You can keep fighting drug charges even in the courtroom

Despite the fact that Wisconsin maintains legal exceptions for medical marijuana, the laws here are still firmly against buying, cultivating, selling and consuming the drug without special permission. While some states may take a more aggressive approach to prosecuting drug crimes, drug charges remain a serious issue for thousands of individuals throughout the country each year.

Pursuing recovery following Wisconsin motor vehicle accidents

Many factors place you at risk for injury when traveling by car in Wisconsin. Whether you're behind the wheel or riding as a passenger, your safety often depends on the actions and reactions of other drivers. Motor vehicle accidents happen every day throughout the nation. While you obviously hope to reach your destination safely each time you venture out, it's also good to know where to turn for help if a negligent driver causes you injury.

Don't mistake Wisconsin as a marijuana-friendly state

Many people are anxiously awaiting new additions to the list of states that are decriminalizing marijuana. Wisconsin is not one of the states that has done this yet. In fact, this state still has some fairly harsh penalties when it comes to marijuana-related charges.

Right-of-way often central factor in motor vehicle accidents

Who knows whether a Wisconsin driver's age had anything to do with a recent collision. What does appear to have been a factor is the driver's apparent failure to yield to another vehicle at the appropriate time. The vehicle, occupied by a 70-year-old driver and two passengers, collided with a deputy's squad car. Motor vehicle accidents involving failure to yield often result in serious injuries or death; this one resulted in both.

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