Generally, the police must obtain a warrant before searching property such as a car, house, computer, backpack, or purse. Although, there are exceptions to this law. For example, if you consent to a search of your car after a traffic stop, the police do not have to obtain a warrant. If you have other legal questions related to this topic, please do not hesitate to contact us at 608-572-7052.
If someone you love has been recently arrested, you may be feeling overwhelmed. Visit the link below to learn a few ways you can cope, help your loved one, and come out stronger than ever.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court recently decided that Chrystul Kizer should be allowed to present an affirmative defense. That means that she can argue that she did not commit a crime because her actions were the direct result of being sex trafficked. This is a huge win for the defense. This defense has never before been used in a homicide case in Wisconsin. Visit the link below to learn more about this intriguing case.
M. Chris Fabricant, author of Junk Science and the American Criminal Justice System speaks on the misuse of forensic sciences leading to wrongful conviction. Visit the link below to hear about faulty techniques such as bite mark analysis, comparative bullet-lead analysis, and gunshot residue.