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.
When it comes to the national conversation on criminal justice and police reform, it is important to make sure it is built on a foundation of facts. While police departments say demoralized police officers are quitting in large numbers due to reforms, the facts says otherwise.