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Extension of an injunction modified - SB567
Harassing, intimidating, or recklessly endangering certain public employees including police, fire fighters, EMTs, and first responders: enhanced penalty provisions; JRCCP report - AB250
Harassing, intimidating, or recklessly endangering certain public employees including police, fire fighters, EMTs, and first responders: enhanced penalty provisions; JRCCP report - SB211
Independent Pardon Council created consisting of reserve judges and appointed by the governor - AB125
Independent Pardon Council created consisting of reserve judges and appointed by the governor - SB37
Judge or justice who does not disqualify him or herself after a motion for disqualification is required to file reasons in writing - AB143
Judge required to disqualify him or herself from an action if he or she received campaign financial support from a party to the action - AB145
Municipal court practice and procedure revisions re role of circuit court clerk in filing the oath and bond of a municipal judge, signatures on citations or complaints alleging a municipal ordinance violation, municipal court judge authority to order default judgment against defendant who fails to appear at trial, and fee for transcript of electronic recording of proceedings - SB275
Political contribution to a judge or justice by an interested contributor in a pending civil or criminal action or proceeding: notification requirements and penalty provisions - AB141
Recall of incumbent congressional, judicial, or legislative elective officer or county elective officer specified in the Wisconsin Constitution: grounds limited and filing officer duties; legislature required to establish a code of ethics for government officials and a board to administer it. Constitutional amendment (1st consideration) - AJR25
Recall of incumbent congressional, judicial, or legislative elective officer or county elective officer specified in the Wisconsin Constitution: grounds limited and filing officer duties; legislature required to establish a code of ethics for government officials and a board to administer it. Constitutional amendment (1st consideration) - SJR24
Shabaz, John C.: life and public service of the former state legislator and U.S. district court judge commended - SJR7
Temporary service by a court of appeals judge in the Supreme Court in judicial disciplinary proceedings: constitutional amendment (1st consideration) - AJR18
TROs and injunctions for domestic abuse, child abuse, individuals-at-risk, and harassment revisions re stalking, contacting petitioner, essential persons at hearings, confidentiality, guardian ad litem compensation, and ex parte orders with a judge substitution - AB176
TROs and injunctions for domestic abuse, child abuse, individuals-at-risk, and harassment revisions re stalking, contacting petitioner, essential persons at hearings, confidentiality, guardian ad litem compensation, and ex parte orders with a judge substitution - SB161
judge _ appellate courtJudge -- Appellate court
Supreme Court justice is subject to discipline by a panel of 3 court of appeals judges: constitutional amendment (1st consideration) - AJR19
Temporary service by a court of appeals judge in the Supreme Court in judicial disciplinary proceedings: constitutional amendment (1st consideration) - AJR18
judge _ circuit courtJudge -- Circuit court
Duffy, William J.: life and public service of former legislator and Brown County circuit court judge commended upon his death - AJR29
judgmentJudgment, see also Court -- Procedure
CCAP Internet page: Director of State Courts must remove all information on civil cases under set conditions - AB520
Jail sentence for failure to pay a monetary judgment: imprisonment in a different county permitted under certain conditions - AB615
Motor vehicle operating privileges suspended for failure to pay monetary judgment: maximum time of suspension reduced - AB829
Motor vehicle operating privileges suspended for failure to pay monetary judgment: maximum time of suspension reduced - SB653
Small claims actions: interest rate on judgments revised - AB523
Wage claim revisions re filing and investigation, statute of limitations, increased wages a circuit court may order, interest, surcharges, costs, and attorney fees; written statement disclosing terms of employment required, damages provision; unpaid wage claim judgment disclosure by occupational or professional license applicant - SB398
junkyardJunkyard
Motor vehicle salvage dealer license violations: penalties specified - AB339
Motor vehicle salvage dealer license violations: penalties specified - SB256
juryJury
CHIPS proceeding: power of juvenile court to appoint counsel; parent's right to counsel and referral to SPD; elimination of jury trial in CHIPS and TPR proceedings; report required - AB151
Equally divided determinations of the Wisconsin Supreme Court on matters of judicial discipline or permanent disability clarifications - AB144
Jury in a felony case must consist of 12 persons - AB294
Jury in criminal cases shall consist of 12 persons unless a smaller number is agreed to; names of notaries public not required to be kept in the registers of officials - AB560
Jury in criminal cases shall consist of 12 persons unless a smaller number is agreed to; names of notaries public not required to be kept in the registers of officials - SB425
WCA law revisions re pleading requirements apply to an assignee of a creditor and debt collector prohibited practices and other requirements; jury trial and damages provisions - AB863
justice, department ofJustice, Department of
Alert system for missing adults at risk: DOJ to establish; civil immunity and definition provisions - AB442
Alert system for missing adults at risk: DOJ to establish; civil immunity and definition provisions - SB255
Alerts for missing adults at risk: require DOJ to allow law enforcement to use the integrated crime alert network to disseminate reports to outdoor advertisers and broadcasters; definition, input from certain organizations, and FTE position provisions - AB710
Biological specimen for DNA analysis: individuals who must submit samples expanded; immunity from liability for certain law enforcement and DHS personnel; conditions for purging records; DNA surcharge; JRCCP report [Sec. 388, 390, 818, 1234, 1906-1935, 1937, 2150, 2155, 2156, 2291, 2292, 2324, 2325, 2327-2329, 2343, 2344, 2353-2358, 2361, 2362, 9126 (1), 9326 (1), 9426 (1); A.Sub.Amdt.1: further revisions, JLC study required, 1914d, 2328c, 2344c, 2360w, deletes 1927; A.Amdt.3: further revisions] - AB40
Certification cards for concealed weapons: DOJ may issue to former out-of-state law enforcement officers who are Wisconsin residents - AB165
Community policing grant to City of Milwaukee repealed [Sec. 381, 1945] - AB40
Concealed weapon license: applicant who is stationed in Wisconsin in active service of the U.S. armed forces is eligible - AB740
Crime laboratories: removing requirement that DOJ locate them in the cities of Madison, Milwaukee, and Wausau [Sec. 1905] - AB40
Crime victim compensation: DOJ may award to victims of certain sexual assault crimes, including human trafficking, for mental health services - AB518
Crime victim compensation: DOJ may award to victims of certain sexual assault crimes, including human trafficking, for mental health services - SB396
Criminal Justice Coordinating Council created in DOJ; report and recommendations re operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated required - AB789
Deaths involving a law enforcement officer: each law enforcement agency required to have a written policy approved by LESB re investigation of; DA and DOJ duties; board for the review of officer-involved deaths created [A.Sub.Amdt.2: further revisions, board provision and DOJ and LESB duties removed, definitions and crime victim rights provisions added] - AB409
Delinquent obligation collection appropriation made continuing [Sec. 380; original bill only] - AB40
DOJ required to submit annual reports on administration of its grant programs [A.Sub.Amdt.1: Sec. 1904m] - AB40
Domestic abuse incidents and complaints: revisions re law enforcement training standards and reports when an arrest is not made [S.Sub.Amdt.1: further revisions, training provisions removed, victim access to service provider information and DOJ access to the prosecutor technology for case tracking system maintained by DOA added] - SB160
Drug courts: DOJ to provide grants to counties to establish and operate [A.Sub.Amdt.1: Sec. 381m, 1944m] - AB40
Drug disposal program for prescription drugs, controlled substances and analogs, and pharmaceutical items: DOJ may authorize operation of and political subdivision may operate or authorize another person to operate, policy and procedures provisions; written permission required to destroy another person's prescription drugs [A.Amdt.1: ``household pharmaceutical" specified and defined, drug disposal program required to report certain information to DNR] - AB448
Drug disposal program for prescription drugs, controlled substances and analogs, and pharmaceutical items: DOJ may authorize operation of and political subdivision may operate or authorize another person to operate, policy and procedures provisions; written permission required to destroy another person's prescription drugs - SB351
Drug law enforcement, crime laboratories, and genetic evidence activities appropriation: unencumbered balances transferred back to DOJ at end of each fiscal year [Sec. 389] - AB40
``Emergency detention" replaced with ``emergency stabilization" in the statutes and new procedure for initiating an emergency stabilization created, penalties for providing false information; JRCCP report - AB451
``Emergency detention" replaced with ``emergency stabilization" in the statutes and new procedure for initiating an emergency stabilization created, penalties for providing false information; JRCCP report - SB372
Expungement of DNA data in crime laboratories' data bank required if not adjudged guilty or delinquent; DOJ duties - AB315
False information provided to firearms dealer re intent to knowingly transfer firearm to person prohibited from possessing one: penalty increased and DOJ authorized to prosecute; JRCCP report - SB69
Fees collected for handgun purchase background checks and issuing concealed carry certification cards and licenses to one appropriation to provide these services [Sec. 383-385, 1971] - AB40
Firearm possession prohibited for persons subject to an individuals-at-risk injunction; court and law enforcement may request information from DOJ re person's eligibility to possess a firearm [A.Amdts.1 and 2: further revisions] - AB727
Firearm possession prohibited for persons subject to an individuals-at-risk injunction; court and law enforcement may request information from DOJ re person's eligibility to possess a firearm - SB580
Firearms buy-back program: DOJ to award City of Milwaukee a one-time grant - AB571
Firearms restrictions record search before transferring a handgun: alternate means for firearms dealer to transmit information to DOJ - SB295
Forensic scientist open position in state or regional crime laboratory: college graduate a condition of application [Sec. 2016] - AB40
GPS tracking program: DOJ to establish standards for local units of government and law enforcement to administer re injunction or restraining order to protect victims of abuse, harassment, or threats [Sec. 391, 1943, 2281-2285, 9308 (1), 9426 (2); A.Sub.Amdt.1: further revisions, changed to GPS pilot program and grants, domestic violence prevention or treatment center may not make assessments, 1942m, 2283g, r, 9426 (2L), deletes 1943, 2281, 2283-2285, 9308 (1), 9426 (2)] - AB40
Human trafficking definition modified; process to vacate a conviction or adjudication or expunge the record of a victim of human trafficking; evidence of past actions in human trafficking cases; sex offense definition revised re children and lifetime supervision; strangulation added to list of offenses re intensive sanctions program, domestic abuse, and crime victim compensation; JRCCP report - AB620
Human trafficking definition modified; process to vacate a conviction or adjudication or expunge the record of a victim of human trafficking; evidence of past actions in human trafficking cases; sex offense definition revised re children and lifetime supervision; strangulation added to list of offenses re intensive sanctions program, domestic abuse, and crime victim compensation; JRCCP report - SB492
Law enforcement services grants to Forest County and the Lac Court Oreilles Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians repealed [Sec. 1940, 1941; A.Sub.Amdt.1: further revisions, Forest County provision removed, deletes 1940] - AB40
Law enforcement training and education standards revised [S.Amdt.4: D.N.A. submission and testing and D.N.A. analysis surcharge added; A.Amdt.2: collection of D.N.A. at arrest and crime lab provisions added, arrest for felony changed to arrest for violent crime] - SB373
OJA eliminated and most functions transferred to DOJ; programs for reintegrating incarcerated American Indians transferred to Corr.Dept; some homeland security programs transferred to DMA; youth diversion grant reductions [Sec. 29, 30, 37, 38, 43, 44, 161-185, 339, 382, 386, 387, 416-420, 428, 433-454, 460, 584, 615, 1938, 1939, 1944, 1946, 1947, 2142, 2148, 2157, 2340-2342, 2345-2347, 2360, 9101 (1), 9126 (2), 9201 (1), 9208 (1); A.Sub.Amdt.1: further revisions, TCS district boards ability to accept gifts and grants restored, 615d, deletes 615] - AB40
Oleoresin of capsicum: regulation of containers sold in this state modified - AB119
Oleoresin of capsicum: regulation of containers sold in this state modified - SB109
Parental choice program: criminal penalties re false statement on application, concealing events to fraudulently participate, or unauthorized use of payments; DOJ and DA duties; JRCCP report - AB925
Pilot program created to assist eligible disabled offenders in county correctional facilities in obtaining certain benefits upon release; DOJ duties, grants, and report provisions - AB437
Program director for crime victims compensation changed to executive director of the Office of Crime Victim Services; salary provision [Sec. 492, 495, 2007] - AB40
Public assistance programs including W-2, MA, and FoodShare: offenses considered crimes against government and its administration and DOJ or a DA is authorized to prosecute; employees accepting applications required to administer oath to applicant re true and correct information, DCF and DHS duties [S.Amdt.1: administration of oath provision removed] - SB245
Security freeze of credit report of protected individuals: provisions and penalties created; DOJ and DATCP duties - AB248
Special counsel appropriation transferred from DOJ to DOA [Sec. 1, 28, 252, 379, 2160; A.Sub.Amdt.1: further revisions, 379m, 1 renumbered 1p, deletes 379] - AB40
Transaction information for management of enforcement (TIME) system: requirement that DOJ submit plan to JCF re daily message volume exceeding certain limit eliminated - SB296
Treatment and diversion (TAD) grants to counties for programs treating people with mental illness and who may be charged with or convicted of offenses related to the mental illness; funding and DOJ provisions - AB457
Treatment and diversion (TAD) grants to counties for persons charged with or convicted of AODA related offense: funding increased and reports required - AB668
Treatment and diversion (TAD) grants to counties for programs treating people with mental illness and who may be charged with or convicted of offenses related to the mental illness; funding and DOJ provisions - SB374
Treatment and diversion (TAD) grants to counties for persons charged with or convicted of AODA related offense: funding increased and reports required - SB507
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