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A brief guide to understanding small claims cases

By amycarolyn | June 13, 2015 | Comments Off on A brief guide to understanding small claims cases

1. Complaint: This document initiates a small claims action. The summons and complaint are completed by the plaintiff in a case. The plaintiff is the party bringing the claim to court. The complaint must set forth the claim for money, return of property, eviction, or personal injury damages that the plaintiff seeks to recover.

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OWI (DUI/DWI) and Your Driver's License

By Andrea Benrud | January 6, 2015 | Comments Off on OWI (DUI/DWI) and Your Driver's License

1) Arrest and Sample In Northeast Wisconsin, nearly all law enforcement agencies prefer to test your blood upon arrest for OWI. In most cases, the blood sample is sent to the State Hygiene Lab. 2) Notice of Suspension Usually, the arresting officer will receive the results of that blood test within a few weeks. If […]

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Is your 17-year-old teen son guilty of a sex offense?

By Andrea Benrud | November 21, 2014 | Comments Off on Is your 17-year-old teen son guilty of a sex offense?

The dangers of social media. Your son has dated his girlfriend Jane for 6 months. At the last high school dance he breaks up with Jane and takes up with her best friend Mary. After a very public breakup, they exchange barbs with each other using various social media. As a result of facebook postings […]

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