Of these 122 opinions involving criminals, Neubauer took part in 78 and Hagedorn in 74, either singly or as part of three-judge panels. Both generally ruled against criminal defendants, rejecting arguments that evidence was improperly obtained or defendants received ineffective assistance of counsel, among other challenges.
In April, we will be voting for a new Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice. Here are two of the contenders. They come from the same court and this article is an analysis of the rulings they made and how they ruled vs what may be said during their campaign.
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