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Doctor: 'Slender Man' stabbing suspect better off in juvenile court

A forensic psychologist says a 13-year-old girl charged in the “Slender Man” stabbing case would be better off in the juvenile justice system, according to a… 319 more words

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Defense In Slender Man Case Say Adult Charges Unwarranted

WAUKESHA, Wis. (AP) — Attorneys for one of two Wisconsin girls charged in adult court with trying to kill a friend to please a fictional horror character will argue her case belongs in juvenile court. 114 more words

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Delicacy growing in the woods: "Once you find a good spot, you don't want to let anyone know"

WAUKESHA COUNTY (WITI) — There is something growing in Wisconsin’s woods capable of padding your wallet, but this forest treasure isn’t around for long. And good luck getting those who know about it to tell you where to find it! 352 more words

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Waukesha Defense Lawyers: Your Allies in Fending Off Burglary Charges


A person suspected of burglary can rely on the burden of proof that the prosecution should be able to build, while the suspect is allowed the opportunity not to say anything until his or her preferred Waukesha lawyer is present. 97 more words

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Waukesha Criminal Defense Attorney Counsels you on Drug Possession


If you are allowed to post bail, you will be ordered to appear in court at a specified date. This will give you and your Waukesha attorney time to craft a defense and assemble supporting facts. 94 more words

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"This is a dynamic place:" Get money for your business plan, and help transform downtown Waukesha

WAUKESHA (WITI) — It is a competition worth thousands of dollars, but the impact could be priceless. Waukesha’s downtown business district is looking for the best idea for a new company — and this contest could be a game-changer for anyone trying to launch a business. 288 more words

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"Taking it too far?" Police say "prank wars" in Waukesha could lead to citations or criminal charges

WAUKESHA (WITI) — They think it’s a harmless school prank, but the joke may soon be on students in the Waukesha School District. Dozens of homes have been toilet papered and littered. 505 more words

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