United States Attorney James L. Santelle announced that Richard A. James Jr., (age: 23), was sentenced on May 8, 2015, to 44 months of imprisonment, followed by a three year term of supervised release. The sentence was the result of a guilty plea by ... Noodls, 6 days ago
Man Sentenced to 48 Months in Prison for Assault - Noodls, 4 weeks ago
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Democratic lawmakers called Monday for a federal criminal investigation into a questionable loan deal that Gov. Scott Walker's top aides initially pushed for a top Walker donor. Assembly Minority Leader Peter Barca, D-Kenosha, said at a news ...BizTimes Milwaukee, 3 days ago MADISON Democrats call for federal investigation into questionable WEDC loan deal BizTimes Milwaukee, 3 days ago
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