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DOJ appeals Schimel video release order

Judge had ordered release Thursday

The state Department of Justice has appealed an order to release videos of training seminars Republican attorney general Brad Schimel gave for prosecutors to Democrats.

Man charged in west side burglaries heads to trial

DOJ: 21-year-old allegedly drove friends who broke into homes in July, August

A 21-year-old Madison man charged with two counts of burglary and theft in connection with two home burglaries on the west side will go to trial, according to a release.

DOJ: Madison man sentenced to probation for drug charges

Dominic Lombardo pleaded guilty to charges, went into treatment program

A Madison man was sentenced Wednesday to three years of probation for possession of heroin and drug paraphernalia after being released from a treatment program, according to a state Department of Justice release.

DeForest man sentenced for robbing Klinke Cleaners

25-year-old told police he committed robberies to support heroin addiction

A DeForest man was sentenced Tuesday for robbing a business on Madison's south side, according to a state Department of Justice release.

Investigators who delayed porn cases out

Wisconsin Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen says a state agent and supervisor are no longer employed after an internal review found they were letting child pornography cases languish.

DOJ releases human trafficking report

Report used to address prevention, enforcement, victim services

The Wisconsin Department of Justice has released a report that assessed the extent of human trafficking across the state.

Van Hollen comes out against police shootings bill

Van Hollen comes out against bill setting new procedure for police-involved deaths

Republican Wisconsin Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen is coming out against a bipartisan proposal to change the way law enforcement agencies investigate fatal shootings and other officer-involved deaths.

Van Hollen comes out against police shootings bill

Van Hollen comes out against bill setting new procedure for police-involved deaths

Republican Wisconsin Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen is coming out against a bipartisan proposal to change the way law enforcement agencies investigate fatal shootings and other officer-involved deaths.

Van Hollen comes out against police shootings bill

Van Hollen comes out against bill setting new procedure for police-involved deaths

Republican Wisconsin Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen is coming out against a bipartisan proposal to change the way law enforcement agencies investigate fatal shootings and other officer-involved deaths.

Van Hollen comes out against police shootings bill

Van Hollen comes out against bill setting new procedure for police-involved deaths

Republican Wisconsin Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen is coming out against a bipartisan proposal to change the way law enforcement agencies investigate fatal shootings and other officer-involved deaths.

DOJ preps anti-heroin campaign, grants

Ad campaign targets young people

The state Department of Justice is getting ready to launch an anti-heroin media campaign and hand out grants to help local governments combat the drug.

DOJ request for solicitor general rejected

Van Hollen asks for new position

The Legislature's finance committee has deleted provisions in Gov. Scott Walker's budget that would create a solicitor general's office within the state Justice Department.