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September 2013 Archives

Is 18-month sentence enough for homicide by intoxicated driving?

A Thorp, Wisconsin, man was sentenced to 18 months in prison followed by five years of supervision for homicide by intoxicated use of an auto. On the night of Oct. 30, 2011, during a night of partying and drinking, the man wrecked his pickup truck in the early hours of the morning when he missed a curve and hit numerous trees. His passenger, who was not wearing a seatbelt, was killed when his head struck the windshield of the vehicle.

Drug theft ends in fatal crash

Losing a loved one is never easy, but sometimes the manner in which his or her life has been taken makes it even harder to bear. When a loved one's death is caused by the negligence or the bad behavior of someone else, it can create anger as well as grief.

Workers' comp celebrates 100 years

If someone is injured while on the job, and the injury has impaired them from working or doing any of their usual activities or resulted in loss of wages, they are entitled to worker's compensation. If they are denied, and they have a legitimate case, an attorney can usually help them collect their benefits.

Man charged with drunk driving after crash kills motorcyclist

A 22-year-old man from Baraboo, Wisconsin, has been arrested for driving while intoxicated in connection with a motorcycle accident that killed the driver and severely injured the passenger. The accident occurred on Sept. 1 about 9 p.m. in Baraboo on Steinke Road.

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