November/December 2019 Issue
Eileen A. Brownlee, Catherine Albrecht-Wiese, Richard Heinemann | 12.03.19
Articles in this issue
"You're Picking on Me!" When is Selective Prosecution Unconstitutional?
Eileen A. BrownleeDefendants in ordinance prosecution matters often complain that municipalities or law enforcement officers are unfairly targeting them while allowing other individuals to continue to violate…
Seventh Circuit Upholds Ordinances Regulating the Size and Location of Signs
Catherine Albrecht-WieseIn a recent decision, Leibundguth Storage & Van Service, Inc. v. Village of Downers Grove, 939 F.3d 859 (7th Cir. 2019), the Seventh Circuit Court…
Eagle Point Solar Case Dismissed by Circuit Court
Richard HeinemannThe Dane County Circuit Court has granted a motion of the Public Service Commission of Wisconsin (PSCW) to dismiss an action filed by Eagle Point…
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