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    State Bar President Stands Up for Second Chance Bill at News Conference

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    Sept. 11, 2013 – In this video, State Bar of Wisconsin President Patrick J. Fiedler gives remarks during a Sept. 5 news conference in support of a bill that would return first-time, nonviolent 17-year-old offenders to juvenile court jurisdiction. Fiedler drew upon his extensive experience in the criminal justice system.

    “As a father and member of the legal community, I believe that it does make our community safer to give nonviolent, first time offending 17-year-olds a second chance.”

    For more information about the bill, click here.