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    • Speech vs. Threats: Judging When Words Alone Are Enough to Prevent Potential Violence
    • Aug. 15, 2012 – The report that Wade Michael Page, the deadly shooter in Oak Creek, had previously recorded white supremacist music lyrics raises the legal question of whether law enforcement officers can take preventive action against such persons before they act, based solely on words and other expressions showing intent to harm others.
    • Videoconferencing and Skype: Courts Continue to Bridge the Distance
    • Aug. 15, 2012 – Since Wisconsin's videoconferencing statute took effect in 2008, more judges are inclined to use it, says former Richland County Circuit Court Judge Edward Leineweber. Courts across the country are embracing videoconferencing technology tools like Skype. Wisconsin is cautious.

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