Saturday, December 31, 2011

Dane County DA to Re-Litigate Act 10

Desperate move.

A prosecutor asked the Wisconsin Supreme Court on Friday to reopen his lawsuit challenging Gov. Scott Walker's contentious collective bargaining law, contending a justice who voted to dismiss the suit earlier this year got free legal help from the firm defending the law.

Dane County District Attorney Ismael Ozanne argued in filings with the court that it should vacate its earlier decision, reconsider the case and disqualify Justice Michael Gableman from participating if he won't recuse himself.

Yah, right, Izzy.

3 comments:

Deekaman said...

Is he going to ask the Democrats on the court to recuse themselves, since they are bought and paid for with Union money?

neomom said...

You're funny Deek!

Silly, only Conservatives can be ethically challenged. Progressives are pure as the driven snow. Remember that...

Anonymous said...

More hasty waste. . .

Does he really believe one of the justices will change their opinion at this point in time?

A deadlock, as we all know, leaves the initial decision 'as is'.