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Drug charge could jeopardize future of Packers' defensive lineman

Johnny Jolly, known as the defensive lineman for the Green Bay Packers, is facing another legal woe after being arrested for a drug crime last Friday. According to the article, Jolly had been in Houston and was pulled over for a routine traffic stop.

Wisconsin program implemented to prevent day-care fraud cut

A number of publicly funded Wisconsin day care providers have been criminally charged with fraud. In addition more than 200 providers have lost public funding after being suspected of trying to cheat the system of money.

Man at center of identity theft investigation flees country

A man who is allegedly a key player in a national identity theft scheme has left the United States. The man and several others were at the center of an investigation looking into a conspiracy to steal identities.

Wisconsin police officer faces prison sentence for identity theft

The penalties that are associated with a crime often go beyond prison sentences and community service. In many situations, individuals charged and convicted of a crime lose their jobs, support from their family, and their reputation. For one man, an identity theft charge has already resulted in a job suspension.

Wisconsin judge orders assessment of man convicted of sex crimes

When someone is convicted of a crime, there are penalties that come with the conviction. Typically a judge will decide on an appropriate sentence, often taking into consideration other factors such as prior convictions and risk of reoffending.

Wisconsin police crack down on suspected drug ring

Two agencies, the State Line Area Narcotics Team and the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration, had been investigating a marijuana ring. Whoever had been manufacturing and distributing the drug were doing so by attracting people from Wisconsin, near the southeastern state border.

SEC settles complaint against Amish man accused of fraud

Being convicted of a white collar crime could mean significant criminal penalties. Convictions can stem from charges such as identity theft, bank fraud, and even computer crimes. These types of federal charges are taken seriously by federal investigators.

Sexual assault charges against two Green Bay athletes dropped

Being accused of a sex crime can have serious consequences, as we have seen in previous posts. If convicted of a sex crime, a person can face a prison sentence and even have to register as a sex offender. Even without a conviction, allegations can permanently damage personal reputation and have a negative impact on family relationships.

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