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Wisconsin Judicial Commission files complaint over child rape ad

, The National Law Journal

A state agency tasked with monitoring judicial misconduct in Wisconsin has filed a complaint over a television ad that aired earlier this year in support of Michael Gableman, who now sits on the state's Supreme Court. The Wisconsin Judicial Commission filed the complaint with the Wisconsin Supreme Court, charging that Gableman, who was then a judge of the Burnett County Circuit Court, wrongfully mischaracterized his opponent's role in the release of a convicted child rapist.

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