WI Inmates File “John Doe” Cases Against Officers

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Wisconsin prison inmates are using – and many say abusing – an unusual, 168-year-old law to spark often meritless investigations of correctional officers, tying up courts, and creating new headaches for officers, reports the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Under the state’s John Doe law, citizens can force judges to hold hearings by sending them letters alleging
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