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Firm Wins at Wisconsin Supreme Court

May 20, 2022 -- Today, the Supreme Court of Wisconsin unanimously agreed with the arguments made by John Monroe for a client whose concealed carry license was revoked by the Wisconsin Department of Justice. The client had been convicted decades earlier of disorderly conduct during a domestic dispute. The Department of Justice revoked the license on the grounds that the conviction was for a "misdemeanor crime of domestic violence." The Supreme Court disgreed, ruling that disorderly conduct in Wisconsin can never constitute a misdemeanor crime of domestic violence. The Department of Justice will be ordered to reinstate the license.

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