Alderman Argues Before the Wisconsin Supreme Court

On December 9, 2014, managing attorney Kimberly Alderman argued in front of the Wisconsin Supreme Court on behalf of defendant-petitioner in State v. Eddie Lee Anthony. The primary issue was whether Anthony’s refusal to comply with an order to not mention his unrelated 1966 conviction was sufficient disruption to justify the court’s stripping him of the right to testify in his own defense. To see these lively high court arguments and Attorney Alderman in action, click here and then on the little TV:

It may be some time before the decision is released, particularly if the Court chooses to wait until the US Supreme Court issues a decision on the petition for certiorari in a related case, State v. Nelson.

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