Sleep much, Dane County judiciary?

Vicki McKenna asks:

One of the suspects charged with killing of 11-year old Anisa Scott in Madison last week had been released three weeks ago on $1,500 bail by Dane County judges with the following charges pending or already on his rap sheet at the time she gave him bail:

  • Criminal Battery
  • Illegally carrying a concealed weapon
  • 1st degree recklessly endangering safety
  • Fleeing an officer in a vehicle
  • Domestic Abuse
  • Bail Jumping (multiple)
  • Escaping from Jail (!)
  • Car theft (multiple)
  • Resisting arrest/obstructing an officer (multiple)
  • Disorderly conduct with domestic abuse
  • Multiple operating a vehicle with suspended license
  • Multiple criminal disorderly conduct
I’m no expert on criminology, but maybe someone who has engaged in repeated bail jumping, fleeing police, resisting arrest, and escaping from prison is not a fantastic candidate for bail? Are Dane County judges familiar with the term “flight risk?”  So this didn’t need to happen. I don’t know how [anyone] can sleep at night knowing that three weeks after she set him loose on bail he murdered that little girl.

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21 Responses to Sleep much, Dane County judiciary?

  1. WTF are the irrational social justice warriors screaming about in our streets when there is an OBVIOUS revolving door justice system in the Madison literally enabling the criminals to walk around on our streets and do as they please?

    Hey protesters; you actively trying to change a system that’s already favors criminals? You people are walking, talking, grunting, screaming, rioting imbeciles!

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  2. One of THOSE says:

    A future WI Supreme Court justice, no doubt.

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  3. georgessson says:

    A fair question, Squire: Just how DO these cut-’em-loose judges sleep at night. Most of these perps are re-arrested within weeks, if not DAYS. MOF, I ain’t sleepin’ so well myself….

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  4. Batman says:

    WOODCHIPPER!!!

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  5. Coelenterate Biomass Mystic says:

    It’s just her “judge” job. What she has to do for a paycheck. Clear the docket and go home. Perhaps she has the special Law & Order Season 10 Netflix package with supplemental Angie Harmon outtakes. I hear two hours of Angie clears the conscious.

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  6. Bill says:

    Well the problem is that in Madison, which for those in power at all levels of government is the mecca of the mindless; judge Genovese is just following the marxist playbook. No matter about the little girl, Anisa Scott. Her rights and the rights of others be damned. No, what matters to those in power is power itself. Judge Genovese is a part of that power structure and in order for her to keep the power and to expand upon it to seek greater power she HAS to play the game according to the marxist rules.

    Otherwise she looses the game and is no longer in power.

    Unfortunately for her and others in the governmental power structure, history has proven that once a socialist or marxist revolution has come full course and the socialists or marxists have their way, there is always an inevitable shake up in the power structure much like the night of the long knives in Hitlers Germany, Stalins purges and Mao’s use of purges, the great leap forward and the cultural revolution. After all as Mao pointed out, “an insurrection is an act of violence”.

    She and others in power would do well to remember that.

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  7. Balboa says:

    C’mon man. Gun Violence was the cause not an innocent judge. Judges never get things wrong. Dont you know they are sinless.

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  8. Coelenterate Biomass Mystic says:

    “I’m good enough, I’m smart enough, and gosh darn it, people like me!” There! Clean conscience and restful slumber.

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  9. Cornelius Gotchberg says:

    Curious; how do a troubled POS miscreant thug minor and a POS miscreant thug adult with pending felonies get onto a shooting range…WITH_FREAKIN’_FIREARMS_&_AMMO???

    The Gotch

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    • Gotch wrote, “Curious; how do a troubled POS miscreant thug minor and a POS miscreant thug adult with pending felonies get onto a shooting range…WITH_FREAKIN’_FIREARMS_&_AMMO???”

      How is the range supposed to know?

      To my knowledge there are absolutely no laws requiring private ranges to make criminal background checks of everyone before they are allowed to bring their own firearms into a private range.

      I’m not sure if there are regulations that require criminal background checks if the range loans out a firearm to someone wanting to use the range. Knowingly putting a firearm into the hands of a felon that cannot legally posses a firearm is a crime.

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      • Cornelius Gotchberg says:

        “How is the range supposed to know?”

        The Gotch knows nothing about private/public shooting ranges, Steve, but when you used to work the door, you carded someone even questionably underage.

        On that other thread where someone claimed to see bangers at a range they frequented, you’d think that’d raise a red flag and…um…trigger some additional scrutiny.

        The Gotch

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        • Gotch wrote, “The Gotch knows nothing about private/public shooting ranges, Steve, but when you used to work the door, you carded someone even questionably underage.”

          True. I know at ranges I frequent they take the drivers license from those that are entering their range and they have to sign a waver, they get their drivers license back as they leave the range. Again, I’m not sure of the actual regulations so as soon as I read your initial question this morning I sent out a message to someone I know that actually runs a private range asking for some information or where I could find the information I was seeking.

          Gotch wrote, “On that other thread where someone claimed to see bangers at a range they frequented, you’d think that’d raise a red flag and…um…trigger some additional scrutiny.”

          Yes you’d certainly think that would be true. Personally if I suspected that there were people trying to get in my range that couldn’t legally have firearms I’d turn them away and call the police with all the relevant information so the police can do their job.

          If I get additional information that I can share, I’ll post it here.

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        • This just in…

          No background check required by law for entry into a range and as long as the individual(s) doesn’t raise red flags, that I won’t list here, there is really nothing the range can legally do.

          In addition I’ll say this; there are a LOT of police officers that go to private ranges all over the place and if they recognize a felon with a firearm my bet is they will do something about it either on the spot depending on the situation or afterwards. Many private ranges have video surveillance and people can be identified using that at a later date.

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  10. Balboa says:

    C’Mon Man! Why should we need an ID to exercise a right to shoot a Gun. That’s like asking someone to show an ID when they want to vote!

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  11. Gary Kriewald says:

    So why aren’t conservative “activists” protesting outside her house at all hours of the night?

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  13. Chuck Johnson says:

    Just as a point of information, Judge Genovese was not the one who set the cash bail amounts for Perion Carreon’s other recent cases. A court commissioner did that at Carreon’s initial appearances on those cases. As far as I can tell from the court records (I stopped into the courthouse to look), Carreon has yet to have a proceeding before Judge Genovese on those cases. Also, unless I’m reading it wrong, a total of $2,000 was posted on those cases, not $1,500: $1,000 on 20CF387, $500 on 20CF1265; and $500 on 20CF1730. All bail amounts were paid by some guy named Howard Switalla who lives in Wisconsin Dells. Frankly, if anyone is having trouble sleeping, it’s probably him…

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