State Supreme Court Justice Gableman voted with law firm after receiving free legal services

Questions were raised as to whether Justice Michael Gableman violated the state ethics code and the code of judicial conduct by accepting free legal services in defending himself against a judicial ethics violation charge arising from his 2008 campaign. Read more here.

In two cases, Gableman voted in favor of parties represented by the firm that provided free legal services to him. One of those cases involved a law limiting collective bargaining rights for public employees. Read more here.