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"Be not intimidated...
nor suffer yourselves to be wheedled out of your liberties by any pretense of politeness, delicacy, or decency.
These, as they are often used, are but three different names for hypocrisy, chicanery and cowardice."
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Friday, July 02, 2010

Courageous, Principled, Honorable. . .

Jackson County DA says he won't prosecute several state gun offenses

Carrying a concealed weapon is now legal in Wisconsin - at least in one county of the state.
Jackson County District Attorney Gerald R. Fox has declared that, in light of the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling this week that the Second Amendment clearly applies to the states, he will no longer prosecute people for carrying concealed weapons, or certain other gun related offenses.
The high court's ruling in McDonald vs. Chicago, "immediately renders some of Wisconsin's current laws unconstitutional," Fox said in a news release.
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Wis. DA says he won't prosecute some gun laws

"These so-called 'public safety' laws only put decent law-abiding citizens at a dangerous disadvantage when it comes to their personal safety, and I for one am glad that this decades-long era of defective thinking on gun issues is over," Fox wrote in the statement, released this week.
He ended the statement with "Let Freedom Ring."

Fox, a Democrat with self-described Libertarian leanings, faces re-election in 2012. He said in a telephone interview with The Associated Press but if the Brady Campaign wants to mount a recall drive, the organization should "bring it on."
"If a majority of people want me to move on, that's the price for standing up and saying 'this is what I believe,'" Fox said.

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For Immediate Release June 29, 2010


Yesterday, in a resounding victory for all freedom-loving Americans, the United States
Supreme Court confirmed that the Second Amendment’s protection of our right to keep
and bear arms applies everywhere in America, and serves as a rampart against state
infringement of this fundamental individual liberty. In its ruling, the Court declared that
the right to keep and bear arms is a fundamental right, and that self-defense is at the core
of the freedoms protected by the amendment.

This Supreme Court ruling is binding on all states and local governments, and
immediately renders some of Wisconsin’s current laws unconstitutional. Therefore, in
keeping with my oath to uphold and defend the Constitution, I hereby declare that this
office will no longer accept law enforcement referrals for violations of the following
Section 167.31, prohibiting uncased or loaded firearms in vehicles;
Section 941.23, prohibiting the carrying of concealed weapons, including firearms;
Section 941.235, prohibiting the possession of firearms in public buildings;
Section 941.237, prohibiting the possession of firearms in establishments where alcohol
may be sold or served; and,
Section 941.24, prohibiting the possession of knives that open with a button, or by
gravity, or thrust, or movement.

All of these statutes constitute unjustifiable infringements on the fundamental right of
every law-abiding American to arm themselves for self-defense and the defense of their
loved ones, co-workers, homes and communities. This change also invalidates Jackson
County Ordinance Sections 9.01 (firearms in public buildings) and 9.29 (CCW).
Prior to this historic ruling, our state Supreme Court placed the state’s interests first, and
would only create an exception to these laws when the individual’s need for protection
outweighed the state’s interest. In the area of concealed carry, only 2 cases have
approved concealed carry, one at home, and the other one at the defendant’s personallyowned
place of business. Well, as the United States Supreme Court held yesterday, that
view was exactly backward.

As with the other fundamental rights, such as the freedom of speech, of religion, of
association, or of security in our homes, persons, and effects, government limitations on
fundamental rights are lawful only in the rare case that the state can show a compelling
governmental need that can be accomplished only by enacting a narrowly-tailored
restriction, in terms of time, place and manner. Clearly, a blanket prohibition against
carrying your loaded firearm in your personal vehicle does not pass that test.

Put it another way: Does preventing the barkeep from protecting herself when she carries
the bank bag home from the tavern make sense? Not here, not anymore. That’s not an
American value; it puts concern for the criminal’s welfare ahead of the barkeeper’s right
to self-defense. The fact is, criminals don’t pay attention to gun laws, only we good folks
do. After 15 years of criminal law practice, I can state positively that when criminals
resolve to harm someone, no law will stop them. These so-called “public safety” laws
only put decent law-abiding citizens at a dangerous disadvantage when it comes to their
personal safety, and I for one am glad that this decades-long era of defective thinking on
gun issues is over.

I will watch for the legislature to make needed corrections in these areas. In the
meantime, while I am happy to declare that we will follow the Supreme Court’s ruling, I
want to emphasize that with fundamental rights come grave responsibilities, and I will
continue to vigorously enforce the laws against unlawfully using firearms, such as the
prohibition against felons being armed; going armed while intoxicated; using a firearm to
commit a crime; and endangering safety by negligent handling of a weapon, to name just
a few. Only by the strictest adherence to firearm safety rules and common sense will we
show that the elitists who seek to disarm all of us are wrong, and that every law abiding
citizen can be trusted to protect themselves and their neighbors safely.

A copy of the Supreme Court’s decision can be found at

A copy of the amicus brief joined by J.B. Van Hollen, the Attorney General of
Wisconsin, can be viewed at:

Let Freedom Ring.

Gerald R. Fox

A true American Hero.   A man of Honor.   How 'bout the rest of you?

Quote Originally Posted by Jason in WI View Post
This might be the burning ember we need to start a fire! I haven't had time to verify if this list is still accurate.

District Attorney - Adams County Thibodeau, Mark D. (608) 339-4217

District Attorney - Ashland County Duffy, Sean P. (715) 682-7019

District Attorney - Barron County Beranek, Angela (715) 537-6220

District Attorney - Bayfield County Haukaas, Craig (715) 373-6111

District Attorney - Brown County Zakowski, John P. (920) 448-4190

District Attorney - Buffalo County Clark, Thomas W. (608) 685-6236

District Attorney - Burnett County Norine, William L. (715) 349-2167

District Attorney - Calumet County Kratz, Kenneth R. (920) 849-1438

District Attorney - Chippewa County Theisen, Jon M. (715) 726-7740

District Attorney - Clark County Zwieg, Darwin L. (715) 743-5169

District Attorney - Columbia County Kohlwey, Jane E. (608) 742-9650

District Attorney - Crawford County Baxter, Timothy C. (608) 326-4802

District Attorney - Dane County Blanchard, Brian W. (608) 266-4211

District Attorney - Dodge County Bedker, Jr., William F. (920) 386-3612

District Attorney - Door County Pelrine, Raymond L. (920) 746-2284

District Attorney - Douglas County Blank, Daniel W. (715) 395-1218

District Attorney - Dunn County Peterson, James M. (715) 232-1687

District Attorney - Eau Claire County White, Glenn Richard (715) 839-4828

District Attorney - Florence County Drexler, Douglas (715) 528-3340

District Attorney - Fond du Lac County Kaminsky, Dan (920) 322-1375

District Attorney - Forest County Simono, Charles J. (715) 478-3511

District Attorney - Grant County Riniker, Lisa A. (608) 723-4237

District Attorney - Green County Luhman, Gary L. (608) 328-9542

District Attorney - Green Lake County Collins, Winn Switzer (920) 294-4046

District Attorney - Iowa County Nelson, Larry E. (608) 935-0393

District Attorney - Iron County Lipske, Martin J. (715) 561-5671

District Attorney - Jackson County Fox, Gerald R. 

District Attorney - Jefferson County Quale-Happ, Susan (920) 674-7173

District Attorney - Juneau County Southworth, Scott H. (608) 547-6686

District Attorney - Kenosha County Zapf, Robert (262) 653-2484

District Attorney - Kewaunee County Naze, Andrew (920) 388-7149

District Attorney - LaCrosse County Gruenke, Timothy J. (608) 785-9604

District Attorney - Lafayette County Doherty, Charlotte L. (608) 776-4842

District Attorney - Langlade County Uttke, Ralph M. (715) 627-6224

District Attorney - Lincoln County Dunphy, Donald (715) 536-0339

District Attorney - Manitowoc County Rohrer, Mark (920) 683-4077

District Attorney - Marathon County Falstad, Jill N. (715) 261-1335

District Attorney - Marinette County Brey, Allen R. (715) 732-7490

District Attorney - Marquette County Dufour, Richard J. (608) 297-3021

District Attorney - Milwaukee County Chisholm, John (414) 278-4653

District Attorney - Monroe County Cary, Dan (608) 269-8780

District Attorney - Oconto County Conley, Jay (920) 834-6866

District Attorney - Oneida County Bloom, Michael (715) 369-6133

District Attorney - Outagamie County Schneider, Carrie A. (920) 832-2225

District Attorney - Ozaukee County Gerol, Adam (262) 238-8380

District Attorney - Pepin County Seifert, Jon D. (715) 672-8939

District Attorney - Pierce County O'Boyle, John M. (715) 273-6750

District Attorney - Polk County Steffen, Dan (715) 485-9231

District Attorney - Portage County Eagon, Thomas B. (715) 346-1300

District Attorney - Price County Fuhr, Mark T. (715) 339-3095

District Attorney - Racine County Nieskes, Michael E. (262) 636-3172

District Attorney - Richland County Sharp, Wm. Andrew (608) 647-3493

District Attorney - Rock County O'Leary, David J. (608) 757-5615

District Attorney - Rusk County Kellaher, Mark (715) 532-2159

District Attorney - Sauk County Barrett, Patricia A. (608) 355-4361

District Attorney - Sawyer Count Van Roy, Thomas E. (715) 634-4097

District Attorney - Shawano-Menominee Counties Parker, Gregory A. (715) 526-2166

District Attorney - Sheboygan County DeCecco, Joe (920) 459-3040

District Attorney - St. Croix County Johnson, Eric G. (715) 386-4658

District Attorney - Taylor County Kelz, Karl J. (715) 748-1450

District Attorney - Trempealeau County Marsolek, Jeri A. (715) 538-2311

District Attorney - Vernon County Gaskell, Timothy J. (608) 637-5357

District Attorney - Vilas County Moustakis, Albert D. (715) 479-3615

District Attorney - Walworth County Koss, Phillip A. (262) 741-7198

District Attorney - Washburn County Bitney, J. Michael (715) 468-4670

District Attorney - Washington County Martens, Todd K. (262) 335-4311

District Attorney - Waukesha County Schimel, Brad (262) 548-7100

District Attorney - Waupaca County Snider, John P. (715) 258-6444

District Attorney - Waushara County Blader, Scott (920) 787-0407

District Attorney - Winnebago County Gossett, Christian (920) 236-4977

District Attorney - Wood County Wolf, Todd P. (715) 421-8415

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