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Justice seeks second 10-year term

Roggensack says broad foundation in law critical

5:38 PM, Jan. 24, 2013
Pat Roggensack
Pat Roggensack
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State Supreme Court Justice Pat Roggensack believes her two February primary opponents are missing a key element in their professional background and that's one reason why Wisconsin voters should elect her to a second 10-year term.

The qualification to be on the state's highest court is one has to have been licensed to practice law for a minimum of five years preceding election.

"In my view, you should also have some judicial experience ... most of what we do is judge whether other judges got it right," said Roggensack after a speaking engagement at Thursday Noon Rotary. ...

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