Attorney claims defendant’s intentional homicide, misdemeanor battery, disorderly conduct and false imprisonment charges just ‘some bad behavior’

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In addition to attempted first-degree intentional homicide, Andrew Spear was charged with three counts of misdemeanor battery, two counts of disorderly conduct and one count of false imprisonment for the Aug. 16 incident, which allegedly happened at the storage locker at 1106 O’Neill Ave.

Spear, who was later arrested on Interstate 90-94 in Juneau County, was jailed on $500,000 bail after appearing in court on Tuesday. His lawyer, Brian Brophy, told Dane County Court Commissioner Todd Meurer that Spear disputes many of the allegations.

“Obviously, his wife’s affair may have led to some bad behavior,” Brophy said, adding that some of the allegations are false, however.

Via State lawyer’s husband charged with trying to kill her over alleged affair @ Wisconsin State Journal.

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