Keith Sellen‘s still working, too.
At least 135 attorneys with criminal convictions are practicing law today in Wisconsin – including some who kept their licenses while serving time and others who got them back before they were off probation, a Journal Sentinel investigation has found.
The roster includes lawyers with felony or misdemeanor convictions for fraud, theft, battery and repeat drunken driving, as well as offenses involving political corruption, drugs and sex. A child-sex offender got probation for his crime but never lost his law license. A politician convicted in a check-kiting scheme was reprimanded but also kept his license.