- A special task force of attorneys recommends limiting Wisconsin Supreme Court justices to a single 16-year term.
The state Bar of Wisconsin panel says the limit could help restore public confidence in the court. They say angry campaign ads have shaken public perception of our justices.
Currently there's no limit to the number of 10-year terms a justice can seek. The panel wants a constitutional amendment to change the system.
Former circuit judge Joe Troy spent 18 months studying the state supreme court. He says campaigns have become brutal with so many attack ads that voters think all justices are mediocre.
Story By: Kailey Burton