There is new legal trouble for Darrell Brooks.
On Monday, July 10, Darrell Brooks was in Milwaukee County court resolving another case against him.
Convicted Waukesha Christmas parade attacker Darrell Brooks will pay more to the victims of his crimes. That is the decision of a Waukesha County judge after a restitution hearing.
Waukesha Christmas parade attacker Darrell Brooks was in court Thursday in Milwaukee County in three open cases against him. June and July jury trials were scheduled.
Darrell Brooks, sentenced to life in prison for the Waukesha Christmas parade attack, appeared in Milwaukee County court for other cases Thursday, Feb. 2.
Waukesha Christmas parade attacker Darrell Brooks represented himself during his trial in fall of 2022. As of Jan. 6, Brooks has an attorney for a potential appeal.
Waukesha Christmas parade attacker Darrell Brooks has an appellate attorney after filing notice of his intent to seek post-conviction relief in November, writing that "there are clear issues of the law and legal facts" in his case.
Wisconsin's bail amendment proposal gained new momentum after Darrell Brooks posted $1,000 bail two days before the Waukesha Christmas parade attack.
The community of Waukesha and beyond came together Sunday for the 2022 Waukesha Christmas Parade. In their hearts were the six people who died when Darrell Brooks drove his SUV through the parade route in November 2021, injuring more than 60 others.
The Milwaukee Dancing Grannies stepped out at the West Allis Christmas Parade on Saturday on the eve of the Waukesha parade, the first since the 2021 attack that killed four members of the group. They said their Waukesha parade performance will feature a special tribute and surprise.
Mixed emotions are expected at the first Waukesha Christmas Parade since the 2021 attack when Darrell Brooks drove his SUV through the parade route, killing six and injuring more than 60.
Darrell Brooks, sentenced in connection the Waukesha Christmas Parade attack, has filed notice of his intent to seek post-conviction relief.
The judge who presided over the trial of the man convicted of killing six people during the Waukesha Christmas parade is running for a spot on the Wisconsin Supreme Court.
Waukesha County Circuit Court Judge Jennifer Dorow became a household name during the trial for the man who attacked Waukesha's Christmas parade in November 2021. Now, she is mulling a Wisconsin Supreme Court run.
Monday, Nov. 21 marks one year since the Waukesha Christmas parade attack. City leaders say their toughest moments may still be ahead.
A motions hearing was held in Waukesha County on Friday, Nov. 18 for Darrell Brooks. It was associated with an appeal following his conviction on 76 charges associated with the Waukesha Christmas parade attack.
A day after Darrell Brooks was sentenced to life in prison for killing six and injuring more than 60 when he drove his SUV through the Waukesha Christmas parade, Waukesha leaders said with the trial over, it’s time to push forward as a community.
Darrell Brooks might have been sentenced for his crimes in Waukesha, but his time in the courtroom is far from over. That is because Brooks has three open cases in Milwaukee County.
Darrell Brooks will spend the rest of his life behind bars. Judge Jennifer Dorow threw the book at Brooks, handing down the maximum sentence, drawing applause from the courtroom filled with victims and their families.
Sending a message loud and clear, 45 victims and survivors of the Waukesha Christmas parade attack shared powerful personal accounts of how the attack impacted them Tuesday in the first of two sentencing hearings for Darrell Brooks.