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In the News, March 2016
Attorney Nagel Wins Probation Sentence for Reckless Endangerment Charge
"Citing an otherwise clean criminal record and an abusive childhood upbringing, a judge spared a prison sentence for a Sun Prairie man who fired gunshots at two random cars being driven on the Beltline in July, 2015.
"Judge David Flanagan said the felonies warranted five years in prison and seven years of extended supervision, but he stayed that sentence and instead placed Stroede on probation.
"Defense attorney Robert Nagel characterized Stroede as a man who set out to die that night — perhaps in a suicide by police officer — but recovered his will to live after a series of serious mistakes.