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Litigator and current Wisconsin gaming administrator Jack Melvin Jr.

and 16-year Waukesha County court commissioner Laura Lau will square off in the April 3 election for the right to succeed the retiring Judge Kathryn Foster.

Both Waukesha County Circuit Court Branch 12 judicial candidates firmly pledged to lock up dangerous criminals and denounced legislating from the bench.

Where they differ is in experience and endorsements.

The candidates also differ in experience in not only running a courtroom, but in the five areas of law circuit judges handle — criminal, civil, juvenile, family and probate. Both candidates had been in private practice for many years.

Lau was appointed a court commissioner in 2001, and has presided over hearings in all five court divisions.

Also numbered among her supporters are Paul Decker, Waukesha County Board chairman; judges William Domina, Joe Dorlack, Laurie Dutcher and Jo Ann Eiring; former Lt. Margaret Farrow; retired judge Ness Flores; Waukesha Mayor Shawn Reilly; and numerous county board supervisors and local officials.

Melvin is the choice of many heavy-hitters at the state level, leading off with Gov. Key conservative legislative leaders who favor Melvin include State Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald, state senators Alberta Darling, Steve Nass and Dave Craig and state representatives Joel Kleefisch, Adam Neylon, Mike Kuglitsch and Chuck Wichgers.

About 60 percent of her work as a commissioner has been in the criminal area, she said.

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