Cases that made a difference

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As Beverly Groves lay choking on the floor of a state mental hospital, a staff member who noticed her on a video monitor thought she was only resting.

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David Kurth approached attorney Jason Studinski following a tragic nursing home accident involving his father, William Kurth.

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Daniel J. Langevin was 35, mentally ill and broke. He had been living in psychiatric institutions on and off since his early 20s.

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Police records released Tuesday show that Beverly J. Frawley, a resident of Northern Wisconsin Center for the Developmentally Disabled, likely died from "positional asphyxia" caused by a locked restraint "jumpsuit" that was made for a much smaller person, local news sources reported.

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A niece's search for her missing uncle came to an end this week when the skeletal remains of Robin "Robbie" Litkea were found in Juneau County.

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