Jennifer Dorow Gives Domestic Violence Offender Opportunity to Attack Victim’s Family
MADISON, Wis. — Jennifer Dorow, an extremist and Republican candidate for Wisconsin Supreme Court, let a dangerous criminal loose for two days who had already violated a restraining order.
Following the sentencing of Michael Liu for eight counts of domestic violence, including violation of previous restraining orders, Dorow allowed Liu two days to report to jail. In that time, he broke into the home of his soon-to-be ex-wife’s parents and brutally stabbed them.
Dorow, who has already made statements that threaten the rights of the LGBTQ community, cannot be trusted to accept the evidence in front of her, nor to protect victims and those without power under the law.
“Jennifer Dorow’s poor judgment put a victim of domestic violence and their family in direct danger, and our thoughts are with them as they recover from this horrific event,” said Wisconsin Democratic Party Executive Director Devin Remiker. “Her decision was disastrous and put a domestic abuser ahead of public safety. This case clearly shows the Republican Party has a lot to learn about Dorow ahead of the primary.”