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Vince Megna

Vince Megna is a private-practice attorney who declared his candidacy for Wisconsin Supreme Court in 2012 in the spring 2013 election for the seat held by Justice Pat Roggensack. Megna is a self-declared liberal Democrat. He is a Marquette University Law School graduate who made a national name as the "King of the Lemon Laws" for taking on auto companies in cases of defective vehicles. He works for a Milwaukee law firm. Megna was infuriated last year when legislators passed a law limiting how much prevailing parties could be paid in attorney's fees in consumer cases. Soon after, Megna began running his web videos blaming GOP Gov. Scott Walker and other Republicans.

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