September 10, 2007- Jensen's work on the Walter Missouri appeal called a "landmark" decision by legal experts. Read the Article
February 9, 2007- Daryise Earl convicted in second trial in Racine
On Friday, February 9, 2007, after five days of trial, a Racine County jury returned verdicts finding Daryise Earl guilty of first degree intentional homicide and armed robbery arising out of the August, 2000, death of Michael Bizzle. This was Earl's second murder trial within four months. See video of closing arguments
November 17, 2006- Daryise Earl acquitted of first degree intentional homicide in Racine.
"We're really happy and relieved with this verdict," said Jeffrey Jensen, Earl's attorney. Jensen is also representing Earl in the Bizzle case.
"I think the deciding factor was there weren't any eyewitnesses to how Dwane Henley was killed and Daryise Earl had a plausible explanation to where he was that night," Jensen said.
JS Online: Oswald returns to prison with no hope of parole
Ted Oswald's second trip through the criminal justice system for a crime spree a decade ago with his father ended Tuesday pretty much as did his first trip, when a judge concluded that Oswald created too many victims to ever get out of prison ...
May 31, 2005
JS Online: Oswald's upbringing likely to factor in sentencing
Waukesha County District Attorney Paul Bucher and defense attorney Jeffrey W. Jensen do not agree on a lot when it comes to Ted Oswald, but they share the same belief that his father had a lot to do with the way he turned out. ... has to recognize that James Oswald deserves 98 percent of the blame ...
May 19, 2005
JS Online: Oswald was sane, jury concludes
After fighting the better part of a decade to win a new trial for his notorious crime spree, Ted Oswald was sent back to prison Tuesday by a jury that took about 11 hours to reject his criminal insanity plea.
JS Online: Jurors begin deliberations in Oswald retrial
... Jurors begin deliberations in Oswald retrial ... jurors Monday night began deliberations into whether Ted Oswald was criminally insane when he participated in a 14 ...
May 16, 2005