Joseph Langlois Court Appearance 02-06-14
Photos by John Ehlke
Attorney Bill Mayer leaves the courtroom after  Joseph Langlois', 17, initial appearance at the Washington County Courthouse in West Bend on Thursday afternoon. Langlois is accused of stabbing his 20-year old brother, Jacob, on Tuesday afternoon. Jacob died of his wounds during surgery. Bound was set for $75,000. Joseph Langlois, 17, sits and waits to appear before Judge James K. Muehlbauer during his initial appearance at the Washington County Courthouse in West Bend on Thursday afternoon. Langlois is accused of stabbing his 20-year old brother, Jacob, on Tuesday afternoon. Jacob died of his wounds during surgery. Bond was set for $75,000. Judge James K. Muehlbauer addresses Joseph Langlois, 17, during his initial appearance at the Washington County Courthouse in West Bend on Thursday afternoon. Langlois is accused of stabbing his 20-year old brother, Jacob, on Tuesday afternoon. Jacob died of his wounds during surgery. Bond was set for $75,000. Joseph Langlois, 17, is wheeled to his table for his initial appearance at the Washington County Courthouse in West Bend on Thursday afternoon. Langlois is accused of stabbing his 20-year old brother, Jacob, on Tuesday afternoon. Jacob died of his wounds during surgery. Bond was set for $75,000. Joseph Langlois, 17, is comforted by his attorney Bill Mayer  during his initial appearance at the Washington County Courthouse in West Bend on Thursday afternoon. Langlois is accused of stabbing his 20-year old brother, Jacob, on Tuesday afternoon. Jacob died of his wounds during surgery. Bond was set for $75,000.
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