Normally judges are the ones that determine how the laws are applied. But sometimes you have to remind the judges themselves to follow the law. Wisconsin attorney Michael Gableman remains in legal trouble, with a judge this week reminding him not to delete public records dealing with his time as special counsel investigating the possibility of fraud in the 2020 presidential election. He never found any of course, but did have trouble following the law during his so-called investigation. He was sued by a number of liberal groups who argued that the records he kept during his investigation were a matter of public record. The judge agreed, but Gableman continued to stonewall, and was even held in contempt of court for not producing the records. We were told in September the documents would be produced soon, but that still hasn’t happened. The office Gableman led has been shut down for nearly a year, but Gableman’s antics continue to cost taxpayers, who have already shelled out nearly $2 million for the witch-hunt. A judge should know better. Especially a former Supreme Court justice. He should comply and finally end this sad chapter in Wisconsin politics.