For those of you who may have been following the continued feud between the two Wisconsin Supreme Court judges David Prosser and Ann Walsh Bradley, which we commented on back in March, it will be of interest to know that neither judge will face charges over an allegedly violent encounter. Bloomberg reports that

“The alleged violence between the judges took place while the top state court was grappling with what became a decision the next day reinstating legislation limiting public employees’ ability to engage in collective bargaining. According to the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, Bradley accused Prosser of putting her in a chokehold, a claim that Prosser denied.

“I have determined that no criminal charges will be filed” against David Prosser and Ann Walsh Bradley for the incident on June 13, Sauk County District Attorney Patricia Barrett said yesterday in a statement.

Dane County Chief Judge C. William Foust earlier this month selected Barrett from neighboring Sauk County to review the incident at the request of Dane District Attorney Ismael Ozanne, who said he wanted to avoid allegations any action he took was politically motivated.

The Wisconsin Supreme Court’s public information officer, Tom Sheehan, didn’t immediately reply to a phone call and e-mail seeking comment on Barrett’s decision. Prosser didn’t immediately respond to a phone message seeking comment.”