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MADISON, Wis. (WTAQ-WRN) – An accused Madison lawyer is on a commission that advises judges in Wisconsin.

The Wisconsin Supreme Court announced Tuesday that James Troupis is being temporarily suspended from the Wisconsin Court System’s Judicial Conduct Advisory Committee.

Troupis, an attorney and former Dane County Circuit Court judge, is one of three people charged last week by Wisconsin Attorney General Josh Kaul.

Troupis, Kenneth Chesebro and Michael Roman organized an effort to send Wisconsin Republicans’ “alternative” electoral votes to Congress despite Donald Trump’s defeat in the 2020 election to Joe Biden.

The nine-member commission is tasked with giving formal advisory opinions and informal advice to judges and court officials governed by the Code of Judicial Conduct.