The Brady attorneys agreed to leave the case after it was disclosed that the organization posted information over the weekend that Conen had ruled inadmissible. Brady has since taken down the information in question, and it was not disclosed in open court. Conen discussed the matter off the record with attorneys in his chambers before coming into open court and making brief comments on the record, according to a transcript. . .James Vogts, a Chicago attorney representing the owners of Badger Guns and Badger Outdoors, said the Brady attorneys had committed a "pure violation" of Wisconsin Supreme Court rules on attorney conduct with respect to pretrial publicity.