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Court Discretion – Harassment Injunction

L.T.-H., pro se, appeals an order issuing a harassment injunction against her. L.T.-H. argues that: (1) the circuit court misused its discretion in issuing the injunction; (2) the injunction violates her constitutional rights; (3) the circuit court lost competency to proceed because it improperly adjourned two injunction hearings; and (4) the circuit court erred by issuing a two-year injunction.

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Plea Withdrawal

Jeramie Joseph Mason appeals from an amended judgment of conviction for one count of possession of heroin with intent to deliver (more than fifty grams) and one count of keeping a drug trafficking place, both as a second and subsequent offense, contrary to WIS. STAT. §§ 961.41(1m)(d)4., 961.42(1), and 961.48(1)(b) (2013-14).

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Circuit precedent holds that a district court has inherent authority to reopen a closed criminal case to consider a request to expunge the judicial record based on an equitable balancing test that weighs the public and private interests at stake.

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