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00-3101-CR, 00-3102-CR State v. Sackatook

Frank Sackatook, Jr., appeals judgments convicting him of first-degree sexual assault of a child and burglary. He also appeals an order denying his motion to withdraw his no contest pleas. We conclude that the trial court properly denied the motion ...

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99-2071 Tuan Anh Nguyen v. INS

“[T]o require Congress to speak without reference to the gender of the parent with regard to its objective of ensuring a blood tie between parent and child would be to insist on a hollow neutrality. As JUSTICE STEVENS pointed out ...

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00-0696 State ex rel. Reisch v. Schwarz

LeRoy Reisch appeals the trial court’s order dismissing his petition for writ of certiorari as untimely filed under the Prison Litigation Reform Act (PLRA). Reisch argues that the PLRA violates his right to equal protection because it requires prisoners in ...

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99-3263 Rabideau v. City of Racine

“[T]he relationships between a victim and a spouse, parent, child, grandparent, grandchild or sibling are deeply embedded in the organization of our law and society. The emotional loss experienced by a bystander who witnessed the negligent death or injury of ...

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00-492 Alabama v. Bozeman

“[T]he Agreement makes no distinction among different kinds of IV(c) ‘arrivals,’ say, by exempting those that are followed by return within a short, specified period of time, or those that are simply for the purpose of arraignment. Given the Agreement’s ...

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00-1031 Zurkowski v. Hobart Corporation, et al.

Jay E. Zurowski appeals from a judgment entered after a bench trial wherein the trial court dismissed his personal injury claim alleging negligence and a violation of Wisconsin’s Safe Place Statute against Hobart Corporation (Hobart). Zurowski claims the trial court ...

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99-1702 Waters v. Pertzborn

“We conclude that there are two statutory impediments to the circuit court’s order for separate trials on the issues of liability and damages before different juries. First, a review of the history of sec. 805.05(2) reveals that the omission of ...

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99-8508 Kyllo v. United States

“[I]n the case of the search of the interior of homes – the prototypical and hence most commonly litigated area of protected privacy – there is a ready criterion, with roots deep in the common law, of the minimal expectation ...

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00-2792-CR State v. Rodgriguez

Angel Rodriguez appeals, following a jury trial, from a judgment convicting him of attempted first-degree intentional homicide and burglary, both while armed with a dangerous weapon, and from an order denying his motion for postconviction relief. Rodriguez claims he was ...

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00-1663Luder v. Endicott

“The plaintiffs are seeking to accomplish exactly what they would accomplish were they allowed to maintain this suit against the state and did so successfully: they are seeking to force the state to accede to their view of the Act ...

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00-2839 Johnson Bank v. Brandon Apparel

“Here, the parties submitted affidavits with conflicting statements as to whether an oral agreement existed. While the trial court may have considered the parties’ affidavits, some matters are ‘too grave to be decided on affidavits.’ [Citation]. Unless the facts are ...

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00-1784-CR State v. Handal

Eduardo D. Handal appeals from the judgment of conviction entered against him and the order denying his motion for postconviction relief. The issue on appeal is whether Handal received ineffective assistance of trial counsel. Because we agree with the circuit ...

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No. 105Kansas v. Colorado

“At one point in time, the fact that the claim was unliquidated would have been of substantial importance… This common-law distinction has long since lost its hold on the legal imagination. Beginning in the early part of the last century, ...

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00-1663Luder v. Endicott (55270)

“The plaintiffs are seeking to accomplish exactly what they would accomplish were they allowed to maintain this suit against the state and did so successfully: they are seeking to force the state to accede to their view of the Act ...

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01-0444-FT City of Brookfield v. Ulmen

The City of Brookfield appeals from an order dismissing two uniform traffic citations that charged Daniel D. Ulmen with operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated (OWI) and operating a motor vehicle with a prohibited alcohol concentration (PAC) respectively. The dismissal ...

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00-3897Otto v. SEC

“[W]e need not decide the issue of whether the NASD is a state actor in this case because Otto admitted all of the facts necessary to establish his guilt, which dooms his due process arguments.” “Given Otto’s admissions coupled with ...

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00-3013-CR State v. Martin

Richard Martin pled guilty to operating while under the influence of an intoxicant, second offense, contrary to Wis. Stat. sec. 346.63(1)(a). He appeals his conviction, contending that the trial court erred when it denied his motion to suppress evidence. Martin ...

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01-2441Garza v. Lappin

“Nothing in the OAS Charter suggests an intention that member states will be bound by the Commission’s decisions before the American Convention goes into effect. To the contrary, the OAS Charter’s reference to the Convention shows that the signatories to ...

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00-1846 State v. Multaler

“The affidavit establishes that serial killers are uniquely likely to have a strong psychological compulsion to keep evidence of their crimes, even when they know they are under investigation. In fact, the affidavit establishes that serial killers may unreasonably flirt ...

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00-3180-CR State v. Roesing

Victoria D. Roesing appeals from a judgment of conviction after a jury found her guilty of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of an intoxicant or other drug contrary to Wis. Stat. sec. 346.63(1)(a) (1999-2000). Roesing claims that ...

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