Tag Archives: Civil Digest

Ineffective Assistance of Counsel

Christopher Seiler appeals pro se from a circuit court order denying without an evidentiary hearing his WIS. STAT. § 974.06 (2015- 16) motion (1) challenging a statement he made to his probation officer and alleging ineffective assistance of trial counsel relating to that statement, and (2) seeking resentencing because the circuit court relied upon inaccurate information at sentencing and his trial counsel was ineffective.

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Termination of Parental Rights

M.K. appeals from orders terminating her parental rights for two of her biological children, B.A. and L.K. She asserts that the trial court did not appropriately exercise its discretion in granting the termination of her parental rights because it did not sufficiently consider the statutory standard and factors relating to termination.

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Insurance – Direct Action Violation

Curtis Lovelien and Timothy Kroening (collectively, Lovelien) appeal an order dismissing Austin Mutual Insurance Company and the other claimants from this personal injury action after Austin Mutual settled with some of the claimants and forwarded its remaining policy limits to the circuit court for allocation between Curtis Lovelien and Timothy Kroening.

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