Tag Archives: WI Court of Appeals Digest

Due Process Violation – Military Law

At a general court-martial under the Wisconsin Code of Military Justice, WIS. STAT. ch. 322 (2015-2016), Sergeant First Class Jesse Riemer of the Wisconsin Army National Guard was convicted, pursuant to negotiated pleas made before a military judge, of various felony offenses involving Riemer’s use of “his position as a [military] recruiter to engage in wrongful conduct with recruits and enlisted members of the [Wisconsin Army National Guard].”

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Termination of Parental Rights

F.J.R. appeals an order terminating her parental rights for two of her biological children, B.M.R. and B.H.T. She argues that the trial court did not appropriately instruct the jury regarding the suspension of a visitation order issued by the court with regard to B.M.R., and seeks to vacate the termination of parental rights order for both children.

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Sentencing – Voluntary Plea

Julius Lee Sanders appeals from his judgments of conviction on one count of strangulation, contrary to WIS. STAT. § 940.235(1) (2015-16) , one count of felony bail jumping, contrary to WIS. STAT. § 946.49(1)(b), and one count of intimidating a witness, contrary to WIS. STAT. § 940.43(7), stemming from a domestic violence incident with his girlfriend, K.H.

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