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00-3076-CR State v. Spaulding

Rhonda Spaulding appeals from the judgment convicting her of first-degree sexual assault. Spaulding argues that the bindover should not have occurred because the child-victim’s videotape, the primary evidence used against Spaulding at the preliminary hearing, was improperly admitted. She also submits that the trial court erroneously exercised its discretion in refusing to conduct an in camera inspection of the victim’s treatment records and in refusing her request for an independent psychological examination of the victim. Finally, Spaulding claims that the trial court’s sentence was unduly harsh and unconscionable.

We affirm.

This opinion will not be published.

Dist I, Milwaukee County, Moroney, J., Per Curiam

Attorneys:

For Appellant: Ronald J. Sonderhouse, Brookfield

For Respondent: Robert D. Donohoo, Milwaukee; James M. Freimuth, Madison


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