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Threat to a judge — sufficiency of the evidence

Wisconsin Court of Appeals

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Threat to a judge — sufficiency of the evidence

Martonez R. Wallace appeals a judgment of conviction for two counts of battery or threat to a judge, as party to a crime and as a repeater. Wallace mainly contends that all which linked him to the crime was an uncorroborated, patently incredible, prior inconsistent statement, such that the evidence to convict him was insufficient as a matter of law. His appellate arguments fail. We affirm the judgment. This opinion will not be published.

2011AP2502-CR State v. Wallace

Dist II, Sheboygan County, Willis, J., Per Curiam

Attorneys: For Appellant: Groh, Jonathan Thomas, Appleton; For Respondent: DeCecco, Joseph R., Sheboygan; Probst, Robert, Madison


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