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Criminal Procedure — prosecutorial misconduct

Wisconsin Court of Appeals


Criminal Procedure — prosecutorial misconduct

Frederick Brown appeals a judgment convicting him of false imprisonment, strangulation, and intimidation of a victim, following a jury trial. Brown contends that the State violated the circuit court’s evidentiary ruling excluding the results of laboratory testing that confirmed the presence of the victim’s blood in Brown’s hotel room. We conclude that the State’s comments regarding the blood found in Brown’s hotel room were not improper. Accordingly, we affirm. This opinion will not be published.

2011AP2574-CR State v. Brown

Dist IV, Dane County, McNamara, J., Per Curiam

Attorneys: For Appellant: Grunder, Steven D., Madison; For Respondent: Whelan, Maura F.J., Madison; Freeman, Chris, Madison

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