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Consumer Protection — restitution

Wisconsin Court of Appeals


Consumer Protection — restitution

John Rassbach, pro se, appeals a summary judgment granting the State’s civil consumer enforcement action to obtain restitution for injured consumers arising out of Rassbach’s overcharging customers for fuel that was never delivered. Rassbach argues the State is barred from obtaining restitution in this civil action because it did not seek restitution in the criminal case against him. He also argues the State possesses unspecified documents that would show the amount of his fraud was less than claimed. Rassbach further argues the circuit court improperly used facts from his criminal case as the basis for granting summary judgment in this civil case. We reject Rassbach’s arguments and affirm. This opinion will not be published.

2012AP1550 State v. Rassbach

Dist III, St. Croix County, Vlack, J., Per Curiam

Attorneys: For Appellant: Rassbach, John P., pro se; For Respondent: Greene, John S., Madison; Johnson, Eric G., Hudson; Weber, Gregory M., Madison

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