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Updated: Wisconsin Supreme Court votes to accept no new cases, denies several

By: WISCONSIN LAW JOURNAL STAFF//December 5, 2023//

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Updated: Wisconsin Supreme Court votes to accept no new cases, denies several

By: WISCONSIN LAW JOURNAL STAFF//December 5, 2023//

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The Wisconsin Supreme Court announced Monday, December 4, 2023 that the Court recently voted not to accept any new cases, and the Court acted to deny review in a number of other cases.

The case numbers, counties of origin and the issues presented in granted cases are listed below.

Court officials said on December 4 that no petitions were granted at the October 30, 2023 conference.

Review denied: The Supreme Court denied review in the following cases. As the state’s law-developing court, the Supreme Court exercises its discretion to select for review only those cases that fit certain statutory criteria (see Wis. Stat. § 809.62). Except where indicated, these cases came to the Court via petition for review by the party who lost in the lower court:

Burnett County
2022AP535-CR State v. Neumann
 
Clark County  
2021AP1594-CR State v. Ruzic
2022AP260

2022AP261

State v. Utecht

 

 
Dane County  
2022AP676 Adams Outdoor Advertising Limited Partnership v. Wis. DOT
   
Fond du Lac County

2022AP1170-CR

 

State v. Allen

   
 

 

Grant County

2020AP1792

 

 

 

State v. Henderson

   
 

Jefferson County

2022AP1522-CR

2022AP2001-CR

 

 

State v. Smiley

 

State v. Westrich

   
Kenosha County  
2020AP758-CRNM

2022AP1478

State v. Daniels

State v. Thompson

 
Marinette County  
2023AP1293-W Plemel v. Wisconsin [Supervisory Writ]
 
Milwaukee County  
2020AP1995-CR

 

2020AP1150-CR

 

2021AP1083-CR

2021AP2116-CR

 

2021AP1225-CR

 

2021AP1288-CR

 

2021AP1539-CR

2021AP1705-CR

2021AP1818-CR

2021AP1881

2021AP1936-CR

 

 

2021AP2126-CR

2021AP2130-CR

 

2022AP16-CR

2022AP118-CR

2022AP357-CR

2022AP444-CR

2022AP449-CR

2022AP638-CR

2022AP744-CR

2022AP809-CR

2022AP678-CR

2023AP172-W

2023AP1256-W

State v. Wilke

 

State v. Phillips

State v. Socha [Justice Rebecca Frank Dallet dissents; Justice Janet C. Protasiewicz did not participate]

State v. Fluker

State v. Gilmer [Justice Janet C. Protasiewicz did not participate]

State v. Brown

State v. Tung

State v. Randhawa

Hodges v. Chernin

 

State v. Anderson [Justice Janet C. Protasiewicz did not participate]

 

State v. Hulbert

 

State v. Warren

State v. Handel

State v. Gates

State v. Miller

State v. Booker

State v. Moore

State v. Williams

State v. Wilks

State v. Brooks

Luckett v. Noble

Grady v. Fuchs [Writ of Habeas Corpus]

   
   
Outagamie County  
2022AP223-CR

2022AP224-CR

2022AP225-CR

2022AP226-CR

 

2023AP145-CRLV

State v. Dorton

 

 

State v. Dunay

 
Ozaukee County  
2021AP957-CR State v. Socha [Justice Rebecca Frank Dallet dissents; Justice Janet C. Protasiewicz did not participate]
   
Racine County  
2021AP294-CR State v. Gray
2022AP383 State v. Brown
 
Rock County  
2022AP511 State v. Humphrey
   
Sauk County  
2022AP365 McGhee v. McGhee
 

Sheboygan County

 
2022AP1587-CR State v. Baker
   
Vernon County

2021AP161-CR

 

State v. Peterson

 
Vilas County
2022AP720 Meessmann v. Town of Presque Isle [Justice Rebecca Grassl Bradley dissents]
 
Walworth County  
2021AP1210-CR

2023AP1424-W

State v. Leblanc

Gardipee v. Circuit Court of Walworth County [Supervisory Writ]

   
Waukesha County

2021AP726-CR

 

2022AP1555-CR

 

2022AP1628-CR

 

State v. Bayerl

 

State v. Kahle

 

State v. Moon

 
Waushara County
2023AP659-W

2023AP1406-W

Morris v. Christensen

Hurtado v. Wisconsin [Writ of Habeas Corpus]

 
 

Winnebago County

2021AP1104-CRNM

2022AP411-CR

2022AP2078

2023AP858

State v. Hall

State v. Jones

Winnebago County v. T.G.

State v. Meyers [Petition to Bypass]

This story originally published at 10 a.m. CST on December 5. This story was updated on December 6 at 12:19 p.m. CST after the State Supreme Court notified the Wisconsin Law Journal that the original case information provided required a correction.

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