Joseph L. Simek died in February 2013, leaving a will that bequeathed all of his remaining property to a trust.
Seehaver was charged with first-degree intentional homicide by use of a dangerous weapon, as an act of domestic abuse and as a repeater, for murdering his roommate.
Gary Cembrowski appeals an order of the circuit court granting summary judgment in favor of his sister, Susan A. Krueger, and dismissing his objections to the probate of their father’s will and his claim against their father’s estate.
On December 17, 2018, when her daughter, A.M.H. was eleven years old, M.S.H. contacted the Division of Milwaukee Child Protective Services and asked them to remove A.M.H. from her home.
Carroll appeals his judgment of conviction for first-degree reckless homicide with the use of a dangerous weapon, attempted armed robbery, and possession of a firearm by a felon.
Bye appeals judgments, entered upon his guilty and no-contest pleas, convicting him of fourth-degree sexual assault and intentionally contributing to the delinquency of a child—the second charge as a repeater.
Kurtzweil owns property in Sawyer County that is adjacent to a property known as Old Arrow Resort.
From January 1, 2008 through December 31, 2011, Becker sold “trailer type vehicles” to non-Wisconsin residents, who did not use the trailers in Wisconsin other than their removal from the state.
Moncel alleged that he had been injured by exposure to the chemical diacetyl in flavoring that had been supplied by Flavor Development to Midwest Roasters.
The 2003 Wis. Act 216 amended Chapter 218 to prohibit a motor vehicle wholesaler from engaging in business as a motor vehicle dealer “without a license therefor.”
Talyansky’s family founded Mid City Auto Salvage, the predecessor company to Midwest.
The State charged Navarro with first-degree intentional homicide and mayhem based on allegations that Navarro fatally attacked a co-worker with a circular saw.
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