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01-2621 Schwister v. Schoenecker

“To trigger the 90-day time period in the present case the defendant was obliged to serve his brothers as nonparties. Serving his brothers was necessary to reasonably protect their interests and the interests of the decedent when no personal representative ...

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02-0756 In Re the Marriage of: Picha v. Picha

Gary Picha appeals an order directing him to pay child support arrearages. The issues are whether the court made an improper retroactive revision of his support obligation, and whether support should have been calculated based on his income as determined ...

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02-2964 Nwaokolo v. INS

“The INS offers no reason why Victoria, a United States citizen with a fundamental right to be in this country, see Schneider v. Rusk, 377 U.S. 163, 167 (1964), should be entitled to any less consideration from the BIA or ...

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02-2312 Johansen v. Barnhart

“Johansen challenges the ALJ’s finding that he retained the mental RFC to perform repetitive, low-stress work. The problem with the ALJ’s decision, according to Johansen, is that it does not mention VE Goldsmith’s testimony that an individual could not perform ...

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02-2285 Krzalic v. Republic Title Co.

“On the plaintiffs’ and HUD’s view, section 8(b) forbids a lender or closing agent to reprice any of the charges that it has incurred and is passing on to the borrower. This would make sense if RESPA were a public-utility ...

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02-2068 U.S. v. Jones

“In United States v. Smith, we approved the sentencing court’s consideration of the offender’s use of a firearm to shoot and kill a fellow partygoer when it sentenced that offender for illegally possessing the firearm as a felon. 5 F.3d ...

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02-0679-CR State v. Juber

Michael Ray Juber appeals from the judgment of conviction entered against him and the order denying his motion for postconviction relief. The issue on appeal is whether the circuit court properly denied his motion to withdraw his plea, whether he ...

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02-1625 Village of Fontana v. Zais

Lynn M. Zais appeals from her conviction for operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated (OWI) on grounds that the trial court erred in denying her motion to suppress evidence. Wisconsin Stat. § 343.303 allows officers to use the results of ...

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01-2621 Schwister v. Schoenecker (58346)

“To trigger the 90-day time period in the present case the defendant was obliged to serve his brothers as nonparties. Serving his brothers was necessary to reasonably protect their interests and the interests of the decedent when no personal representative ...

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02-1237-CR State v. Hyland

Dennis Hyland appeals the judgment of conviction for operating a motor vehicle (OWI) while under the influence of an intoxicant, third offense. He contends the trial court erroneously denied his motion to dismiss the charge on the ground that his ...

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Court considers insurance coverage

“The timing of these events is significant as upon completion of the medical studies, the coverage under the conditional insurance agreement would have come into effect subject only to the condition of insurability.” Paul J. Pytlik, Hills Legal Group Ltd. ...

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02-0902 Town of Cedarburg v. Shewczyk

“Moreover, Wis. Stat. § 62.23(7)(a) vests a municipality with the authority to enact ordinances, resolutions or regulations related to the location and use of buildings. The statute easily incorporates the granting or denial of conditional use permits. In fact, in ...

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02-1585-CR State v. Derks

Travis Derks appeals the judgment of conviction for operating while intoxicated in violation of Wis. Stat. sec. 346.63(1)(a). He contends the trial court erred in denying his motion to suppress evidence on the ground that the officer did not have ...

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02-1076-CR State v. Koenig

Although defendant contends that there is no adequate definition of ‘dating,’ we disagree because a recently enacted definition of “dating relationship” set out in Wis. Stat. sec. 813.12(1) provides that a ‘Dating relationship’ means a romantic or intimate social relationship ...

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02-1471-CR State v. Karnstein

Walter W. Karnstein pled no contest to appearing as a respondent to a harassment action and orally making two false statements while under oath. He also pled to disorderly conduct in sending e-mails to his former girlfriend which included nude ...

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