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01-3465-CR State v. Williams

Keyonta T. Williams appeals from a judgment of conviction of party to the crime of armed robbery and from an order denying his postconviction motion alleging that trial counsel was ineffective. He argues that trial counsel was ineffective because after ...

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02-1017 County of Dane v. Moore

John W. Moore appeals a judgment of the circuit court convicting him of disorderly conduct contrary to Madison General Ordinance sec. 32.03. Moore argues that his conviction should be reversed or his case remanded for a new trial on the ...

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02-1221 Young v. Walls

“Young cannot count backward. He does not know which direction is ‘east’ and thus cannot tell where the sun appears. Asked to name the Presidents since 1950, he answered ‘Washington’ and ‘Lincoln.’ He knows that winter means cold and snow ...

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02-0473 Fox v. Kalberg

This is a review of trial court orders denying a motion to vacate a default judgment in a small claims case and a motion to reconsider. The plaintiffs, Clayton Fox and Sarah Sturino Fox, were pro se, and the defendants, ...

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02-0700-CR State v. Rose

Jon Rose appeals from a judgment of conviction for operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of an intoxicant (OMVWI), second offense. Rose contends the circuit court erred in denying his motions to suppress evidence. He argues that Wisconsin’s ...

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01-1273 U.S. v. Barlow

“And although statistics alone rarely establish an equal protection violation, they may be sufficient to establish the discriminatory effect prong of the Armstrong test. Chavez, 251 F.3d at 640. But such statistics must be relevant and reliable, id., and the ...

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02-1364-CR State v. Hepler

Katherine Hepler appeals from a judgment of conviction for operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of an intoxicant (OMVWI), second offense. Hepler contends the circuit court erred in denying her motions to suppress evidence. She argues that Wisconsin’s ...

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01-2948 Carter v. U.S.

“A motion that is functionally a section 2255 motion is a section 2255 motion for purposes of AEDPA. Therefore, its denial, formally at least, blocks a second such motion, unless as in Henderson itself, where the appeal was from the ...

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02-1586 U.S. v. Xavier

“In refusing to apply [U.S.S.G. 2A6.1(b)(4)], the sentencing judge noted that at the time he made the threat to Officer Lowery, Xavier was ‘no longer agitated and shouting.’ The judge noted Officer Lowery’s testimony that Xavier ‘was laying on the ...

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02-1336 U.S. v. Griffin

“Since Griffin’s statement went beyond a mere denial of his involvement to craft out of whole cloth the identity of a fictional person in an attempt to mislead police, the government argues that the statement oversteps the boundaries of the ...

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02-0299 Rubrich, et al. v. Piotruszewicz, et al.

Paul J. Piotruszewicz appeals from the order for summary judgment dismissing his third-party claim against Badger Mutual Insurance Company. He argues that the circuit court erred in concluding that the pay-and-walk provision of his Badger Mutual policy was enforceable and ...

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02-0812 State ex rel. Savage v. Schwarz

Joseph Savage appeals an order affirming his probation revocation and quashing his writ of certiorari. The Department of Corrections began proceedings to revoke Savage’s probation after he violated several conditions. At Savage’s revocation hearing, the administrative law judge (ALJ) found ...

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02-1117-CR State v. Veeser

Marjorie Veeser appeals the trial court’s order denying her motion to suppress evidence. Veeser contends the court should have suppressed what officers obtained regarding the living conditions in her home because she claims the first officer’s entrance violated her Fourth ...

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00-0361 Schultz v. Natwick, M.D.

“While the plaintiffs would have the court focus on the premiums, fees, and assessments charged by PIC and the Fund, the Neiman decision assessed private interests by focusing on the fact that insurers and insureds had a right to have ...

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02-0723 Peterson v. Buie

Ray A. Peterson, d/b/a Master Builders, appeals an order of the circuit court dismissing his complaint seeking to evict Regina Buie. Peterson argues that he gave Buie a valid five-day notice as required by Wis. Stat. sec. 704.17(2)(a), and that ...

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02-0195 State v. Tackett

Timothy G. Tackett has appealed from an order denying his motion for 102 days of sentence credit for the time he spent on electronic monitoring from Nov. 22, 1999, through Jan. 14, 2000, and from January 28, 2000, through March ...

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00-1635 State ex rel. Tate v. Schwarz

Accordingly, revocation of defendant’s probation for refusing to admit to his crime of conviction under these circumstances violated his Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination. Further, we reject the Court of Appeals’ conclusion that defendant had waived any Fifth Amendment challenge ...

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02-1303-CR State v. Clark

Jeremy Clark, a prison inmate, appeals a judgment convicting him of second-degree sexual assault as a repeater. He argues that the State failed to present sufficient evidence to establish that he intentionally touched a female guard’s groin through her clothing ...

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