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01-2690-CR State v. Jorgensen

Patty Jorgensen appeals a judgment of the circuit court finding her guilty of operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated, fourth offense. She also appeals an order denying her motion for postconviction relief. This opinion will not be published. Dist IV, ...

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01-3494-CR State v. Marshall

Christopher P. Marshall appeals from the judgment of conviction for operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of an intoxicant-third offense, following a jury trial. Seeking a new trial, he contends that “[t]he blood test results should have been ...

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01-0793 State ex rel. Schatz v. McCaughtry

“We conclude that Sahagian is controlling and that due process requires that Schatz have a meaningful opportunity to be heard prior to dismissal of his petition for certiorari review. As in Sahagian, we clarify that the opportunity to be heard ...

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01-0678 State v. Ewasiuk

John Ewasiuk appeals his conviction for speeding following a jury trial and the circuit court’s order denying his motion for a new trial. We conclude that the circuit court did not erroneously exercise its discretion in admitting into evidence a ...

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00-2841 State v. Robins

“We conclude that an attempted child enticement under Wis. Stat. sec. 948.07 (1999-2000) may be charged where the intervening extraneous factor that makes the offense an attempted rather than completed crime is the fact that unbeknownst to the defendant, the ...

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02-0527 State v. Gunderson

William Gunderson appeals an order denying his postconviction motion to vacate his misdemeanor conviction for violating a domestic abuse injunction. Gunderson argues that the circuit court should have required him to appear in person for sentencing rather than permitting him ...

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00-2769 Walker v. Benjamin, et al.

“Walker’s only evidence regarding Nurse Dunbar related to her persistent refusals to give him pain medication. On August 10, Walker complained to Nurse Dunbar that he was in great pain but she did not give him pain medication. Following his ...

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99-3271 State v. Noble

The Court of Appeals’ decision is reversed and defendant’s perjury conviction is reinstated. “The sole issue on review is whether testimony provided by Noble during the John Doe proceeding should be suppressed from her subsequent perjury prosecution based on the ...

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01-679 Gonzaga University v. Doe

There is no question that FERPA’s confidentiality provisions create no rights enforceable under sec. 1983. The provisions entirely lack the sort of individually focused rights-creating language that is critical. FERPA’s provisions speak only to the Secretary, directing that “[n]o funds ...

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01-1318 Fyrnetics Ltd. v. Quantum Group, Inc.

“With respect to FHK, the district court correctly explained that there are several ways that a non-signatory can be bound by a contract, such as through the doctrines of assumption, agency, equitable estoppel, veil piercing, and incorporation by reference. See ...

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00-3292-CR State v. Douangmala

Defendant is a native of Laos; defense counsel requested an interpreter but none was found; at the preliminary hearing defendant said he was having difficulty understanding the proceedings; at the plea hearing he said that he was understanding “not much” ...

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01-2781 Enea v. Linn, et al.

Even though Dr. Semler was not qualified to diagnose the child’s neurological injuries, Dr. Semler was qualified to testify about the cause of what the neonatologist identified as the child’s neurological damage. Wisconsin Stat. Rule 907.03. It would be readily ...

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01-682 Barnes v. Gorman

These sections are enforceable through private causes of action, whose remedies are coextensive with those available in a private action under Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. See sec. 203 of the ADA and sec. 505(a)(2) of ...

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01-2685-CR State v. Tiggs

John D. Tiggs, Jr. appeals from an order denying his motion to change a judgment of conviction to reflect his legal name, Akinbo Jihad Suru Hashim, rather than his given name. We hold that whether there is a positive right ...

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00-3091 O'Neal v. City of New Albany, et al.

“[T]he record demonstrates that Dr. Pope had concluded that O’Neal passed the baseline statewide medical examination, and the defendants knew it. Dr. Pope checked the ‘no’ box next to each baseline condition listed in O’Neal’s 1977 fund application and signed ...

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01-2126-CR State v. Konkol

Defendant was on trial for OWI; after the State rested, defendant asserted that he had consumed only one alcoholic drink at a local restaurant and therefore could not have had a blood alcohol concentration of .12. The prosecutor attempted to ...

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01-394 Christopher v. Harbury

Harbury’s complaint did not come even close to stating a constitutional denial-of-access claim upon which relief could be granted. It did not identify the underlying cause of action that the alleged disruption had compromised, leaving the District Court and the ...

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01-714 Utah v. Evans

Utah argues that the words “actual Enumeration” require the Census Bureau to seek out each individual and prohibit it from relying on imputation, but the Constitution’s text does not make the distinction that Utah seeks to draw. Rather, it uses ...

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