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01-2672-CR State v. Davis

Donald R. Davis appeals from a judgment of conviction after a jury found him guilty of one count of knowingly violating a domestic abuse injunction order. Davis also appeals from an order denying his postconviction motion. He claims that he ...

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01-2011 Morters v. Barr, et al.

Ronald and Shannon Morters appeal the order granting partial summary judgment, and a later judgment entered in the respondents’ favor. The Morters complain that the trial court: (1) erroneously exercised its discretion in consolidating their two cases; (2) erred in ...

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01-1144, 01-2069 State v. Bessert

James Bessert appeals from a forfeiture judgment of conviction for operating a motor vehicle with a prohibited alcohol concentration (PAC). Bessert challenges the trial court’s ruling denying his motion to suppress evidence of a blood test. We affirm the judgment. ...

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01-1449-CR State v. Lewis

Minko Lewis appeals from a judgment of conviction, following his guilty plea, for possession with intent to deliver cocaine, and from an order denying his motion for postconviction relief. He argues that the trial court erred in denying his motion ...

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01-2408 Kinko's Inc. v. Shuler, et al.

Craig Shuler, Robert Fenbert and Digicopy Inc. (collectively, Digicopy), appeal a summary judgment holding that Northern Insurance Company of New York did not have a duty to defend them in an action that Kinko’s Inc., brought against them. We conclude ...

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00-3118 Pleasureland Museum, Inc. v. Beutter, et al.

“We take note that stimulation of human genital organs forms part of medically-recognized therapeutic treatment for female sexual dysfunction. “Because certain therapeutic treatments for sexual dysfunction often necessarily entail the stimulation of the human genital organs, see, e.g., Handbook at ...

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01-0844 Xiong v. Xiong

“We conclude that under the unique circumstances of the case, including Mai’s and Nhia’s prior residence in a common-law marriage state, Mai’s status is one of spouse under Wis. Stat. § 895.04. … “Marriage is the ‘foundation of the family ...

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01-2132 Keller v. Sawyer

Charles and Barbara Keller appeal a judgment denying their adverse possession action against Paul Sawyer. The Kellers contend that they obtained title by adverse possession to (1) land under a corner of their cottage and (2) a portion of land ...

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01-2358-CR State v. Ruetten

The State appeals the order of the circuit court granting the motion of Natasha Ruetten to suppress evidence obtained in a search of her apartment pursuant to a search warrant. As a result of that evidence, Ruetten was charged with ...

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01-0844 Xiong v. Xiong (57017)

“We conclude that under the unique circumstances of the case, including Mai’s and Nhia’s prior residence in a common-law marriage state, Mai’s status is one of spouse under Wis. Stat. § 895.04. … “Marriage is the ‘foundation of the family ...

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00-3545 Johnson, et al. v. Ziegler

“We reject Johnson’s strained reading of the language at issue. By asserting its priority claim to proceeds recovered by a plan beneficiary, and by expressly disclaiming application of the ‘Made-Whole Doctrine’ and the ‘Rimes Doctrine,’ we fail to see how ...

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01-2275 Wenzel v. Peters, et al.

Curt and Dorothy Wenzel appeal from an order dismissing their personal injury claim against Kristy Peters and her insurer. The matter was tried to a jury. The trial court dismissed the complaint for insufficient evidence at the close of the ...

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01-0826 State v. Davison

“As defense counsel points out, Wis. Stat. § 939.66(2m) contains no language limiting its application to any particular provisions of the statutes or any types of batteries. Instead, the statute is applicable to the entire criminal code. Furthermore, the phrase ...

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01-1147 State v. Long

“We determine that the trial court admitted the evidence of gang ties on the reasonable basis that such affiliations might color the testimony of the various witnesses. We acknowledge Long’s concern that evidence of a person’s gang ties may imply ...

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