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01-1433-CR State v. Demars

Lorne T. Demars appeals a judgment convicting him of six counts of burglary as party to a crime, two counts as a repeater, contrary to Wis. Stat. §§ 943.10(1)(a), 939.05 and 939.62. Demars also appeals the denial of his postconviction ...

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00-1770 HUD v. Rucker

Congress’ decision not to impose any qualification in the statute, combined with its use of the term “any” to modify “drug-related criminal activity,” precludes any knowledge requirement. See United States v. Monsanto, 491 U.S. 600, 609. Because “any” has an ...

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01-1072-CR State v. Godschalx

Thomas Godschalx appeals from an August 2000 amended judgment of conviction following resentencing and from an April 2001 order denying his postconviction motion. On appeal, Godschalx challenges the sufficiency of the evidence to convict him of first-degree sexual assault of ...

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Hoffman Plastic Compounds, Inc. v. NLRB

Two years after Sure-Tan, Congress enacted IRCA, a comprehensive scheme that made combating the employment of illegal aliens in the United States central to the policy of immigration law. INS v. National Center for Immigrants’ Rights, Inc., 502 U.S. 183, ...

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01-3304, 01-3305, 01-3306, 01-3307, 01-3308 In re the Termination of Parental Rights to Bonniebel B., Dale B., Little Debra B., Montell E., Davion N.: State v. Deborah E., Michael B.

In these consolidated cases, Deborah E. and Michael B. appeal from the juvenile court order terminating their parental rights. The order terminated: Deborah’s parental rights to Bonnibel B., Dale B., Little Deborah B., Montell E., and Davion N.; Michael’s parental ...

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00-1937 Barnart v. Walton

The Agency’s reading of the term “inability” is reasonable. The statute requires both an “inability” to engage in any substantial gainful activity and an “impairment” providing “reason” for the “inability,” adding that the “impairment” must last or be expected to ...

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01-2573-CR State v. McAnulty

Jerry McAnulty appeals from his conviction for operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of an intoxicant, second offense. McAnulty argues that the officer did not have reasonable suspicion to stop his vehicle and therefore any evidence following the ...

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01-2367-CR State v. Cook

Christopher B. Cook appeals a judgment of the circuit court finding him guilty of operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated, second offense. More specifically, Cook contends the court erred in denying his motion to suppress evidence, which he alleged was ...

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01-1851 Town of Avon v. Oliver

“Oliver’s sport shooting range did not exist in 1995, when Wis. Stat. § 66.0409’s predecessor was first enacted. Thus § 66.0409(4)(c) plainly does permit enforcing a zoning ordinance that regulates his sport shooting range. Moreover, para. (4)(c) unambiguously expresses the ...

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01-1275-CR State v. Bartlett

The State of Wisconsin appeals an order of the circuit court granting Woodrow K. Bartlett’s motion to suppress evidence of his blood alcohol content based on a lack of reasonable suspicion to conduct a traffic stop. For the following reasons, ...

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01-2449 Murray v. Platt

Sandra Murray appeals the small claims judgment dismissing her claim for damages from Anne Platt. Because the appeal is untimely, this court dismisses this appeal. This opinion will not be published. Dist I, Milwaukee County, Cooper, J., Curley, J. Attorneys: ...

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01-2033-CR State v. Neuman

Jeffrey Neuman appeals an order which amended his judgment of conviction on a felony drug charge to provide additional presentence credit. The issue is whether the trial court properly computed his sentence credit. We reverse and remand for reconsideration on ...

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00-1797 Lane v. Sharp Packaging Systems, Inc.

“Lane’s status as a former director does not entitle him to access Niebler’s files regarding communications with Sharp. Wisconsin follows the entity rule, and accordingly, the lawyer-client privilege belongs to Sharp – Niebler’s client – and only Sharp can waive ...

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00-1751 World Wide Prosthetic Supply, Inc. v. Mikulsky

This is so because the phrase “actual loss” in the statute encompasses lost profits resulting from defendant’s distribution of defective products incorporating plaintiff’s trade secret. “Our interpretation of § 134.90(4)(a) does not result in unlimited consequential damages as Voyager asserts. ...

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01-1738 Peterson v. Tucker

Ray Peterson appeals a small claims judgment entered against him in favor of Teresa Tucker. He raises several claims of error. First, he claims the trial court erred in determining that he was not entitled to damages for Tucker’s breach ...

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00-1072 Edelman v. Lynchburg College

Although the verification provision is meant to forestall catchpenny claims of disgruntled but not necessarily aggrieved employees, Congress presumably did not mean to affect Title VII’s nature as a remedial scheme in which laypersons, rather than lawyers, are expected to ...

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01-1487 Pieczynski v. Town of Birchwood

Lawrence Pieczynski appeals a judgment upholding his 1999 property tax assessment. He argues that the Town lacked authority to reassess his property before the trial court rendered its order requiring reassessment. He also challenges the assessor’s methodology. We affirm the ...

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01-1884 Urman v. Barron, et al.

Kenneth Urman appeals orders and a judgment setting aside a jury verdict, ordering a new trial in the interest of justice and dismissing his claims against D & J Enterprises, Dale Jansen, the Outpost Bar, Capitol Indemnity Corporation and Brian ...

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