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00-1429 Morrell v. Mock, et al.

“[W]e must balance the nature of the private interests at stake, the risk of harm from erroneous deprivations, and the government’s interests affected… We believe that the same considerations underlying the recognition of a parent’s due process right to pre-deprivation ...

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00-1354 McCoy v. Gilbert, et al.

“McCoy had notice of the new rule, and his reliance interests have not been unduly trammeled. We see no manifest injustice in telling a prisoner on a going-forward basis that he must work through and exhaust the administrative processes available ...

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01-0154 Shoemaker v. KraftMaid Cabinetry Inc.

Susan Shoemaker appeals the circuit court’s order granting KraftMaid Cabinetry, Inc.’s motion to dismiss and the court’s judgment entered in favor of KraftMaid for costs. For the following reasons, we affirm. This opinion will not be published. Dist IV, Rock ...

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00-2409 Fulghum v. General Motors Corporation

Robert H. Scheer and Susanne M. Fulghum appeal from a judgment entered on a jury verdict dismissing their products liability claim against the General Motors Corporation. They filed this claim after Scheer’s 1994 GMC Jimmy sports utility vehicle rolled over ...

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00-1231 Town of Beloit v. County of Rock

“Moreover, a review of statutory law leads us to conclude that the legislature has considered and approved of municipal bodies acting in the dual role of subdivider and reviewing authority. … Finally, affidavits submitted by the Town indicate that it ...

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00-3148-CR State v. Zei

Matthew Zei appeals a judgment convicting him of theft by a contractor and an order denying his postconviction motion. Zei argues that his trial counsel was ineffective because he urged Zei not to testify and that this court should grant ...

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00-2476 Gasper, a minor v. Parbs

“Wisconsin Stat. sec. 174.02(1)(b) provides double damages when the owner of an injury-causing dog was ‘notified or knew that the dog previously injured or caused injury to a person, livestock or property.’ This language is plain and unambiguous. If construed ...

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00-3418-CR State v. White

Jeffrey White appeals from the judgment of conviction entered against him. The issue on appeal is whether White should have been allowed to withdraw his plea prior to sentencing. Because we conclude that the circuit court properly denied White’s motion ...

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01-0480-CR State v. Minniecheske

Donald Minniecheske appeals pro se from an order denying his Wis. Stat. sec. 974.06 motion seeking postconviction relief. Because Minniecheske failed to provide a sufficient reason explaining why he did not raise the issues in his original postconviction motion or ...

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01-0331-CR, 01-1405-CR State v. Johnson

Sarah Johnson appeals from a judgment convicting her of first-degree intentional homicide, party to a crime, and an order denying her postconviction relief. The trial court sentenced her to life in prison with a parole eligibility date twenty-eight years from ...

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01-2097 U.S. v. Rogers

“The Anarchist’s Cookbook also was introduced at trial. The prosecutor treated its title as significant and read the jury some passages in addition to those about building silencers. Rogers’s trial lawyer did not object, but on appeal Rogers contends that ...

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00-3257 State v. Vanmanivong

However, we affirm the three convictions which were unrelated to the informants’ identification. “The trial court had no authority under sec. 905.10(3)(b) to seek, ex parte, additional clarification from law enforcement. When the trial court found that the affidavits were ...

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