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01-1493-CR State v. Laufer

Donald Laufer appeals a judgment convicting him of fifth-offense operating while intoxicated (OWI). The issue is whether the trial court properly denied his collateral challenge to a prior OWI conviction used to enhance the charge. We affirm. This opinion will ...

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01-1500 State v. Dantzler

Jermaine V. Dantzler appeals from a judgment entered on a jury verdict convicting him of one count of first-degree reckless homicide. He also appeals from an order denying his postconviction motion. Dantzler claims that he is entitled to a new ...

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99-2189 State v. Dunlap

“In the present case, the acts that Dunlap seeks to admit are not even close to the type of act he is accused of committing. Dunlap is alleged to have committed an act of finger-to-vagina sexual contact with possible digital ...

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00-3027-CR State v. Sobish

Linda Sobish appeals a judgment convicting her of second-degree murder based on the death of an infant in her care over 20 years ago. The sole issue on appeal is whether the jury should have been instructed on the lesser-included ...

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99-3266 State v. Rizzo

Only if the circuit court determines on remand that the defendant was entitled to a psychological examination is a new trial necessary. “We agree with the court of appeals that Dr. Pucci’s testimony made the requisite comparison between D.F.’s behavior ...

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01-0064 Setunsky v. Gallagher, et al.

Karen and Todd Setunsky appeal a summary judgment dismissing their damages claim against Claim Management Services, Inc. (“CMS”), Ansul Incorporated, Grinnell Corporation Medical and Dental Plan, Tyco Laboratories, Inc. and Employee Benefit Trust (collectively “the managed care defendants”). The Setunskys ...

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01-2933-FT Barron County v. Buchner

Vicki Buchner appeals from an order denying her motion to suppress and a judgment convicting her of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of an intoxicant, and operating a motor vehicle with a prohibited alcohol concentration. Buchner claims ...

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00-853 Porter v. Nussle

In the prison environment, a specific incident may be symptomatic of a systemic problem, rather than aberrational. Nussle urges that his case could be placed in the isolated episode category, but he might equally urge that his complaint describes a ...

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01-1516 Jefferson County v. Marcelle

Jesse A. Marcelle appeals a judgment of the circuit court finding him guilty of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of an intoxicant and operating a motor vehicle with a prohibited alcohol concentration. Marcelle contends the court erred ...

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00-1853 Swierkiewicz v. Sorema N.A.

The McDonnell Douglas framework-which requires the plaintiff to show (1) membership in a protected group, (2) qualification for the job in question, (3) an adverse employment action, and (4) circumstances supporting an inference of discrimination-is an evidentiary standard, not a ...

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01-1492 City of Baraboo v. Ranum

Gary Ranum appeals a judgment of conviction for driving while under the influence of an intoxicant, first offense. He contends the trial court erroneously exercised its discretion in denying his request for a continuance of the trial so that he ...

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01-1319 Columbia County v. Kloostra

Gary Kloostra appeals a judgment convicting him of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of an intoxicant (OMVWI) in violation of a Columbia County ordinance. He claims the trial court erred in denying his motion to suppress evidence ...

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00-4239 Lesch v. Crown Cork & Seal Co.

Accounting is a profession (like many others) that has become increasingly computerized in recent years. The uncontroverted evidence in this record establishes that CT was moving toward a more computer-reliant system of accounting. There is also no question that Genutis’ ...

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01-2060 Champeau v. City of Milwaukee

“In reviewing the record, we conclude that the trial court’s findings of fact are not clearly erroneous. The testimony of an expert witness, Officer Wilcox, supports the trial court’s findings that these machines were not amusement devices, that they recorded ...

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01-1992 Radman v. Gustafson

Darlene Gustafson appeals a judgment dismissing her counterclaim and an order denying her motion for reconsideration. Gustafson sought rescission of her conveyance of Hap’s Landing Campground to her daughter and son-in-law, Heidi and Kevin Radman. Gustafson argues that the trial ...

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01-2561-CR State v. Skenandore

Douglas G. Skenandore appeals from a judgment of conviction for operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of an intoxicant (OWI), third offense, pursuant to Wis. Stat. secs. 346.63(1)(a) and 346.65(2)(c). On appeal, Skenandore argues that the trial court ...

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00-4048 Patterson v. Avery Dennison Corp.

“It is clear that Meyer was not similarly situated to Patterson because they reported to different supervisors and had different levels of experience and job responsibilities. The most significant fact distinguishing Patterson from Meyer is that, at the time of ...

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01-1495 Burton v. Fish

Michael Fish appeals from an order which enjoined him from having any contact with Ann Burton, her family, or her employers for a period of two years. He claims the order is invalid because he was given insufficient notice of ...

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