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00-4032 Moffat v. Broyles

“This is not to say that a prisoner must articulate legal arguments with the precision of a lawyer – though even lawyers need not do much more than hint at a federal theory. See Verdin v. O’Leary, 972 F.2d 1467 ...

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01-1993 State v. Miller

[See, for example, United States v. Place, 462 U.S. 696 (1983) and State v. Garcia, 195 Wis. 2d 68 (Ct. App. 1995)]. “Although Place’s actual holding specifically addressed only sniffs of luggage in an airport, the logic of Place-that dog ...

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01-2248-CR State v. Glass

Keith A. Glass appeals from the judgment of conviction entered after a jury convicted him of armed robbery, party to a crime. Glass claims: (1) because the photographic array used to identify him was impermissibly suggestive and unreliable under the ...

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01-0872 Elkins v. Schmeider

Michael S. Elkins appeals from an order of the circuit court dismissing his claim for alienation of affection against Shawn B. Schneider. On appeal, Elkins argues that the circuit court erred when it denied his requests for substitution of a ...

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01-1774 State v. Schmidt

Robert O. Schmidt appeals from an order denying his Wis. Stat. sec. 974.06 (1999-2000) motion. We affirm. This opinion will not be published. Dist II, Kenosha County, Schroeder, J., Per Curiam Attorneys: For Appellant: Kathleen M. Quinn, Milwaukee For Respondent: ...

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01-2918 Land Trust Management v. Williams

Land Trust Management appeals from the trial court’s order dismissing its eviction action because its trustee, who is not a lawyer, could not commence or prosecute an action on its behalf in small claims court. The respondents, Ron and Christine ...

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01-1625 State v. Thompson

Jeffrey L. Thompson appeals, pro se, an order of the trial court denying his motion for postconviction relief. We affirm. This opinion will not be published. Dist IV, Rock County, Roethe, J., Lundsten, J. Attorneys: For Appellant: Jeffrey L. Thompson, ...

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01-2616 Radtke v. Levin

In these consolidated small claims cases, Mathew E. Levin appeals from the judgments, following a bench trial, in favor of Shawn M. Radtke. Levin argues: (1) the trial court erred in denying his motion to change venue to Dodge County; ...

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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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01-2998 EEOC v. Board of Regents

“[T]he argument is, even though the EEOC would have the power to sue the states to remedy a pattern of intentional discrimination, the state retains immunity from this suit. If the individuals cannot sue, the EEOC should not be able ...

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00-0944 Yocherer v. Farmers Insurance Exchange

“An insured should not be required to proceed at the time of the accident under his or her underinsured motorist policy without any knowledge of the underlying tortfeasors’ liability or coverage or the insured’s own potential contributory negligence. For these ...

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