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01-1417 State v. Daggett

“We conclude that the method used to take the blood sample was a reasonable one and was performed in a reasonable manner. At the outset, we reject Daggett’s assertion that blood draws must take place in a hospital setting in ...

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01-1267-CR State v. Wiskow

Cain Wiskow appeals a judgment convicting him of burglary to a dwelling as a repeater. He argues that the trial court erroneously denied his suppression motion because a warrantless search of his room violated his Fourth Amendment rights. Because Wiskow’s ...

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00-2230 U.S. v. Taylor

“In our case, the shooting was not related to the escape. It would have been related if, for instance, Taylor shot at an officer who was trying to catch him. Nor was the shooting part of an attempt to escape ...

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01-0504-CR State v. Herrera

Antonio Herrera, Jr., appeals a judgment convicting him of first-degree intentional homicide, armed robbery and burglary while armed as a party to the crimes. He argues that the trial court erroneously exercised its discretion when it denied his motion in ...

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00-3521, 00-3847 U.S. v. Brown

“Everyone pretty much knows what a panderer is – quaint language in a 70-year-old Kentucky case colorfully tells us that he is someone ‘who procures for another the gratification for his lusts. He is a panderer who solicits trade for ...

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01-1082-CR State v. Taylor

Davinne G. Taylor appeals from a judgment entered on a jury verdict convicting him of robbery with use of force, and from the trial court’s order denying, without an evidentiary hearing, his motion for postconviction relief. The Honorable Elsa C. ...

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01-0267 Marquardt v. Milwaukee County

“Marquardt argues that the County’s attorney acted in bad faith in advising the pension board to offset all his worker’s compensation benefits, including the 15% increase, and the pension board’s refusal to exempt his 15% increase in worker’s compensation benefits ...

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01-0716-CR State v. Ninham

Omer Ninham appeals a judgment convicting him of first-degree intentional homicide and physical abuse of a child. He also appeals an order denying his postconviction motion. He argues that the trial court erred when it sua sponte struck two members ...

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00-0043 Bruzas v. Quezada-Garcia

Accordingly, the certification from the Court of Appeals is dismissed as improvidently granted. On Certification from the Court of Appeals; Per Curiam Attorneys: For Appellant: Thomas M. Devine, JoAnne M. Breese-Jaeck, Racine For Respondent: Thomas H. Koch, Milwaukee

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01-2184 City of Sturgeon Bay v. Thenell

Ann Thenell appeals a judgment convicting her of failing to stop at a stop sign. The basic tenor of her principal argument is that the trial court erred when it found the arresting officer’s testimony more credible than Thenell’s. Because ...

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01-0825 Gojmerac v. Mahn

Accordingly, the dominant estate does not include Lots 6 and 7 of Block Two because a right of first refusal is not equal to an ownership interest and the owners of Lots 6 and 7 are not entitled to use ...

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01-0702 City of Whitewater v. Wyczawski

Jeffrey L. Wyczawski appeals from a judgment of conviction for operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of an intoxicant (OWI). Wyczawski argues that the results of his blood alcohol test should not have been admitted because (1) there ...

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01-0740 Racine County v. Cape, et al.

We agree with defendant that its operation of the modernized crusher system only increases the frequency, intensity and volume of its recycling capabilities and presents no identifiable change in use. We disagree with the county’s argument that an identifiable change ...

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01-1182 City of Clintonville v. Kuhn

Michael Kuhn appeals a judgment convicting him of operating a motor vehicle with a prohibited alcohol concentration, in violation of a city ordinance. He claims the trial court erred in denying his motion to suppress evidence of the result of ...

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99-2987 Peterson v. Midwest Security Ins. Co.

“Peterson … argues that the phrase ‘buildings, structures and improvements’ merely modifies ‘real property,’ so that a person who owns a building, structure or improvement but does not also own the underlying real property does not own ‘property’ within the ...

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01-1632-CR State v. Brazee

Corrine Brazee appeals her conviction for third offense operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of an intoxicant (OWI). She claims that the circuit court erred by rejecting her motion to suppress blood test results on the basis of ...

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00-1086 State v. Raflik

“Where there is no evidence of intentional or reckless misconduct on the part of law enforcement officers, a reconstructed warrant application may serve as a functional equivalent of the record of the original application. Such a reconstruction, when made appropriately, ...

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01-0498 State v. Reynolds

“While [the sentencing judge’s] comments were well-considered in many respects, they reflected no recognition of the trial testimony, the presentence investigation report, or [the trial judge’s] sentencing comments on the severity of the offense. That information was essential to a ...

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01-0267 Marquardt v. Milwaukee County (56254)

“Marquardt argues that the County’s attorney acted in bad faith in advising the pension board to offset all his worker’s compensation benefits, including the 15% increase, and the pension board’s refusal to exempt his 15% increase in worker’s compensation benefits ...

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01-0356-CR State v. Stewart

Robert Stewart, appealing pro se, raises numerous issues challenging his conviction, after a jury trial, for operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of an intoxicant (OWI), fourth offense. The State concedes that the trial court failed to conduct ...

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01-1934 Rendler v. Corus Bank

“Rendler requests this court to interpret the TILA as requiring a lender to provide a single document to a borrower, that reflects the total cost of a loan, regardless of the number or variety of loans that comprise a credit ...

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00-2965 Drilias v. Capital City Partnership

William Drilias appeals a summary judgment dismissing his breach of contract action against Capital City Partnership. The trial court concluded that Drilias lacked the capacity to sue on a contract between Capital City and Festival Events, Inc. (FEI), because FEI’s ...

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01-0281 State ex rel. Redding v. Schwarz

David Schwarz, Administrator of the Division of Hearings and Appeals, appeals an order reversing a probation revocation decision. The issue is whether that decision was reasonable and supported by substantial evidence. We affirm the trial court’s determination that it was ...

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