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00-3118-CR, 00-3119-CR State v. Skibba

Anthony Skibba appeals from a series of judgments convicting him of three counts of causing bodily injury by operation of a motor vehicle under the influence of intoxicants and three counts of failing to perform a duty upon striking an ...

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00-2167 Valenzuela v. U.S.

“Valenzuela alleges that his counsel was deficient because he did not call an expert witness to refute the government’s contention that the controlled substances at issue were crack cocaine rather than powder cocaine or another form of cocaine base. At ...

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00-3043 U.S. v. Spiller

“The government presented evidence that Spiller wrote the ledgers and that they were kept in his own bedroom, where he also kept crack equipment and proceeds. A party’s own statements offered against him are considered admissions by a party-opponent, and, ...

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00-2609 U.S. v. Booker

“Booker is correct that the government’s chemical evaluations identified the drugs generally as cocaine base and not as a specific type of cocaine. But we are aware of only two substances that are classified as cocaine base: crack cocaine and ...

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00-3221-CR, 00-3222-CR State v. Hood

Terrence Hood appeals from judgments convicting him on two armed robbery counts, three false imprisonment counts, and one count of auto theft. He also appeals from the order denying him postconviction relief. In exchange for certain concessions, Hood entered no ...

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00-4072 WICOR, Inc. v. U.S.

“We cannot think of any fundamental or economic objection to the restatement proposed by the gas company, which would eliminate any difference in taxation between a utility’s being forced by the regulators to reduce its rates and its being forced ...

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00-2068-CR State v. Giegler

Thomas Giegler appeals from a judgment of conviction on one count of burglary as a party to the crime and as a habitual criminal, and from an order denying his postconviction motion. The issues are whether his counsel was ineffective ...

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00-0258-CR State v. Johnson

Priest Johnson appeals a judgment convicting him of three counts of second-degree sexual assault of a child. He was convicted after a bench trial and sentenced, as amended, to prison terms totaling 20 years. On appeal he contends that: (1) ...

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00-2165 Larson v. Seidling, et al.

Four Star Properties, Bernard and Christine Seidling and Seidling Trust appeal those parts of a judgment requiring them to refund alleged overpayments made on a land contract. The trial court concluded the land contract was ambiguous as to the starting ...

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00-2446 Parrett v. Sudeta, et al.

Christopher Sudeta appeals a summary judgment dismissing his third-party complaint for contribution against Vilas County. Sudeta, who was sued because of an automobile collision, claimed that a deputy sheriff’s negligence contributed to cause the accident. The circuit court concluded the ...

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00-2550 Kasun v. Owens-Illinois Inc.

Stephen J. Kasun, Jr., and his wife, Edna Kasun, appeal from the judgment, following a jury trial, dismissing their action against Owens-Illinois, Inc., and from the circuit court’s denial of their postverdict motions. They present numerous arguments, all of which ...

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01-8016 Isaacs v. Sprint Corporation

“The certification order must be reversed, and not only because one-way intervention is forbidden. Fed. R. Civ. P. 23(c)(2)… The rule could not be clearer, and this is hardly a case in which class action treatment is obviously appropriate. Quite ...

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98-3736 Jackson v. Miller

“The transcript of Jackson’s March 27, 1975 sentencing hearing reflects that sentence was actually imposed at that time. At that initial hearing, the Judge stated, ‘[t]he Court … now sentences both defendants to not less than one (1) nor more ...

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00-3435 Reusch, et al. v. Roob

Mark W. Roob appeals from the trial court judgment awarding Duane P. Reusch, Laura K. Reusch, Karen M. Newton and Roger A. Newton (collectively, “the Reusches”) $38,368.16 for damages and costs, including attorney fees. Roob argues that the trial court ...

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00-3086 U.S. v. Anderson

“Mr. Anderson was an assistant branch manager at TCF, not an ordinary bank teller. In that position, Mr. Anderson had access to any account in the bank system. As a result, he had access to or authority over valuable things, ...

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00-3412 Kasieta v. Tennies

James and Reyne Kasieta appeal from an order dismissing their claim for adverse possession. The dispositive issue is whether the Kasietas proved that they adversely possessed the disputed property for the required 20 years. We conclude that they did not, ...

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00-3028 Brennan v. Gjerdingen Farms Inc.

Gjerdingen Farms appeals from a summary judgment granting Thomas and Jane Brennan’s claim for specific performance on a first option to buy land owned by Gjerdingen. Gjerdingen challenges both the determination that it had breached the first option contract and ...

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