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01-1334 City of Oconomowoc v. Verburgt

In this appeal, Christopher E. Verburgt raises several challenges to his conviction for drunk driving. First, he asserts that the videotape of the traffic stop does not demonstrate an observable basis for the suspicion that he was under the influence ...

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01-1564 U.S. v. Monteiro

“Mr. Monteiro cannot point to any specific abuse that might ensue from this special condition. In the absence of a more concrete objection on his part, we cannot say that the district court abused its discretion in allowing any law ...

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00-3514-CR State v. Taylor

Everton Taylor appeals from the judgment of conviction for possession of marijuana with intent to deliver, as a party to a crime, following a jury trial. He argues that the trial court erred in denying his suppression motion because: (1) ...

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00-2877 State v. Blue

The State appeals from a trial court order suppressing evidence resulting from an investigative stop of Kenneth Blue. A police officer approached Blue’s vehicle based on information obtained from an anonymous tip. During the approach, the officer observed suspicious behavior ...

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01-0695-CR State v. Barbosa

Agripino Barbosa appeals from three judgments of conviction and an order denying him postconviction relief. Barbosa argues that the trial court relied on inaccurate information in sentencing and therefore sentence modification is warranted. While inaccurate information was presented to the ...

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99-2431 Furnish v. SVI Systems, Inc.

“The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Regulations interpreting the ADA (‘ADA regulations’) describe major life activities as activities such as ‘caring for oneself, performing manual tasks, walking, seeing, hearing, speaking, breathing, learning, and working.’ 29 C.F.R. sec. 1630.2(i). While this list ...

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00-3365 Mattson, et al. v. Peterson

The Polk County Child Support Agency appeals from an order denying its motion to modify Roger Peterson’s child support obligation. The agency argues that the trial court erroneously exercised its discretion by denying its motion. Specifically, the agency contends that ...

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01-0071-CR State v. Jackson

Dwayne Jackson appeals an order denying his motion for resentencing. He argues that the trial court unreasonably drew an inference from his sporadic employment record that he supported himself by selling drugs and that this inference created a risk of ...

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01-1714-CR State v. Bauknecht

Martin Bauknecht appeals from his 12-year sentence and denial of his motion for postconviction relief on four counts of issuing worthless checks as a habitual criminal. The single issue on appeal is Bauknecht’s challenge to the circuit court’s exercise of ...

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00-2938 In Re: the Marriage of Zeka v. Zeka

Gary Zeka appeals his judgment of divorce, challenging the trial court’s decisions with respect to property division and the term of maintenance awarded to his former wife, Wendy Zeka. He also contends that the record fails to support the trial ...

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00-4025 Davis v. Ruby Foods, Inc.

“It is an abuse of discretion (the normal standard applied to decisions relating to the management of litigation, and the one by which dismissals for violation of Rule 8 arereviewed, Kittay v. Kornstein, 230 F.3d 531, 541 (2d Cir. 2000); ...

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00-2173 Richman v. Sheahan

“The policies articulated in our quasi- judicial immunity cases have less force when, as in this case, the challenged conduct is the manner in which the judge’s order is carried out, and not conduct specifically directed by a judge. Reading ...

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01-1501-FT Taff, et al. v. Town of Burke

Dennis Taff, Daniel Gartner and Mansion Realty appeal a summary judgment that dismissed their appeal from a special assessment levied against them by the Town of Burke for water mains installed along their respective properties in the Taff Subdivision. They ...

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00-1892 Mathis v. Phillips Chevrolet Inc.

“According to an offer of proof Phillips made just before the trial began, there were significant irregularities in Mathis’ applications at these other dealerships. In one case, when the dealership offered Mathis an interview, Mathis left and never returned. In ...

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00-2732 Mueller, et al. v. Kearns

Diana M. Kearns, pro se, appeals from a judgment entered after a bench trial. Kearns argues that the trial court erred when it: (1) denied her claim for an abatement of water run-off; (2) ordered her to asphalt a portion ...

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00-1603 Lalvani v. Cook County, Illinois

“While no reasonable jury could conclude on this record that Coleman’s decision to terminate Lalvani was motivated by Lalvani’s ethnicity or his having filed a discrimination complaint in 1989, there are other kinds of ’cause’ that are still relevant to ...

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01-1204-FT Jevic Enterprises Inc., et al. v. Schultz

Arlo and Loran Schultz appeal from a judgment granting injunctive relief to Jevic Enterprises Inc., and the Nevada Heights Homeowner’s Association, Inc. The court concluded that the Schultzes’ residence violated a restrictive covenant of the Nevada Heights Subdivision, and ordered ...

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