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01-0402 Celebration Excursions Inc. v. Azar

Marsha Azar appeals from a judgment and an order entered after the trial court granted Celebration Excursions, Inc.’s motion for default judgment. Azar contends the trial court erred because: (1) the complaint was insufficient to support the default judgment; and ...

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00-3446-CR State v. Myartt

Larry Woodrow Myartt appeals from a judgment entered after a jury found him guilty of one count of robbery with use of force. He claims that the trial court erred when it denied his motion to suppress based on an ...

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00-3202-CR State v. John

John Robert John appeals his amended judgment of conviction for burglary, party to a crime, requiring him to pay restitution in the amount of $27,980. He also appeals an order denying his motion to enjoin the entry of the restitution ...

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01-1192-CR State v. Flores

Gilberto Flores, pro se, appeals from an order dated April 13, 2001, denying his post-conviction motion for sentence credit for one month and 26 days of earned good time credit. Flores contends that the trial court erred in applying Wis. ...

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01-1474-CR State v. Merkes

Karla R. Merkes appeals a judgment of conviction for causing injury by operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of an intoxicant. She contends the trial court erred in concluding that the officer had probable cause to arrest her. ...

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01-1202 U.S. v. Frykholm,

“The district court did not deny her responsibility based solely upon the fact that she told the probation officer that she had never done anything wrong. The district court instead declined to give Frykholm the bargain-rate sentencing discount because she ...

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01-1427-CR State v. Zitlow

Gabriel Zitlow appeals his conviction for possession of marijuana as a party to the crime. He contends that the trial court erred by denying his motion to suppress evidence because the arresting officer lacked probable cause to conduct a warrantless ...

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00-2489-CR State v. Smith

Ollie Smith appeals from a judgment convicting him of possession of more than 100 grams of cocaine with intent to deliver, within 1,000 feet of a park, as a repeater. Smith argues that the police illegally expanded the scope of ...

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00-0795 State v. Navarro

“We agree with the State that Navarro’s allegations could have been considerably more specific, for instance, by identifying specific past incidents involving the correctional officer of which Navarro was aware, or by providing the names of inmates allegedly abused by ...

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00-1821 State v. Gribble

“It is not the prospective jurors’ ‘first introduction to the substantive factual and legal issues in a case.’ [Citation]. And, since the questions are not directed at eliciting information on prospective jurors’ backgrounds, or any other information that might reveal ...

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00-3084, 00-3085 State v. Tulley

And, even assuming, arguendo, that trial counsel’s performance was deficient, that deficiency was not prejudicial and defendant was not, therefore, denied effective assistance of counsel. Judgments and order affirmed. Recommended for publication in the official reports. Dist IV, Vernon County, ...

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00-3173 State v. Zimmerman

“Thus, this language unambiguously articulates categories of custodians whose control over parolees and probationers constitutes actual custody, namely: an institution, peace officer or guard. None of the categories includes probation or parole agents. This has been the implicit understanding of ...

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00-3959 Alvarado v. Litscher, et al.

“[I]t is not unreasonable to assume that in 1998-99, five years after the decision in [Helling v. McKinney, 509 U.S. 25 (1993)], prison officials knew or should have known that even though Alvarado was housed with a non-smoking cellmate on ...

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00-3088 Bohrer v. City of Milwaukee

This is because plaintiff’s game satisfies all seven provisions of the exemption, including, for example, that no purchase be necessary, that all prizes are randomly awarded, and the sponsor does not misrepresent a participant’s chances of winning any prize. “The ...

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01-0463 State v. Williams

“The questioning occurred after 2:30 in the morning on the shoulder of a rural interstate highway. Williams was standing outside his vehicle, facing the flashing emergency lights. These are not the kind of circumstances in which a citizen would feel ...

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