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01-0612 State v. Edwards

In State v. Flowers, 221 Wis.2d 20 (Ct. App. 1998), “the State failed to offer any evidence to prove that the defendant’s prior conviction fell within the five-year time limit of Wis. Stat. § 939.62. Thus, the State failed to ...

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00-3554-CR State v. Molzahn

Andrew Molzahn appeals from a judgment convicting him of first-degree reckless homicide with the use of a dangerous weapon. Molzahn also appeals from the trial court’s order denying his motion for postconviction relief. He argues that there was insufficient evidence ...

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00-2949 Kalan v. City of St. Francis

“[W]e have held that when a new party intervenes in a case proceeding before a magistrate judge by consent of the original parties, ‘[u]nless the latecomer, too, consents, the whole proceeding before the magistrate judge may be set at naught.’ ...

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01-1118 State v. Herman

Defendant maintained that suspension of his license was not warranted because he was not driving at the time of his offense and he needs his car for employment, further arguing that the court had discretion to suspend his license for ...

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01-1163-CR State v. Lowe

Mark Lowe appeals a judgment convicting him of several drug offenses. Lowe argues that because the arresting officer lacked probable cause to believe a crime had been committed, the trial court erroneously denied his suppression motion. Therefore, Lowe contends that ...

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01-1015 Rivera v. Grossinger Autoplex Inc.

“After reviewing the Addendum in its entirety, we are persuaded that a reasonable person could and would have readily perceived that acceptance of the GAP coverage offered by Grossinger was voluntary. The Addendum labels its provisions and uses capitalization to ...

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00-1834 Howard v. City of Springfield

“[I]f the City were able to use premium payments in the manner contemplated by the district court, the City would be the recipient of the windfall, and in fact would be placed in a substantially better position than if it ...

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00-2386-CR State v. Mora

Benjamin Mora appeals from a judgment convicting him of first-degree reckless homicide, two counts of first-degree recklessly endangering safety, and three counts of discharging a firearm from a vehicle. On appeal, he argues that the circuit court should have suppressed ...

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00-1057 U.S. v. Adkins

“Hummel was involved in one conspiracy to import large quantities of meth from California. That conspiracy lasted for several years, and Adkins’s involvement was limited to bringing the bulk drugs back and selling them to Tyner and Hummel. Adkins exercised ...

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01-0817-CR State v. Love

Lisimba Love appeals from an amended judgment of conviction entered on a jury verdict finding him guilty of armed robbery as a party to a crime and as a habitual criminal. He also appeals from an order denying his postconviction ...

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00-4160 U.S. v. Rivera

“Repeat sales, without more, simply do not place the participants’ actions into the realm of conspiracy … What it does show is a ‘series of spot dealings at arm’s length between dealers who have no interest in the success of ...

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00-2253 State v. Ford

Antonio Ford appeals from an order denying his petition for habeas corpus brought under State v. Knight, 168 Wis.2d 509, 484 N.W.2d 540 (1992). We affirm. This opinion will not be published. Dist IV, Dane County, Moeser, J., Per Curiam ...

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00-3012, 00-3228 U.S. v. Nubuor

“We need not address Salami’s contention that a government prosecutor’s statements may be admitted into evidence as a statement of a party opponent to conclude that, even under the most searching review, the district court’s ruling would amount to harmless ...

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01-0611 State v. Young-Cooper

Charles Young-Cooper appeals from the order denying his motion pursuant to Wis. Stat. Sec. 974.06 (1999-2000). The issue on appeal is whether Young-Cooper established a claim of ineffective assistance of counsel. We conclude that Young-Cooper could have raised the issue ...

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01-1673 U.S. v. Shutic

“We need not spend much time discussing Shutic’s argument because we recently addressed precisely the issue he raises. United States v. Sherman, No. 00-2961, 2001 WL 1205378 (7th Cir. Oct. 11, 2001). In Sherman we considered the same arguments as ...

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01-2035 State v. Ziebell

The sole issue on appeal is whether the circuit court erroneously exercised its discretion when it denied Patricia Ziebell’s motion to dismiss the charge for refusing to take a blood alcohol test after she pled guilty to the underlying charge ...

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01-2213 U.S. v. Mantas

“Given the evidence, the district court did not clearly err in finding that Mantas intended to sell all of the produce in the warehouse. Underlining this point were Mantas’ brazen attempts to sell adulterated meat after inspectors had red-tagged the ...

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01-1771-CR State v. Kahl

Randy Kahl appeals from a judgment of conviction for operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated in violation of Wis. Stat. § 346.63(1)(a), second offense. Kahl challenges the denial of his motion to suppress the results of a chemical test of ...

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01-0311 State ex rel. Beyer v. Puckett

Bernard Beyer appeals the circuit court’s order quashing his writ of certiorari and dismissing his petition. Beyer argues that Stephen Puckett, the Director of the Bureau of Offender Classification and Movement, improperly denied his request to change his security classification. ...

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00-1260 U.S. v. Knights

The warrantless search of Knights, supported by reasonable suspicion and authorized by a probation condition, satisfied the Fourth Amendment. As nothing in Knights’ probation condition limits searches to those with a “probationary” purpose, the question here is whether the Fourth ...

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01-1252 State v. Frank

“We conclude that the trial court’s ruling, that other acts evidence would be admissible, did not require Frank to enter into the Wallerman stipulation. However, by entering into the stipulation and rendering the other acts evidence inadmissible, Frank waived his ...

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