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99-1994 Nevada v. Hicks

“Tribal courts, it should be clear, cannot be courts of general jurisdiction in this sense, for a tribe’s inherent adjudicative jurisdiction over nonmembers is at most only as broad as its legislative jurisdiction. … It is true that some statutes ...

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00-1870-CR State v. Ball

Barry L. Ball appeals from a judgment convicting him of disorderly conduct, in which the trial court ordered him to make restitution to a prison worker who was injured while attempting to break up a fight between Ball and another ...

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00-1910 State v. Williams

Shulbert Z. Williams, pro se, appeals from an order denying his Wis. Stat. sec. 974.06 (1999-2000) motion for postconviction relief. He argues that postconviction counsel was ineffective for failing to pursue the ineffective assistance of trial counsel. We affirm. This ...

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00-121 Duncan v. Walker

“Section 2244(d)(2) … employs the word ‘State,’ but not the word ‘Federal,’ as a modifier for ‘review.’ It is well settled that ‘ ‘[w]here Congress includes particular language in one section of a statute but omits it in another section ...

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00-1829-CR State v. David G.K.

David G.K. appeals from a judgment of conviction for sexual assault of a child and incest, and from an order denying postconviction relief. The issue on appeal is whether the prosecutor breached the plea agreement. We conclude that the prosecutor ...

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00-2031 Nekoosa Papers Inc. v. Magnum Timber Corporation, et al.

This is an appeal from a declaratory judgment in which the trial court determined that an agreement between Nekoosa Papers Inc., and Johnson Timber Corporation, Bayside Timber Corporation, and Magnum Timber Corporation (hereinafter “Johnson Timber”) was unambiguous, permitting the agreement ...

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00-2136-CR State v. Ransom

Sebastian C. Ransom appeals from a judgment of conviction for possession of cocaine with intent to deliver and from an order denying his motion for postconviction relief. On appeal, Ransom asserts that he should be allowed to withdraw his no ...

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00-2459-CR State v. Luedke

Daniel Luedke appeals from a judgment convicting him of two counts of felony impersonating a peace officer and from an order denying his motion for postconviction relief. Luedke argues that his guilty plea was not knowingly, intelligently, and voluntarily entered. ...

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01-0562-FT Parenteau v. Labor and Industry Review Commission, et al.

Worker’s compensation; credible and substantial evidence D & G Trucking, its insurer and the Labor and Industry Review Commission appeal an order that reverses the commission’s decision denying worker’s compensation benefits to Joseph Parenteau. They argue that credible and substantial ...

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00-3101-CR, 00-3102-CR State v. Sackatook

Frank Sackatook, Jr., appeals judgments convicting him of first-degree sexual assault of a child and burglary. He also appeals an order denying his motion to withdraw his no contest pleas. We conclude that the trial court properly denied the motion ...

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00-2349 Brown v. Illinois Central Railroad Company

“[A] bright-line rule that the RLA does not preclude claims brought under other federal statutes cannot be reconciled with the requirement that when conducting a preclusion inquiry a court must examine each federal statute to determine the effect that Congress ...

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00-1027 In Re the Marriage of: Kuper v. Kuper

Petitioner Leslie L. Kuper appeals from a court order finding her liable to her ex-husband, respondent Craig A. Kuper, for $40,184, representing back taxes, interest, and penalties assessed against Craig by the state and federal governments. Leslie also contends that ...

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01-0102-CR State v. Vue

Pha Vue appeals his judgment of conviction for two counts of attempted first-degree intentional homicide. Vue argues the trial court erred as a matter of law by: (1) determining that Vue’s statement was admissible even though it was taken after ...

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00-3661 Kadas v. MCI Systemhouse Corp.

“[A]ll three of the riffed employees were at least 40. But only five of the 32 employees in the department were under 40, which means that, assuming the choice of employees to riff was random, there was a 59 percent ...

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00-2669 Friedman, et al. v. Stueber, et al.

David Friedman appeals a summary judgment dismissing his insurer, USAA Casualty Insurance Co. He contends that his USAA uninsured and underinsured motorist policy covers his injuries because they were caused by an accident. Alternatively, Friedman argues that summary judgment should ...

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00-2304-CR State v. Porter

Crystal Porter appeals from a judgment of conviction entered on her guilty plea to keeping or maintaining a drug house, and from an order denying her request for postconviction relief. Porter claims: (1) she did not voluntarily consent to the ...

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00-2104 Sevcik, et al. v. Secura Insurance Company

This is a wrongful death action arising out of an automobile accident in which Sally Peters was killed and her son, Justin, was severely injured. Mary Sevcik, as personal representative of the Estate of Sally Peters, and Justin, by his ...

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00-2891-CR State v. Jensen

Jon Jensen appeals a judgment sentencing him to ten years in prison for burglary and an order denying his motion to reduce the sentence. He argues that the trial court did not adequately explain its reasons for imposing the maximum ...

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00-3595, 00-3861 Multi-Ad Services, Inc. v. NLRB

“Substantial evidence supports the Board’s conclusion that management coercively interrogated Mr. Steele on August 16. The closed-door meeting was conducted in a manager’s office by Heathcoat and Ireland, two people who had authority to fire Mr. Steele. The two managers ...

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00-0490-CR, 00-0491-CR State v. LaRoche

In this consolidated appeal, Leonard J. LaRoche appeals from judgments and an order sentencing him to prison on four counts of failure to pay child support following probation revocation proceedings. He argues that his probation in 94 CF 201 expired ...

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99-2828 & 99-3049 U.S. Can Company v. NLRB

“A direct offset would permit the employer to appropriate a portion of the employee’s own economic-benefits package. Deterrence would be reduced, and the employee would be worse off to boot. U.S. Can therefore is wrong to say that it is ...

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00-2196-CR State v. Worby

Lee D. Worby appeals from a judgment of conviction for child abuse and an order denying his sentence modification motion. The issue on appeal is whether a “neutral and detached magistrate” sentenced Worby. We conclude that Worby’s sentence was free ...

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