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Abuse of Discretion – Hearsay Evidence

After sliding off the road on a snowy night, Lola Chang and Ey Lao were arrested after a police officer, originally approaching the car to check on their safety, grew suspicious and a search eventually turned up evidence of drugs and weapons.

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Sufficiency of Evidence

On March 22, 2009, a jury found Luis Villavicencio‐Serna guilty of first‐degree murder of Armando Huerta Jr. Scant physical evidence linked him to the charge.

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Insurance Claim – Policy Limits

Plaintiff Cody Christopherson has appealed from a grant of summary judgment in favor of his home insurance company, defendant American Strategic Insurance Corporation, known as ASI.

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Immigration – Stop-time Rule

Anyone who has applied for a passport, filed for Social Security benefits, or sought a license understands the government’s affinity for forms.

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Attorney Disciplinary Proceedings

The Court entered the following order on this date: On March 15, 2021, Attorney Laura Waite filed a request pursuant to SCR 22.34(11), for indefinite suspension of her license to practice law in this state due to her medical incapacity.

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Order Correcting Opinion

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that corrections were made to paragraphs 1 and 39 in the above-captioned opinion which was released on April 29, 2021.

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Appellate Jurisdiction

Approximately nine years after Janelle Casey and Mark Schimke divorced, Casey petitioned for a constructive trust, alleging that Schimke had failed to make required financial disclosures under WIS. STAT. § 767.127 (2019-20) at the time of divorce.

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Probable Cause – Unlawful Entry

Brady appeals from a delinquency order and the denial of his motion to suppress evidence obtained following law enforcement officers’ warrantless entry into his apartment.

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Sentence Modification

Adamm Linton appeals the circuit court’s denial of his motion requesting sentence modification on the basis that Miller v. Alabama, 567 U.S. 460 (2012), represents a change in the law applicable to sentencing juveniles and is a new factor entitling him to sentence modification.

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