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State v. Williams

Nov 22, 2016

BENCH BLOG: Immunity for aid when there’s a drug overdose

The Court of Appeals examined immunity from prosecution for a person who aids someone who appears to be suffering from a drug overdose. In the process, the opinion in State v. Williams offered a raw glimpse into the drug subculture.

Oct 31, 2016

CRITIC’S CORNER: Wisconsin courts as ‘superlegislatures’

Wisconsin courts have a long history of acting as a “superlegislature” and ignoring — and even contradicting — the Legislature’s words when doing so benefits the state.

Jan 12, 2015

Wis. justices agree to review cases in light of Padilla

The state Supreme Court will take up two cases this term regarding the scope of defense counsel’s obligation to advise defendants of their likely risk of deportation in light of Padilla.

Jan 24, 2012

Court commissioners’ power up for debate

The power of court commissioners to issue search warrants, in addition to other authority granted with the position, is currently pending before the Wisconsin Supreme Court.

Mar 8, 2011

2010AP1028 State v. Williams

Criminal Procedure Successive appeals Lawrence Williams appeals pro se from an order denying his Wis. Stat. § 974.06 postconviction motion, from an order denying his motion for reconsideration, and from the underlying judgment of conviction. We conclude that Williams’s postconviction motion is procedurally barred because Williams fails to allege a sufficient reason for not previously […]

Feb 1, 2011

2010AP1266-CR State v. Williams

Criminal Procedure New trials; interest of justice Jevell M. Williams appeals the judgment entered after a jury convicted him of two counts of armed robbery, see Wis. Stat. § 943.32(2), and the order denying his motion for postconviction relief. Williams argues that: (1) he deserves a new trial in the interest of justice because he […]

Jan 11, 2011

2010AP98-CR State v. Williams

Search and Seizure Search warrants; staleness Demonn S. Williams appeals from a judgment of conviction entered upon his guilty pleas to two felonies. The issue is whether the circuit court erroneously denied his motion to suppress evidence found when police executed a search warrant at his home. Williams contends that the search warrant was invalid […]


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