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Tag Archives: Subject matter jurisdiction

2010AP1542 State v. Burkart

Criminal Procedure Personal jurisdiction; subject matter jurisdiction Kray Burkart, pro se, appeals a default judgment, convicting him of forfeiture harassment. Burkart alleges the circuit court lacked subject matter and personal jurisdiction, and the complaint violated his constitutional rights. We affirm. This opinion will not be published. 2010AP1542 State v. Burkart Dist III, Marathon County, Brady, J., Brunner, J. Attorneys: For ...

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2008AP2587 & 2009AP739 Dustardy H. v. Bethany H.

Civil Procedure Legal errors; subject matter jurisdiction A court’s subject matter jurisdiction is not affected by its errors of law. “Wisconsin’s artificial insemination statute creates a presumption that a husband whose wife is artificially inseminated with semen donated by another man is the ‘natural father’ of the child. Wis. Stat. § 891.40(1). For obvious reasons, a same-sex partner of the ...

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10-CV 932 Landmark Credit Union v. Doberstein

Civil Procedure Subject matter jurisdiction; CFAA Merely accessing and disseminating information from a protected computer does not suffice to create a cause of action under the Computer Fraud Abuse Act. “[T]here are several fatal flaws with the core of the federal claim, the allegation that Doberstein ‘intentionally accessed a protected computer without authorization’ and ‘recklessly cause[d] damage.’ First, the term ...

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2010AP540, 2010AP541 State v. Derksen

Motor Vehicles Subject matter jurisdiction Roy Derksen was cited for improperly transporting a building on a highway, contrary to Wis. Stat. § 346.924 (2007-08), operating a motor vehicle with an overall height in excess of 13 1/2 feet without a permit, contrary to Wis. Stat. § 348.06(1), and operating a vehicle having a total width in excess of 8 1/2 ...

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