In this termination of parental rights (“TPR”) action, the Douglas County Department of Health and Human Services (“the County”) filed a petition to terminate David’s parental rights to his son, Dylan, based on two grounds: continuing need of protection or services (“continuing CHIPS”), see WIS. STAT. § 48.415(2); and failure to assume parental responsibility, see § 48.415(6).
Donald Christopher appeals from an order denying his postconviction motion for plea withdrawal based upon claims of a defective plea colloquy and several instances of ineffective assistance of counsel.
A jury found Kelly Lagerstrom guilty of operating a motor vehicle with a prohibited alcohol concentration (PAC), as a first offense.
T.A.L. was committed to the care and custody of Jackson County under WIS. STAT. ch. 51.
Sean Dugan was stopped by an officer on suspicion of operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated.
Auto-Chlor System of the Mid-West, LLC, sued Doug Ehlert for breach of a noncompetition agreement.
Dale Ryant was injured while using exercise equipment in the fitness room in the apartment building where he was living.
Christopher Hookstead filed an adverse possession claim for title to a strip of land that separates his property from property held by Gary and Peri Beal.
Patrick S. Sweeney appeals a final order and judgment dismissing his claims against Frank Liquor Co. Inc., Fairview Ridge LLC, Fairview Ridge II LLC, Fairview Ridge III LLC, Joel Frank, Janna Frank, and Justin Frank.
J.C.S. appeals from an order of the circuit court for involuntary commitment pursuant to WIS. STAT. ch. 51 and also challenges an order for involuntary medication and treatment.
L.I. appeals the circuit court orders terminating her parental rights to her children, F.G. and R.G. L.I. argues that the court erroneously weighed the children’s harm from severing the relationship with their respective foster parents against the harm from severing the relationship with their mother.
A sentence under truth-in-sentencing (TIS) is a single sentence made up of two components: initial confinement (IC) and extended supervision (ES). State v. Volk, 2002 WI App 274, ¶28, 258 Wis. 2d 584, 654 N.W.2d 24.
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