Daniel Lewer appeals from a judgment convicting him of operating while intoxicated (7th, 8th or 9th offense) and from a circuit court order denying his postconviction motion alleging plain error relating to the jury instruction for “operating” and ineffective assistance of trial counsel.
K.B.W. appeals from a circuit court order requiring him to comply with juvenile sex offender registration requirements for a period of fifteen years.
Randy Promer appeals a judgment convicting him of one count of operating a motor vehicle with a detectable amount of a restricted controlled substance in his blood, as a seventh offense, and one count of possession of methamphetamine.
Katherine Baumel sued Michael Frear, Kari Frear, and Deer Tail Lodge, LLC (collectively, “the Lodge”), along with the Lodge’s insurer, after she tripped and fell on the Lodge’s property.
Shayne Trudelle appeals a judgment of conviction, following a jury trial, of multiple crimes.
Mychael Hatcher appeals from the denial of his WIS. STAT. § 974.06 (2019-20), postconviction motion.
Mark Miller appeals from a judgment of conviction for fifth-offense operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated (OWI), and from the denial of his reconsideration motion.
Darci Meeuwsen, pro se, appeals postdivorce orders regarding property division.
In April 2020, the circuit court ordered P.P. to be subject to an involuntary mental health commitment and an involuntary medication or treatment order pursuant to WIS. STAT. ch. 51. P.P. challenges only the involuntary medication or treatment order, arguing that the evidence was insufficient to meet Rock County’s burden of proof by clear and convincing evidence.
In this small claims action, Andrea and Eric Olmanson appeal the circuit court’s dismissal of their only claims against Brenda Weits, one for eviction and one for trespass.
The Department of Natural Resources (Department) issued to Meteor Timber, LLC, a permit (the permit or the initial permit) and, some months later, an amended permit (the amended permit) allowing Meteor Timber to fill wetlands for purposes of constructing a facility for drying and storing industrial sand and an associated facility for loading the sand onto rail cars and shipping the sand by rail.
When James Murphy and Nancy Holland divorced in 2010, Holland was awarded indefinite spousal maintenance as a percentage of Murphy’s income.
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