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d. John Doe review

State ex rel. Adrian T. Hipp v. Murray, 2007 WI App 202, (AG’s) PFR filed 8/16/07Pro se Issue/Holding: Review of a judge’s actions in a John Doe proceeding aren’t subject to direct appeal, but may be reviewed by writ of mandamus: ¶9 The parties agree that we review Judge Murray’s actions in connection with Hipp’s… Read More

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Writs – Prohibition – John Doe Proceeding

State ex rel. Individual v. Davis, 2005 WI 70, on certification Subpoenaed Individual: Stephen P. Hurley, Marcus J. Berghahn, Hal Harlowe Issue/Holding: ¶15      A writ of prohibition is an extraordinary remedy that normally will not issue except in the absence of other adequate remedies. [6] As a remedy, writs of prohibition are often used in… Read More

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State ex rel Unnamed Persons v. State, 2003 WI 30 For Unnamed Persons: Franklyn M. Gimbel, et al. Issue/Holding: ¶48. On balance, we conclude that Wisconsin Constitution, Article VII, Section 5(3), read together with the language in Wis. Stat. § 808.03(2) and in Wis. Stat. § (Rule) 809.51(1) including “other person or body,” is sufficiently… Read More

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State ex rel Unnamed Persons v. State, 2003 WI 30 For Unnamed Persons: Franklyn M. Gimbel, et al. Issue/Holding: ¶48. On balance, we conclude that Wisconsin Constitution, Article VII, Section 5(3), read together with the language in Wis. Stat. § 808.03(2) and in Wis. Stat. § (Rule) 809.51(1) including “other person or body,” is sufficiently… Read More

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