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State v. Armin G. Wand, III, 2015AP1366-CR, 9/8/16, District 4 (not recommended for publication); case activity (including briefs) Armin Wand and his brother Jeremy were convicted of crimes relating to a fire at Wand’s residence that killed his three sons, seriously injured his wife and caused the death of the fetus she was carrying. Before he… Read More

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State v. Allen L. Resch, 2010AP2321-CR, District 2, 4/27/11 court of appeals decision (1-judge, not for publication); for Resch: Christopher Lee Wiesmueller, Corinne N. Wiesmueller; case activity Reasonable suspicion supported investigatory stop for possible burglary, where vehicle was parked in private business parking lot at 2:26 a.m., with engine running and lights off. ¶13      Specifically… Read More

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Sanctions

City of Shawano v. Darlene F. Sense, 2010AP2193-FT, District 3, 2/8/11 court of appeals decision (1-judge, not for publication); case activity; Memo Br.; Memo Resp.; Memo Reply ¶10      As a final matter, we address certain deficiencies in Sense’s appellate brief.  First, Sense’s repeated references to “appellant” and “respondent” throughout her brief violate WIS. STAT. RULE 809.19(1)(i), which requires reference… Read More

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court of appeals decision (1-judge; not for publication); for Manske: Jennifer R. Drow; BiC; Resp.; Reply Traffic Stop – Reasonable Suspicion ¶16     Manske submits that because his driving was in some respects not consistent with an impaired driver, Galipo did not have reasonable suspicion to stop him. However, the test for reasonable suspicion… Read More

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court of appeals decision, affirmed 2011 WI 6; for Brenda: Leonard D. Kachinsky TPR – Plea to Grounds In taking a plea to TPR grounds, the court need not inform the parent of “sub-dispositions,” i.e., those which “pertain only to the effect on the child, addressing who will have guardianship and custody in the event… Read More

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