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February 2020 publication list

On February 26, 2020, the court of appeals ordered publication of three decisions; none of them are in a criminal law related case… Read More

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January 2020 publication list

On January 29, 2020, the court of appeals ordered publication in the following criminal law related cases: State v. James L. Jackson, Jr., 2020 WI App 4 (requiring internet identifiers of sex offender registrants doesn’t violate First Amendment) Dane County DHS v. J.R., 2020 WI App 5 (rejecting an “as applied” challenge to amended §… Read More

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State v. James L. Jackson, 2020 WI App 4; case activity (including briefs) Jackson pleaded to the crime of failing to give updated information to the sex offender registry. The information at issue was the fact that he’d created a Facebook account and email address. This ran afoul of Wis. Stat. § 301.45(2)(a)6m., which requires… Read More

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December 2019 publication list

On December 18, 2019, the court of appeals ordered publication of the following criminal law related cases: State v. Brian L. Halverson, 2019 WI App 66 (incarceration is no longer custody per se under Miranda) State v. Jeffrey L. Ionescu, 2019 WI App 68 (“warm” pursuit is as good as “hot” pursuit, at least in… Read More

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Dane County D.H.S. v. J.R., 2020 WI App 5; case activity J.R.’s children were placed outside the home pursuant to two CHIPS cases. During the placement, the legislature changed the 4th element for the “continuing CHIPS” ground for termination of parental rights. When the County petitioned to terminate J.R.’s rights, it proceeded under the amended… Read More

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November 2019 publication list

On November 20, 2019, the court of appeals ordered the publication of the following criminal law related decisions: State v. Keith H. Shoeder, 2019 WI App 60 (a riding lawn mower is a “motor vehicle for purposes of the OWI statute) State v. Larry W. Olson, 2019 WI App 61 (the 72-hour filing deadline for… Read More

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State v. Brian L. Halverson, 2019 WI App 66; case activity (including briefs) Until now, Wisconsin held that a person who is interviewed by law enforcement while incarcerated is per se in custody and thus must receive a Miranda warning. State v. Armstrong, 223 Wis. 2d 331, 588 N.W. 2d 606 (1999). This published court of appeals’… Read More

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State v. Jeffrey L. Ionescu, 2019 WI App 68; case activity (including briefs) A homeowner told police that he found a burglar in his car and saw him run west across his yard. About 10 minutes later, officer and a trained tracking dog headed in that direction for about 30 minutes. The officer saw footprints… Read More

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