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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, 2018AP858-CR, 11/13/19, District 3 (recommended for publication); 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… Read More

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State v. Jeffrey L. Ionescu, 2018AP1620-CR, 11/13/19, District 2 (recommended for publication; 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… Read More

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October 2019 publication list

On October 30, 2019, the court of appeals ordered the publication of the following criminal law related decision: State v. Amy Joan Zahurones, 2019 WI App 57 (defendant entitled to credit under § 973.155 toward sentence imposed after revocation of deferred entry of judgment agreement)… Read More

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State v. Jamie Lane Stephenson, 2019 WI App 63; case activity (including briefs) At a hearing on a committed person’s petition for discharge from a ch. 980 commitment, the state has the burden of proving the person is still a sexually violent person—that is, that the person: (1) has a mental disorder; and (2) is… Read More

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State v. Larry W. Olson, 2019 WI App 61; case activity (including briefs) Olson and the state resolved some felony counts with an agreement that he’d plead not guilty by reason of mental disease or defect. The court found him NGI and committed him for 19 years, placing him on conditional release immediately. A few… Read More

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State v. Keith H. Shoeder, 2019 WI App 60; case activity (including briefs) So if you’re going to drink and drive your riding mower, stay on your lawn. Shoeder drove his riding mower on the paved shoulder of a city street, and was stopped and arrested for OWI in violation of § 346.63 after police… Read More

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September 2019 publication list

On September 25, 2019, the court of appeals ordered the publication of the following criminal law related decisions: State v. Daniel A. Griffin, 2019 WI App 49 (circuit court properly applied Denny and Sullivan tests to exclude evidence regarding third-party perpetrator) State v. Malcolm J. Sanders, 2019 WI App 52 (prosecutor didn’t violate Batson by… Read More

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