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14. Territorial jurisdiction

State v. Todd N. Triebold, 2021 WI App 13; case activity (including briefs) Triebold was convicted of child sexual assault in Wisconsin and subject to lifetime sex offender registration. He moved to Minnesota and notified the Wisconsin DOC of his address. But he moved again and failed to notify either Wisconsin or Minnesota of his… Read more

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State v. Derek Anderson, 2005 WI 54, on certification Anderson: Neil C. McGinn, SPD, Milwaukee Trial; Wm. J. Tyroler, SPD, Milwaukee Appellate Issue/Holding: ¶47 We conclude that § 939.03(1)(a) is satisfied upon proof that the defendant committed an act in Wisconsin manifesting the intent to kill. Specifically, intent to kill, which is a constituent element… Read more

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State v. Shon D. Brown, 2003 WI App 34, PFR filed 2/3/03 For Brown: Robert T. Ruth Issue: Whether defendant was entitled to an instruction on territorial jurisdiction, § 939.03, where the offense was partially committed out of the state. Holding: ¶23. The question of whether or when a jury must be instructed on the… Read more

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State v. Anthony J. Randle, 2002 WI App 116, PFR filed 4/2/02 For Randle: Paul G. Bonneson Issue: Whether territorial jurisdiction, acquired over the charged offense, may be lost over a lesser offense whose elements do not include any committed within the state. Holding: ¶20 … Like criminal subject matter jurisdiction, once territorial jurisdiction attaches… Read more

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