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14. Territorial jurisdiction

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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