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Due Process – Notice, Generally

Amy Z. v. Jon T., 2004 WI 73 For Jon T.: Geoffrey Dowse Issue/Holding: ¶20. Due process requires that the notice provided reasonably convey the information required for parties to prepare their defense and make their objections. Bachowski v. Salamone, 139 Wis. 2d 397, 412, 407 N.W.2d 533 (1987). ¶21. The guardian argues that Jon should… Read More


State v. James D. Miller, 2002 WI App 197, PFR filed 8/2/02 For Miller: Matthew H. Huppertz, Craig Kuhary, Daniel P. Fay Issue/Holding: The charging period of March 1, 1989, to March 31, 1993, was not too expansive to provide opportunity to prepare a defense, largely because of the victim’s youthfulness and vulnerable relationship (patient-therapist) to defendant, ¶31… Read More


State v. Davon R. Malcom, 2001 WI App 291, PFR filed 11/27/01 For Malcom: John D. Lubarsky, SPD, Madison Appellate Issue: Whether the trial court properly amended the information, after close of evidence, to add a charge of keeping a place “which is resorted to by persons using controlled substances” to the charge of using the… Read More