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State v. Mitchell F. Graf, 2012AP1356-CR, District 3, 1/8/13 Court of appeals decision (1 judge; ineligible for publication); case activity The court of appeals rejects Graf’s plea withdrawal claim, holding: 1)  Graf was not affirmatively misled to believe that by pleading to the offenses he would be able to keep his job because he understood that… Read More

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State v. Travis J. Guttu, 2012AP129-CR, District 3/4, 11/28/12 court of appeals decision (not recommended for publication); case activity After entering guilty pleas to multiple counts, Guttu unsuccessfully sought presentencing plea-withdrawal. After sentencing, he sought to withdraw the pleas on different grounds, more particularly: counsel was ineffective for failing to assert Guttu’s lack of knowledge… Read More

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Holder v. Carlos Martinez Gutierrez, USSC No. 10-1542, 5/21/12, reversing 411 Fed. Appx. 121 and 399 Fed. Appx. 313 The Attorney General has discretion under 8 U.S.C. §1229b(a) to allow otherwise-removable aliens to remain in the U.S., if the alien satisfies three criteria: minimum of five years as a lawful permanent resident; continuous residence in the U.S. for at least seven… Read More

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on review of summary order (District 2); for Negrete: Jeffrey W. Jensen; case activity Plea Withdrawal – Collateral Attack – Deportation Consequences  Issues (Composed by On Point): 1. Whether the laches doctrine bars Negrete’s motion to withdraw his guilty plea, 18 years after he entered it. 2. Whether Negrete’s assertion that he didn’t know his… Read More

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State v. Kurt D. Neis, No. 2009AP1287-CR, District IV, 7/15/10 court of appeals decision (1-judge, not for publication); for Neis: Jacquelyn L. Wolter; BiC; Resp.; Supp. Resp. Guilty Pleas – Collateral Consequence – Federal Gun Ban Although Neis’s guilty plea to disorderly conduct, § 947.01, subjected him to the automatic federal firearm ban given the circuit… Read More

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7th circuit court of appeals decision (en banc) Second Amendment – Categorical Ban on Possession Categorical legislative bans on gun possession are permissible under the second amendment, including those for convictions of misdemeanor crimes of domestic violence per 18 U.S.C. § 922(g)(9), which the court now upholds. District of Columbia v. Heller, 128 S. Ct… Read More

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Padilla v. Kentucky, USSC No. 08-651, 3/31/10 In sum, we have long recognized that the negotiation of a plea bargain is a critical phase of litigation for purposes of the Sixth Amendment right to effective assistance of counsel. Hill , 474 U. S., at 57; see also Richardson , 397 U. S., at 770–771. The severity of… Read More

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State v. Joseph E. Koll, Jr., 2009 WI App 74, PFR filed 4/29/09 For Koll: Alexander L. Ullenberg Issue: Whether Koll’s conviction of so-called “non-domestic” disorderly conduct was for a misdemeanor crime of domestic violence as defined 18 U.S.C. §921(a)(33)(A), so as to preclude him from obtaining a handgun. Holding: The federal Gun Control Act… Read More

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