Follow Us

Facebooktwitterrss
≡ Menu

1. Petition

State v. A.M.J., 2019AP420, 4/14/20, District 3 (one-judge decision; ineligible for publication); case activity (including briefs) This is a juvenile case so pseudonyms abound. The state accused “Adam” of taking some vehicles from “the Morrisons” and also, in the same incident, damaging some property belonging to “the Olsons.” The district attorney filed a petition concerning… Read more

{ 0 comments }

State v. T. E.-B., 2019AP309, 3/5/20, District 4 (one-judge decision; ineligible for publication); case activity T. E.-B. appeals his juvenile adjudication for sexual assault of a four-year-old, arguing that the state failed to prove that the alleged assault happened when the petition said it did: “on or about June 21, 2017.” Everyone agrees that the… Read more

{ 0 comments }

State v. C.G.B., 2017 WI App 32; case activity While the juvenile code gives a judge the authority to dismiss a juvenile delinquency petition and refer the case for a deferred prosecution agreement (DPA) over the district attorney’s objection, State v. Lindsey A.F., 2003 WI 63, 262 Wis. 2d 200, 663 N.W.2d 757, the code… Read more

{ 0 comments }

Delinquency petition stated probable cause

State v. A.C., 2015AP1604, 1/20/16, District 1 (one-judge decision; ineligible for publication); case activity A petition alleging A.C. was delinquent contained sufficient facts to establish probable cause that A.C. acted as a party to the crime of operating a motor vehicle without the owner’s consent. ¶9     A.C. was charged as a party to the… Read more

{ 0 comments }

Delinquency – Notice

State v. Justin H., No. 2009AP2935, District III, 6/29/10 court of appeals decision (1-judge; not for publication); for Justin H.: Leonard D. Kachinsky ¶9 However, even assuming Justin properly preserved a due process argument, we reject it.  Due process principles require that a juvenile against whom a delinquency petition has been filed be given “notice… Read more

{ 0 comments }

court of appeals decision (1-judge; ineligible for publication) Delinquency Petition – Time Limit Time limit for filing petition continues running during gap between date intake worker requests petition and date request actually filed with DA’s office, therefore this petition  untimely; on remand trial court is to determine “proper remedy,” which may be dismissal, but not… Read more

{ 0 comments }