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State v. Steven T. Delap, 2018 WI 64, 6/6/18, affirming an unpublished court of appeals decision, 2016AP2196, case activity (including briefs) Police had two warrants to arrest Delap. They went to what someone had told them was his address, and someone they thought was Delap ran from them toward the back door of the residence. They… Read More

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State v. Terion Lamar Robinson, 2009 WI App 97 For Robinson: Beth A. Eisendrath Issue/Holding: Given the trial court finding that Robinson either lived or stayed at the apartment, the police were authorized to enter to effectuate his arrest under auspices of an arrest warrant: ¶16      In Blanco, the police, who had an arrest warrant for Blanco… Read More

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State v. Antonion Blanco, Nora M. Al-Shammari, 2000 WI App 119, 237 Wis.2d 395, 614 N.W.2d 512 For Blanco: Michael P. Jakus Issue: Whether an arrest warrant provided authority for the police to enter the residence of a third party and arrest the person named in the warrant. Holding: ¶10 An arrest warrant authorizes the… Read More

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State v. Joel L. Ritchie, 2000 WI App 136, 237 Wis.2d 664, 614 N.W.2d 837 For Ritchie: Steven G. Bauer Issue: What is the standard of review for an arrest warrant based on a criminal complaint? Holding: Although review of probable cause to support a complaint is independent, review of probable cause to support an arrest… Read More

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