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State v. Jason W. Kucik, 2009AP933-CR, District 1, 11/16/10 court of appeals decision (3-judge, not recommended for publication); for Kucik: Thomas J. Nitschke; Resp. Br.; Reply; Kucik Supp. Br.; State’s Supp. Br. Appellate Procedure – Affirmance on Different Theory than Posited Below ¶31      We agree with the State that it is appropriate for us to consider the… Read More

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supreme court decision; court of appeals decision; for Carroll: Michael K. Gould, SPD, Milwaukee Appellate Frisk – Demand that Suspect Drop Object Frisk analysis applies to police demand that suspect drop object in hand, ¶22. ¶23      Here, Carroll led officers on a high-speed chase in a car that the officers had been observing in connection with an… Read More

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State v. Jermichael James Carroll, 2010 WI 8, affirming 2008 WI App 161 For Carroll: Michael K. Gould, SPD, Milwaukee Appellate Issue/Holding: Displayed image on cell phone satisfied plain view doctrine (lawful position of officer, inadvertent discovery, probable cause to be images displayed contraband), ¶¶23-25… Read More

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Plain View – Generally

State v. Shaun E. Kelley, 2005 WI App 199 For Kelley: Gregory Bates Issue/Holding: ¶15      An officer has the right to access objects in plain view while searching within the scope of the consent.  See State v. Johnson, 187 Wis. 2d 237, 242, 522 N.W.2d 588 (Ct. App. 1994). In order for the plain view doctrine to… Read More

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State v. Keith Schroeder, 2000 WI App 128, 237 Wis.2d 575, 613 N.W.2d 911 For Schroeder: Kevin D. Musolf Issue/Holding: Inspection of child pornography on a computer, found during a warrant-authorized search of a computer for unrelated material, was in plain view so as to be subject to seizure without a separate warrant: 13            In order… Read More

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Warrants – Scope of Authorized Search

State v. James H. Oswald, 2000 WI App 3, 232 Wis.2d 103, 606 N.W.2d 238 For Oswald: James L. Fullin, Jr., SPD, Madison Appellate Issue: Whether a search of documents exceeded the scope of a warrant authorizing a search for currency, among other things. Holding: Because the warrant authorized a search for currency, the officers were… Read More

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