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7. Statutory violations

State v. Peter R. Cash, 2004 WI App 63 For Cash: Lynn M. Bureta Issue/Holding: Any violation of § 175.40(6), which regulates the arrest power of an officer operating outside territorial jurisdiction would not support suppression as a remedy: ¶30. Assuming arguendo that the Waukesha County Sheriff’s Department had not adopted the written policies required by Wis… Read More

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State v. Joseph Steffes, 2003 WI App 55, PFR filed 3/13/03 For Steffes: Daniel P. Ryan Issue/Holding: Violation of administrative code provision does not support suppression. ¶¶9, 25. But: this decision was based largely on State ex rel. Peckham v. Krenke, 229 Wis. 2d 778, 601 N.W.2d 287 (Ct. App. 1999), a case that was essentially overruled… Read More

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State v. James W. Keith, 2003 WI App 47, PFR filed 3/5/03 For Keith: Christopher A. Mutschler Issue/Holding: Evidence not suppressible merely because seized by officer effectuating stop outside of his or her jurisdiction: there is no “reason to ignore the well-established rule that suppression is required only when evidence is obtained in violation of a… Read More

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State v. Charles A. Wallace, 2002 WI App 61 For Wallace: Martha K. Askins, SPD, Madison Appellate Issue/Holding: ¶25. We conclude, however, that we need not address whether police may conduct a consensual strip search free of the statutory restrictions. Absent a constitutional violation, a court may not suppress evidence obtained in violation of a… Read More

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State v. Debra Noble, 2002 WI 64, reversing 2001 WI App 145, 246 Wis. 2d 533, 629 N.W.2d 31 For Noble: Thomas H. Boyd Issue/Holding: Suppression of evidence is required only where it has been obtained in violation of the defendant’s constitutional rights or of a statute specifically providing for suppression as a remedy. ¶14. Issue: Whether, assuming… Read More

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State v. Albert Jackowski, 2001 WI App 187 For Jackowski: Ronald C. Shiroka Issue: Whether violation of a statutory requirement for issuance of a building inspection warrant (namely, the § 66.0119(2) condition that such a warrant be issued only upon showing that consent to enter was refused) supports suppression of evidence obtained after entry under the warrant. Holding… Read More

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