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State v. Cordarol M. Kirby, 2014 WI App 74; case activity The court of appeals holds that “while exigent circumstances may justify entry, the fact that entry has already been made does not necessarily invalidate reliance on the exigent circumstances doctrine.” (¶22). Thus, because in this case there were exigent circumstances justifying police entry into an… Read More

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State v. Sean R. Fox, 2008 WI App 136 For Fox: Daniel M. Berkos Issue/Holding: Permissive guest who had not stayed overnight lacked expectation of privacy in a mobile home: ¶21      The facts of this case contrast with those of Trecroci and more closely resemble those of Carter. Fox’s relationship to his hosts, Terry and McCoy, and to the… Read More

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State v. Matthew J. Trecroci, Ryan J. Frayer, Ronnie J. Frayer, Scott E. Oberst, Amy L. Wicks, 2001 WI App 126 For defendants: Robert R. Henak Issue: Whether a guest temporarily on premises used primarily for commercial purposes had standing to assert suppression of evidence seized after unlawful police entry. Holding:: Notwithstanding certain language in Minnesota v… Read More

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Kelly L. McCray, 220 Wis. 2d 705, 583 N.W.2d 668 (Ct. App. 1998) For McCray: Paul LaZotte Issue/Holding: A guest who has exceeded his authorized stay loses any expectation of privacy in the residence  … Read More

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