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State v. Kory v. Ambroziak, 2017AP22-CR, 9/19/17, District 3, (1-judge opinion, ineligible for publication); case activity (including briefs) Ambroziak argued that he was incorrectly sentenced for a 2nd-offense OWI because the State had failed to prove the existence of a prior OWI-related offense beyond a reasonable doubt. But the court of appeals held that the… Read More

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State v. Joseph C. Risse, 2015AP586, District 3, 1/12/16 (one-judge decision; ineligible for publication); case activity (including briefs) Risse pled to an OWI, but was it his first or second? The state, armed with a Wisconsin Certified Driving Record, says he had a 2008 chemical test refusal in Connecticut. Risse, bearing a collection of documents from… Read More

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State v. Jamale A. Bonds, 2006 WI 83, reversing unpublished decision For Bonds: Jeremy C. Perri, Diana M. Felsmann, SPD, Milwaukee Appellate Issue/Holding: Failure to object to the manner of proving a repeater allegation (via CCAP) did not constitute waiver of an objection that the proof was insufficient: ¶51      The State contends that we concluded in Saunders that an… Read More

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Enhancer – Proof – CCAP Entries

State v. Jamale A. Bonds, 2006 WI 83, reversing unpublished decision For Bonds: Jeremy C. Perri, Diana M. Felsmann, SPD, Milwaukee Appellate Issue: Whether CCAP entries can satisfy the State’s burden of proving a repeater allegation. Holding: Although the rules of evidence do not apply to proof of a repeater and a prior conviction need not be proved… Read More

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