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2005-06 Term

State v. Larry A. Tiepelman, 2006 WI 66, reversing 2005 WI App 179 For Tiepelman: Suzanne L. Hagopian, SPD, Madison Appellate Issue: Whether, on a claim that the sentence violated due process because based on inaccurate information, the defendant must show not only sentencing court reliance on the inaccurate information, but also prejudicial reliance. Holding: ¶2        We hold that in a… Read More

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State v. John W. Campbell, 2006 WI 99, on certification For Campbell: Charles B. Vetzner, SPD, Madison Appellate Issue/Holding: ¶42      Where a valid order or judgment is a necessary condition for one of the elements of a crime, a collateral attack upon the order or judgment can negate an element of the crime if the order… 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State v. Jamale A. Bonds, 2006 WI 83, reversing unpublished decision For Bonds: Jeremy C. Perri, Diana M. Felsmann, SPD, Milwaukee Appellate Issue/Holding: Failure to object to the manner of proving a repeater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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State v. Forest S. Shomberg, 2006 WI 9, affirming unpublished decision For Shomberg: Charles W. Giesen; Morris D. Berman Issue/Holding:  ¶27     In St. George, this court held that the circuit court’s exclusion of testimony of a defense expert about the victim’s recantation, and about interview techniques particular to child sexual assault cases, unconstitutionally deprived the defendant of… Read More

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Costs for Standby Counsel

State v. John W. Campbell, 2006 WI 99, on certification For Campbell: Charles B. Vetzner, SPD, Madison Appellate Issue/Holding: ¶72      Wisconsin Stat. § 973.06 permits the court to impose a lengthy list of costs upon an unsuccessful defendant. At sentencing, the court may require a probationer to reimburse the county or the state, as applicable, “for any… Read More

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State v. Charles E. Young, 2006 WI 98, affirming 2004 WI App 227 For Young: Martha K. Askins, SPD, Madison Appellate (Apparent Dicta): Though a “close question,” in that “(w)hen a marked squad car pulls up behind a car, activates emergency flashers, and points a spotlight at the car, it certainly presents indicia of police authority,” ¶65, the… Read More

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State v. Charles E. Young, 2006 WI 98, affirming 2004 WI App 227 For Young: Martha K. Askins, SPD, Madison Appellate Issue/Holding: ¶26      Under Hodari D. and Kelsey, an uncomplied-with show of authority cannot constitute a seizure. … … ¶37      Mendenhall is the appropriate test for situations where the question is whether a person submitted to a police show of authority… Read More

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State v. Tyrone Booker, 2006 WI 79, reversing 2005 WI App 182 For Booker: Jeffrey W. Jensen Issue: Whether conviction under § 948.11, exposing child to harmful materials, can be sustained where the jury heard the children’s and a detective’s descriptions of the videotape but did not themselves view it. Holding: ¶25      When we view… Read More

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