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C. Mandamus/prohibition

Writs – Supervisory – General

State ex rel Ralph A. Kalal v. Circuit Court for Dane County, 2004 WI 58 For Kalal: Waring R. Fincke Issue/Holding: ¶17 A “writ of supervision is not a substitute for an appeal.” State ex rel. Dressler v. Circuit Court for Racine County, 163 Wis. 2d 622, 630, 472 N.W.2d 532 (Ct. App. 1991). The… Read More

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Supervisory Writ — John Doe Proceeding, Review of

State ex rel Unnamed Persons v. State, 2003 WI 30 For Unnamed Persons: Franklyn M. Gimbel, et al. Issue/Holding: ¶48. On balance, we conclude that Wisconsin Constitution, Article VII, Section 5(3), read together with the language in Wis. Stat. § 808.03(2) and in Wis. Stat. § (Rule) 809.51(1) including “other person or body,” is sufficiently… Read More

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Mandamus — General

State ex rel Darrell W. Griffin v. Litscher, 2003 WI App 60 Issue/Holding: ¶5. Mandamus is an extraordinary writ which may be used to compel a public officer to perform a duty which he or she is legally bound to perform. Karow v. Milwaukee County Civil Serv. Comm., 82 Wis. 2d 565, 568 n.2, 263… Read More

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State ex rel Unnamed Persons v. State, 2003 WI 30 For Unnamed Persons: Franklyn M. Gimbel, et al. Issue/Holding: ¶48. On balance, we conclude that Wisconsin Constitution, Article VII, Section 5(3), read together with the language in Wis. Stat. § 808.03(2) and in Wis. Stat. § (Rule) 809.51(1) including “other person or body,” is sufficiently… Read More

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Wtrits – Mandamus – General

State ex rel Darrell W. Griffin v. Litscher, 2003 WI App 60 Issue/Holding: ¶5. Mandamus is an extraordinary writ which may be used to compel a public officer to perform a duty which he or she is legally bound to perform. Karow v. Milwaukee County Civil Serv. Comm., 82 Wis. 2d 565, 568 n.2, 263… Read More

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State ex rel Unnamed Persons v. State, 2003 WI 30 For Unnamed Persons: Franklyn M. Gimbel, et al. Issue/Holding: ¶48. On balance, we conclude that Wisconsin Constitution, Article VII, Section 5(3), read together with the language in Wis. Stat. § 808.03(2) and in Wis. Stat. § (Rule) 809.51(1) including “other person or body,” is sufficiently… Read More

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