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1. Appeals 15. Evidence 3. Civil Commitments 4. Character, 904.04 45. WI Court of Appeals 8. Appeals 8. Discretionary decision A. Ch. 51, Mental health a. Forfeiture of issues C. Unpublished Opinions D. Relevance, Ch. 904 d. Undeveloped argument K. Standards of Review

COA upholds admission of prior confrontations with police in disorderly conduct trial

State v. Eric L. Vanremortel, 2018AP417, 9/4/19, District 3 (one-judge decision; ineligible for publication); case activity (including briefs) Vanremortel was charged with disorderly conduct for an incident in which he followed the wife of a retired police officer in her car, then repeatedly got out of his own car and shouted at her. The state […]
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COA upholds admission of prior confrontations with police in disorderly conduct trial

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1. Appeals 2. Probable cause 2. Traffic stops 34. Search & Seizure 4. Argument 45. WI Court of Appeals a. Field Sobriety Testing B. Search warrants C. Briefs/Appendices c. Preliminary breath test C. Unpublished Opinions d. Undeveloped argument G. Reasonable suspicion

COA finds reasonable suspicion for drug investigation, FSTs; probable cause for arrest

County of Dunn v. Cashe L. Newville, 2018AP1167, 8/6/19, District 3 (one-judge decision; ineligible for publication); case activity (including briefs) Newville was pulled over by a sheriff’s deputy who observed that, among other things, his license plate lamps weren’t working. An arrest on suspicion of operating under the influence of methamphetamine followed. The court of […]
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COA finds reasonable suspicion for drug investigation, FSTs; probable cause for arrest

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1. Appeals 10. Defenses 38. Statutes 4. Argument 7. Double jeopardy, A. Statutory defenses B. Construction C. Briefs/Appendices d. Undeveloped argument Important Posts

Ludicrous is not the same thing as absurd

State v. Medford B. Matthews, III, 2018AP845, 7/24/19, District 2 (recommended for publication); case activity (including briefs) It’s a crime in Wisconsin to have sex with a person under 18. Specifically, it’s a misdemeanor, if that person is 16 or older—like the 17-and-a-half-year-old alleged victim here. But, it’s tough to have sex without (1) being […]
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Ludicrous is not the same thing as absurd