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Court of Appeals of Wisconsin Court Cases
State v. Pettit (1992)Jason Pettit and Reese Iwen (the defendants) appeal from judgments of conviction for armed burglary as parties to the crime, contrary to secs. 939.05 and 943.10(1)(a) and (2), Stats. They argue that a jury instruction not only misstated the law, but also denied them their constitutional right to due process by placing on them the burden of disproving the "intent to steal" element of the respective armed burglary charges. Because we conclude that the trial court's instruction neither [...]
Court: Court of Appeals of Wisconsin Docket: 91-2825-CR, 91-2905-CR
State v. Blalock (1989)Shelby Blalock appeals from a judgment of conviction entered on jury verdicts finding him guilty of conspiracy to deliver marijuana on January 9, 1986, in violation of secs. 161.41(1)(b), 161.14(4)(t), and 939.31, Stats., and two counts of possession of marijuana (on January 9, 1986 and February 2, 1986) with intent to deliver, in violation of secs. 161.41(1m)(b) and 161.14(4)(t), Stats. He raises seven issues: (1) whether the trial court lacked personal jurisdiction because the complaint was [...]
Court: Court of Appeals of Wisconsin Docket: 88-1094-CR
On behalf of the defendant-respondent, Episcopal Homes Management, Inc., the cause was submitted on the brief of James W. Hill, and JoAnne Breese-Jaeck of Hostak, Henzl & Bichler, S.C. of Racine.
Court: Court of Appeals of Wisconsin Docket: 94-1294
Sweet v. Berge (1983)Philip and Betty Jo Berge appeal from an order making a judgment of strict foreclosure of a land contract absolute. The Berges contend that their failure to receive notice of the redemption period substantially prior to its expiration violated their right to procedural due process under the fourteenth amendment to the United States Constitution. The Berges also assert that since the redemption period ended on a legal holiday, the trial court erred in entering the order less than twenty-four [...]
Court: Court of Appeals of Wisconsin Docket: 82-1359
Truttschel v. Martin (1997)Lieutenant Garilyn Truttschel appeals a circuit court order dismissing her appeal from an order of the Oconomowoc Board of Police and Fire Commissioners (the Commission) which found that charges issued against her by Oconomowoc Police Chief Hugh Martin were reasonable. The circuit court concluded that Truttschel had not followed the procedures required by § 62.13(5)(i), STATS., to obtain circuit court review of the Commission's decision. It also held that the Commission had no standing to [...]
Court: Court of Appeals of Wisconsin Docket: 96-2183-FT
State v. Holt (1985)
For the plaintiff-respondent, a brief was filed by Bronson C. La Follette, attorney general and Barry M. Levenson, assistant attorney general. Oral argument by Barry M Levenson.
Court: Court of Appeals of Wisconsin Docket: 84-1711-CR
State v. Haseltine (1984)Charles Haseltine appeals his conviction of sexual contact with his sixteen-year-old daughter, in violation of sec. 940.225(2)(e), Stats., and of threatening to harm her if she reported the incident, in violation of sec. 943.30(1), Stats. He contends that the trial court erred in admitting other crimes evidence; that the rape shield law, sec. 972.11(2)(b), Stats., barred the admission of the evidence; that the prosecution violated the discovery statute, sec. 971.23(1), Stats; and [...]
Court: Court of Appeals of Wisconsin Docket: 83-1637
Holbrook v. Holbrook (1981)
This is an appeal from the property division, family support and attorneys' fees awards of the amended divorce judgment dated September 5, 1980. We vacate, in part, the property division and the award of attorneys' fees and remand for further findings consistent with this opinion. We affirm the family support award.
Court: Court of Appeals of Wisconsin Docket: 80-1290
Defendants FPC Securities Corp. (FPC) and A. W. Hemmings, the president of FPC, appeal from the order of the circuit court for Dane County which overruled defendants' demurrer to the complaint.
Court: Court of Appeals of Wisconsin Docket: 78-097
For the defendants-appellants and cross-respondents the cause was submitted on the briefs of Weiss, Steuer, Berzowski & Kriger and Robert K. Steuer and Thomas L. Skalmoski, of counsel, of Milwaukee.
Court: Court of Appeals of Wisconsin Docket: 80-902
For the plaintiff-appellant the cause was submitted on the briefs of Steven J. Schooler of Lawton & Cates, S.C., of Madison and Robert J. Gingras of Gingras Law Offices of Madison.
Court: Court of Appeals of Wisconsin Docket: 94-0670
State v. Flynn (1994)
Robert L. Flynn appeals pro se from a judgment entered on a jury verdict convicting him of two counts of armed robbery, see§ 943.32(1)(a), STATS., and from the trial court's orders denying his motion for post-conviction relief. We affirm.
Court: Court of Appeals of Wisconsin Docket: 93-2532-CR, 94-0425-CR
Ford Motor Co. v. Lyons (1987)
On behalf of the defendants and third-party plaintiffs-appellants and cross-respondents, intervening counter-claimants and third-party plaintiffs-appellants and cross-respondents briefs were filed by Randall J. Sandfort of Terwilliger, Wakeen, Piehler & Conway, S.C. of Wausau. Oral argument by Mr. Sandfort.
Court: Court of Appeals of Wisconsin Docket: 84-587
On behalf of the defendants-respondents, the cause was submitted on the briefs of David M. Quale and Jeralyn B. Wendelberger of Quale, Feldbruegge, Calvelli, Thom & Croke, S.C., of Milwaukee.
Court: Court of Appeals of Wisconsin Docket: 92-2349
Kailin v. Armstrong (2002)This appeal arises out of a commercial real estate transaction in which Stephen and Linda Kailin purchased from Perry Armstrong the property known as the Monona Center. The Kailins appeal the summary judgment in favor of Armstrong, First Weber Group, Inc., and salesperson Robert Carpenter, which dismissed the Kailins' claims for breach of contract, intentional misrepresentation, and violation of WIS. STAT. § 100.18 (1999-2000). The complaint alleged the defendants failed to disclose that [...]
Court: Court of Appeals of Wisconsin Docket: 01-1152
On behalf of the defendant-respondent-cross appellant, the cause was submitted on the briefs of Ralph v. Topinka and Elizabeth A. Hartman of Quarles & Brady LLP, Madison, and George W. Hallstein of Wilcox, Wilcox, Enright, Hallstein, McMahon & Adler LLC, Eau Claire. There was oral argument by Ralph v. Topinka.
Court: Court of Appeals of Wisconsin Docket: 98-1772
Lawrence A. Smith appeals from a summary judgment which dismissed his negligence action against his insurance agent for failure to procure requested insurance coverage. He claims the circuit court erred when it concluded that preprinted form endorsements used by the insurer, Dodgeville Mutual Insurance Company, failed to satisfy the requirements of § 631.11(1)(a), STATS., 1991-92, for avoiding the insurer's obligation to pay on a claim because of the insured's misrepresentations in the [...]
Court: Court of Appeals of Wisconsin Docket: 96-3352
Francis and Martha Elsen appeal a summary judgment in favor of State Bank of La Crosse foreclosing a real estate security agreement on their home. We conclude that a genuine factual issue exists as to whether the terms of the security agreement resulted from the mutual mistake of the parties or from the bank's misrepresentation of its contents. We therefore reverse.
Court: Court of Appeals of Wisconsin Docket: 84-1905
Grube v. Daun (1992)
On behalf of plaintiffs-appellants-respondents Gordon J. Grube and Julie Grube, the cause was submitted on the briefs of Lutz, Burnett & McDermott of Chilton and Jerome L. Fox of Olson, Winter and Fox of Two Rivers.
Court: Court of Appeals of Wisconsin Docket: 91-2312, 91-2322
State v. Padilla (1982)
For the plaintiff-respondent there was a brief submitted by Bronson C. La Follette, attorney general, and David J. Becker, assistant attorney general. Oral argument by David J. Becker.
Court: Court of Appeals of Wisconsin Docket: 81-1407-CR