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09.12.14 | Supreme Court Oral Argument: Frederick W. Preisler v. Kuettl's Septic Service, LLC

On September 12, 2014, the Wisconsin Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Frederick W. Preisler v. Kuettl's Septic Service, LLC at the state Capitol. The Supreme Court has been asked to settle disputes over the legal nature of excrement: When used as a component of farm fertilizer, is excrement considered a “pollutant” under standard insurance policy pollution exclusions?  


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09.12.14 | Supreme Court Oral Argument: Wilson Mutual Insurance Company v. Robert Falk

On September 12, 2014, the Wisconsin Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Wilson Mutual Insurance Company v. Robert Falk at the state Capitol. The Supreme Court has been asked to settle disputes over the legal nature of excrement: When used as a component of farm fertilizer, is excrement considered a “pollutant” under standard insurance policy pollution exclusions?  


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09.10.14 | Supreme Court Oral Argument: State v. Ramon G. Gonzalez

On September 10, 2014, the Wisconsin Supreme Court heard oral arguments in State v. Ramon G. Gonzalez at the state Capitol in Madison, WI.


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09.10.14 | Supreme Court Oral Argument: 118th Street Kenosha, LLC v. WISDOT

On September 10, 2014, the Wisconsin Supreme Court heard oral arguments in 118th Street Kenosha, LLC v. Wisconsin Department of Transportation at the state Capitol in Madison, WI.


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09.10.14 | Supreme Court Oral Argument: Office of Lawyer Regulation v. John J. Carter

On September 10, 2014, the Wisconsin Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Office of Lawyer Regulation v. John J. Carter at the state Capitol in Madison, WI.


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09.09.14 | Supreme Court Oral Argument: State v. Alvernest Floyd Kennedy

On September 9, 2014, the Wisconsin Supreme Court heard oral arguments in State v. Alvernest Floyd Kennedy at the state Capitol. This case examines constitutional issues arising from the arrest and conviction of Alvernest Floyd Kennedy on charges of homicide by intoxicated use of a motor vehicle.


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09.09.14 | Supreme Court Oral Argument: State v. Cassius A. Foster

On September 9, 2014, the Wisconsin Supreme Court heard oral arguments in State v. Cassius A. Foster at the state Capitol. This case examines several issues arising from a drunk driving arrest, including whether a warrantless blood draw under the circumstances presented here is constitutional in light of Missouri v. McNeely, 569 U.S., 2013 WL 1628934 (2013). In that case, the U.S. Supreme Court recently held that whether a warrantless blood draw is constitutional depends on an analysis of the exigencies under the particular facts of each case.


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09.09.14 | Supreme Court Oral Argument: State v. Michael R. Tullberg

On September 9, 2014, the Wisconsin Supreme Court heard oral arguments in State v. Michael R. Tullberg at the state Capitol. The sole issue in this case is whether exigent circumstances justified a warrantless blood draw from a man police suspected of driving drunk and being involved in a fatal accident. Exigent circumstances may exist when a police officer must take immediate action to effectively make an arrest, search or seizure for which probable cause exists, and thus may do so without first obtaining a warrant.


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09.04.14 | Supreme Court Oral Argument: State v. Myron C. Dillard

On September 4, 2014, the Wisconsin Supreme Court heard oral arguments in State v. Myron C. Dillard at the Wisconsin State Capitol in Madison, WI. This case examines whether Myron C. Dillard, a defendant in an armed robbery case, may withdraw his plea after discovering that a potential penalty enhancer that was dropped as part of a plea agreement could not have applied to his situation anyway.


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09.04.14 | Supreme Court Oral Argument: Julie A. Augsburger v. Homestead Mutual Insurance Company

On September 4, 2014, the Wisconsin Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Julie A. Augsburger v. Homestead Mutual Insurance Company at the state Capitol in Madison, WI.


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09.04.14 | Supreme Court Oral Argument: State v. General Grant Wilson

On September 4, 2014, the Wisconsin Supreme Court heard oral arguments in State v. General Grant Wilson at the state Capitol in Madison, WI.


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04.09.14 | Supreme Court Oral Argument: State v. Raphfeal Lyfold Myrick

On April 9, 2014, the Wisconsin Supreme Court heard oral arguments in State v. Raphfeal Lyfold Myrick at the state Capitol. This homicide case involves two defendants, one of whom testified against the other as part of what he contends was a plea agreement with prosecutors. The question before the Supreme Court is whether statements made by defendant Rapheal Lyfold Myrick during testimony at the preliminary examination stage of Justin Winston’s case are then admissible in the case against Myrick himself.


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04.09.14 | Supreme Court Oral Argument: Office of Lawyer Regulation v. Michael G. Trewin

On April 9, 2014, the Wisconsin Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Office of Lawyer Regulation  v. Michael G. Trewin at the state Capitol. In this attorney disciplinary proceeding, Atty. Michael G. Trewin appeals from the report and recommendation of the referee, who concluded that Attorney Trewin had committed 14 of the 15 counts of professional misconduct alleged in the disciplinary complaint and recommended the revocation of Attorney Trewin’s license to practice law in Wisconsin.


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04.08.14 | Supreme Court Oral Argument: State v. Jimothy A. Jenkins

On April 8, 2014, the Wisconsin Supreme Court heard oral arguments in the case State v. Jimothy A. Jenkins at the state Capitol.This criminal case looks at how circuit courts should factor in a witness’s credibility when a defendant alleges ineffective assistance due to an attorney’s failure to call that witness to testify. The Supreme Court is being asked to examine in such instances the interplay of the rule that juries are the ultimate arbiters of witness credibility and the prejudice standard for ineffective assistance, which requires post-conviction courts to assess whether the omitted evidence would undermine confidence in the trial’s outcome.



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04.08.14 | Supreme Court Oral Argument: State v. Donyil L. Anderson, Sr.

On April 8, 2014, the Wisconsin Supreme Court heard oral arguments in State v. Donyil L. Anderson, Sr. at the state Capitol. This homicide case examines the discretionary power of the Court of Appeals to grant a new insanity phase trial on the ground that an allegedly harmless error in a jury instruction prevented the real controversy from being fully tried.


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