“Tayborn argues that several inconsistencies in his testimony rendered his testimony perjurious and that the prosecution should have known it was perjurious. However, Tayborn only ...Read More »
Where the court is evenly divided on whether to affirm or reverse the decision of the court of appeals, the decision of the court of ...Read More »
We further hold that the statute, Wis. Stat. sec. 948.025, is constitutional, and defendant, who was convicted of the repeated sexual assault of a child, ...Read More »
The circuit court erred in holding that sec. 961.45 required application of the “elements only” test of Blockburger v. United States, 284 U.S. 299 (1932) ...Read More »
99-3095 In the Interest of Kelsey C.R., a person under the age of 17: State of Wisconsin v. Kelsey C.R.
We therefore affirm the court of appeals. “When Gonzalez told Kelsey to ‘stay put,’ she ran away. We, therefore, conclude that no seizure occurred in ...Read More »
“As plainly as Civil Rule 11(a) requires a signature on filed papers, however, so the rule goes on to provide in its final sentence that ...Read More »
“New Hampshire’s claim that the Piscataqua River boundary runs along the Maine shore is clearly inconsistent with its interpretation of the words ‘Middle of the ...Read More »
“Under the ADA’s basic requirement that the need of a disabled person be evaluated on an individual basis, we have no doubt that allowing Martin ...Read More »
99-1848 Buckhannon Board and Care Home Inc. v. West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources, et al.
“Even under a limited form of the ‘catalyst theory,’ a plaintiff could recover attorney’s fees if it established that the ‘complaint had sufficient merit to ...Read More »
“When Congress replaced the text of the statute as construed in [McCarthy v. Madigan] with the exhaustion requirement at issue today, it presumably understood that ...Read More »