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Whether, under plain error review, the State breached the plea agreement resulting in prejudice to Guziak's substantial rights.
Whether the circuit court erred when it denied Angle's motion to suppress her statement at the hospital and whether the circuit court erred when it denied Angle’s motion for a judgment of acquittal.
A jury found defendant guilty of aggravated grand theft by deception and he appeals.
James Iversen appeals his conviction for driving or control of a vehicle with a prohibited blood alcohol level.
Chaske McDonough, appeals the First Judicial Circuit Court's denial of his amended petition for writ of habeas corpus.
Johnson moves to suppress all physical evidence seized from his person, his residence, his vehicles, and his storage unit, which evidence was seized pursuant to two search warrants. Johnson contends the search warrants were issued based on evidence discovered as a result of an illegal search of his trash, which violated the Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution.
Mitchell Monette appeals the habeas court's rulings that his no contest plea was voluntary, intelligent and knowing; that he received effective assistance of counsel; and that denial of a firearms expert did not violate his constitutional rights.
Christopher Frederick Vonwille, moves for compassionate release
Jonette Anson (Anson) failed to file a personal injury claim within the 823*823 three-year statute of limitations. The circuit court denied her motion to extend the statute of limitations under the doctrine of equitable tolling.
During trial, defendants made several mistrial motions and objections that were denied by the court. Rule 33 of the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure allows defendants to move the court to "vacate any judgment and grant a new trial if the interest of justice so requires."
Ahlers moves to suppress "all things seized" pursuant to a search warrant executed on her residence.
A jury found Hintz guilty of the crimes of harboring escaped prisoners and instigating and assisting escape. Hintz argues that she is entitled to a judgment of acquittal based on insufficiency of the evidence.
Federiconi has moved to strike portions of Citibank's rebuttal brief and an affidavit because matters are raised for the first time which were not addressed in their opening brief.
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