Assignment for the Month of February 2013

Pursuant to Rule 809.22, you are hereby notified that the following cases will be called for argument on the days stated.  The calendar indicates that you are involved in one or more of the cases.  Please be present and prepared to argue at the time shown, which is the earliest hour at which your case may be called.  Unless otherwise indicated, 30 minutes per side will be allowed for oral argument.  An oral argument information sheet is attached for your reference.

 

                                                         TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 2013

09:45 a.m.  -    #11AP691-CR   -     State v. Matthew R. Steffes                                                                

                        #11AP583          -     Marilyn M. Brown v. Acuity, A Mutual Insurance Company    

01:30 p.m.  -    {#11AP1176       -     Joseph McLeod v. Patricia Mudlaff

                        {#11AP1177       -     Patricia Mudlaff v. Joseph McLeod                 

                                                         MONDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 2013

09:45 a.m.  -    #10AP2809-CR -     State v. Matthew A. Lonkoski                           

                        #09AP2916-CR -     State v. Gregory M. Sahs                     

01:30 p.m.  -    #11AP2864-CRAC- State v. Samuel Curtis Johnson, III      

                                                       TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 2013

09:45 a.m.  -    #12AP665          -     Manitowoc County v. Samuel J. H.     

                        #12AP99            -     Outagamie County v. Melanie L.          

01:30 p.m.  -    #11AP1049-D    -     Office of Lawyer Regulation v. Sharon A. Riek

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 

 

 

                                                    

PLEASE NOTE:  Attorneys on all assigned cases should submit additional authorities that have been reported, issued, or published since the filing of briefs, and which the court should consider.  Such letters should be furnished in nine copies with an additional copy to each opposing attorney.  See Wis. Stat. § 809.19(10).

Stipulations for continuance will be considered only if they state reasons that are considered by the court to constitute good cause.  A copy of the court’s rescheduling policy is attached.

If any special access, visual or hearing arrangements are necessary for your attendance in court, please advise the Clerk’s Office at least five (5) days prior to your argument.

On arrival for argument, please check in with the Clerk’s Office Staff outside the courtroom located on the 2nd Floor, East Wing of the State Capitol. 

ON ORAL ARGUMENT CASES, PLEASE SIGN AND RETURN THE ENCLOSED SELF-ADDRESSED, STAMPED ACKNOWLEDGMENT POSTCARD THAT ONLY ACKNOWLEDGES THAT YOU HAVE RECEIVED A COPY OF THIS CALENDAR.

                                                                                    DIANE M. FREMGEN

                                                                                    Clerk of Supreme Court