2008 WI 118

 

Supreme Court of Wisconsin

 

 


 

 

 

Case No.:

2007AP230-W

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In the matter of the John Doe petition:

 

 

State of Wisconsin ex rel. Adrian T. Hipp,

††††††††† Petitioner,

†††† v.

The Honorable Marshall B. Murray, presiding,

††††††††† Respondent-Petitioner.

 

 

 

 

MOTION FOR RECONSIDERATION

2008 WI 67

Reported at: ___ Wis. 2d ___, 750 N.W.2d 873

 

 

Opinion Filed:

September 24, 2008

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ABRAHAMSON, C.J. and GABLEMAN, J., did not participate.

 

 

 

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2008 WI 118


notice

This opinion is subject to further editing and modification.The final version will appear in the bound volume of the official reports.

No.2007AP230-W

(L.C. No.

2006JD7)

STATE OF WISCONSIN††††††††††††††† †† :

IN SUPREME COURT

 

 

In the matter of the John Doe petition:

 

State of Wisconsin ex rel. Adrian T. Hipp,

 

††††††††† Petitioner,

 

†††† v.

 

The Honorable Marshall B. Murray, presiding,

 

††††††††† Respondent-Petitioner.

 

 

 

FILED

 

SEP 24, 2008

 

David R. Schanker

Clerk of Supreme Court

 

 

 

 

 


MOTION for reconsideration.Reconsideration denied.††

1†† PER CURIAM.†† Adrian T. Hipp moves the court for modification or reconsideration of its decision dated June 20, 2008.State ex rel. Hipp v. Murray, 2008 WI 67, ___ Wis. 2d ___, 750 N.W.2d 873.Hippís motion asks the court to remove the following sentence from 49 of the courtís opinion:

If the judge conducting this proceeding on remand determines that the crimes alleged in Hippís John Doe petition are beyond the applicable statute of limitations, the judge may deny the petition without subpoenaing and examining the designated witnesses.

2†† Hippís motion also asks the court to correct the first name of a person mentioned in 5, from "Lisa" Coleman to "Leslie" Coleman.

3†† The motion to reconsider the decision is denied, without costs.

Without objection, the court directs the Clerk of the Supreme Court to modify 5 of the court's June 20, 2008, decision so that the name "Lisa Coleman" reads "Leslie Coleman."

4†† CHIEF JUSTICE SHIRLEY S. ABRAHAMSON and JUSTICE MICHAEL J. GABLEMAN did not participate.