No. 26.

56 Wis.2d 299 (1972)

201 N.W.2d 832

RUSECKI, Plaintiff in error, v. STATE, Defendant in error.

Supreme Court of Wisconsin.

Decided November 9, 1972.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

For the plaintiff in error there were briefs by Cotton, Rose & Rose and Terry W. Rose, all of Kenosha, and oral argument by Terry W. Rose.

For the defendant in error the cause was argued by Thomas J. Balistreri, assistant attorney general, with whom on the brief was Robert W. Warren, attorney general.


Two evidentiary questions are raised on this review:

1. Did the trial court err in not excluding Krass's testimony concerning the defendant's runaways, such information being communicated to him from the boy's parents?

2. Did the trial court err in not excluding the medical report and Krass's testimony concerning that report pursuant to sec. 885.21, Stats.?

A. Hearsay testimony.

It is the contention of defendant that the...

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