No. 83-528-CR.

116 Wis.2d 227 (1983)

341 N.W.2d 716

STATE of Wisconsin, Plaintiff-Respondent, v. James B. SHILLCUTT, Defendant-Appellant.

Court of Appeals of Wisconsin.

Decided November 2, 1983.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

For the defendant-appellant the cause was submitted on the briefs of Mark Lukoff, first assistant state public defender.

For the plaintiff-respondent the cause was submitted on the brief of Bronson C. La Follette, attorney general, and David J. Becker, assistant attorney general.

Before Scott, C.J., Brown, P.J., and Voss, J.


James B. Shillcutt appeals from a judgment of conviction, after a trial by jury, of soliciting prostitutes, contrary to sec. 944.32, Stats., and keeping a place of prostitution, contrary to sec. 944.34(2). The trial court sentenced Shillcutt to two consecutive five-year terms of imprisonment.

Shillcutt is a black male. The primary prosecution witness, Melody Plante, is a white female. At the time Shillcutt first met Plante, she was seventeen years...

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