No. 00-2590-CR.

265 Wis.2d 278 (2003)

2003 WI 121

666 N.W.2d 881

STATE of Wisconsin, Plaintiff-Appellant-Cross-Respondent, v. Matthew J. KNAPP, Defendant-Respondent-Cross-Appellant.

Supreme Court of Wisconsin.

Decided July 22, 2003.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

For the plaintiff-appellant-cross respondent the cause was argued by William L. Gansner, assistant attorney general, with whom on the briefs was Peggy A. Lautenschlager, attorney general.

For the defendant-respondent-cross appellant there were briefs by Robert G. LeBell, Milwaukee, and oral argument by Robert G. LeBell.


This case comes to us upon certification from the court of appeals on the issue of whether physical evidence obtained as the direct result of a Miranda1 violation should be suppressed when the violation was an intentional attempt to prevent the suspect from exercising his Fifth Amendment rights. Such review is necessary in light of the recent U.S. Supreme Court case of Dickerson v. United States...

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