No. 01-3267-CR.

263 Wis.2d 475 (2003)

2003 WI 88

665 N.W.2d 171

STATE of Wisconsin, Plaintiff-Appellant, v. Pamela L. PETERS, Defendant-Respondent.

Supreme Court of Wisconsin.

Decided July 3, 2003.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

For the plaintiff-appellant the cause was argued by Sandra L. Nowack, assistant attorney general, with whom on the briefs was Peggy A. Lautenschlager, attorney general.

For the defendant-respondent there was a brief (in the court of appeals) by Terry W. Rose and Rose & Rose, Kenosha, and oral argument by Terry W. Rose.


This case is before the court on certification from the court of appeals on a question of first-impression regarding the scope of Wisconsin's identity theft statute, Wis. Stat. § 943.201 (1999-2000).1 Specifically, the question is whether a defendant who misappropriates another's identity and uses it during an arrest and in subsequent bail proceedings to obtain lower bail has done so "to obtain credit...

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