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Court does not second-guess credibility determination (access required)

An employer who argued the employee’s testimony was inherently incredible lost on appeal because the court does not second-guess credibility determinations made by the commission. Background On May 12, 2017, claimant was employed as an “outside plant tech” for employer. ...

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Conviction for failing to reregister as a sex offender upheld (access required)

Where an officer’s testimony and a record keeper’s affidavit demonstrated that the defendant missed a sex-offender reregistration date, and the defendant’s statements to the officer that he thought he had mailed the form in gave rise to a presumption that ...

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Wife sanctioned for violating property settlement agreement (access required)

A wife who twice violated terms of a property settlement agreement was sanctioned by the court.  A third sanction was vacated, however, because it was a criminal contempt sanction in what the circuit court maintained was a civil contempt proceeding. ...

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Husband’s stock sale could not be traced to purchase of marital property (access required)

Where a husband and wife purchased a farm and constructed a home on the property shortly after their marriage and the husband was unable to demonstrate that the proceeds from the sales of stock he had held before the marriage ...

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