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Wisconsin (2008)

State v. McNeal, WI App 34, ¶ 1, 375 Wis. 2d 798, 899 N.W.2d 738 (2017)

There was false imprisonment where the defendant pinned, strangled, and sexually assaulted the victim

State v. Johnson, (2017) WI App 50, ¶ 1, 377 Wis. 2d 336, 900 N.W.2d 872, Unpublished

The court discussed why battery would not be a lesser included offense of strangulation.

Bell v. Dep’t of Child. & Fams.,  WI App 47, 363 Wis. 2d 527, 867 N.W.2d 430 (2015)

A child care provider lost her license for failure to report when her ex-husband moved into the house. The ex-husband was convicted for strangulation. Given the seriousness of the crime, there was a risk of endangerment to the health, safety, and welfare of children.

State v. Fogle, (2005) WI App 254, 288 Wis. 2d 460, 706 N.W.2d 702, Unpublished

Strangulation for 1 minute amounted to false imprisonment. Dr. Kevin Fullin testified it was common for defendants to have injuries by the person trying to resist strangulation; It was not ineffective assistance of counsel to withdraw request for self defense instruction.

State v. Jelinek (2004) 679 WN.W.2d 926, Unpublished

Court found loss of consciousness from strangulation and pouring cleaning agent in her eyes satisfied the requirement of substantial risk of death.

State v. Rymer,(1987) 138 Wis. 2d 528, 406 N.W.2d 171 , Unpublished

OK to introduce prior evidence of strangulation in a strangulation case.