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MILWAUKEE COUNTY ) AFFIDAVIT OF GORDON THOMAS PRATT PAGE 1 OF 1 GORDON THOMAS PRATT, being first duly sworn on oath, deposes and states as follows. 1.1 married Carol Jean Niemann, now known as Carol J. Spizzirri on February 24, 1968.1 filed a petition for divorce in Milwaukee County Circuit Court, Family Court Branch, Milwaukee, Wisconsin on October 13,1980. A divorce was granted on November 5, 1981 by Judge Patricia S. Curley, Case No. 533969. 2. On or about September 5, 1979, my then wife, then known as Carol J. Pratt, was cited for shoplifting at Fore More Food Stores, 10130 W. Appleton Avenue, Milwaukee, WI. 2a. Attached hereto as Exhibit A is a true and correct copy of a September 15, 1979 letter to my then wife from her attorney and an accompanying September 12,1979 receipt for $100.00 paid to the Milwaukee County Clerk of Courts for the shoplifting criminal misdemeanor fine. 3. On May 9,1981, my then wife, then known as Carol J. Pratt, was arrested for shoplifting at the Boston Store, 7700 West Brown Deer Road, Milwaukee, WI, and was subsequently indicted by Milwaukee County Circuit Court, Criminal Division, Case No. 2-268035. On September 23,1981, my then-wife waived her right to a jury trial and pled guilty to all charges. 3a. Attached hereto as Exhibit B are true and correct copies of all available documents pertaining to the case as maintained and certified August 21,2007 by the Milwaukee County Clerk of Courts.
Gordon Thomas Pratt Subscribed and sworn before me on this / O day of _
Notary Public State of Wisconsin, Milwaukee County My commission _
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Enclosed p l e a s e find t h e r e c e i p t .
Carol P r a t t 5718 North 99th S t r e e t Milwaukee, Wisconsin
A L A N D. E I S E N B E R G , S.C.
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CIRCUIT COURT CRIMINAL DIVISION
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STATE OF W I S C O N S I N vs.
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Pratt, Carol J. 7530 s. 7'Hh Street Frank Lin WI 00000
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C O U P L A W l t t G WITMES5
THE ABOVE NAMED COMPLAINING WITNESS BEING DULY SWORN SAYS THAT THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANT IN THE COUNTY OF MILWAUKEE, STATE O - WISCONSIN, f on May 9, 1981, at 7760 U. Brown Doer Road, City of Milwaukee; did intent iorta I Ly take and carry away aierchand i se heLd for resale by the faLLowing named merchant, [loston Store, without said merchant's consent and with intent to depr i ve the sa i d merchant permanent 1 y of the possess i on of such merehandi se hav iriga value not exceed ing $500, contrary to W i scons i n Statutes sect i on 913.50 i1 )&<4 ) (a J „ Upon conviction of this charge, a Class A Misdemeanor, the masiaum possible penalty is a fine of not more than $10,GGt> or imprisonment for not more than 9 months or both . Cornp La i na n t states \ h a t he i s a City o I M i I Wa t I ee Po Lice ( f 1 i c er , . l t J and makes this comp La i nl based upon the faL Low i rig: Upon the statement of Scott R. Mur Ley, who stated to your comp la i r a i trt thai he is emp Loyed us a secur ity guard for Boston Store and that on the above date and Loca t j on wh J Le so emp Loyed l e per son a LI y i observed the defendant take 4 pair ' ; shor ts, i I op, 2 pair of jeans, ■ 2 pair of pants and 2 pot holders, held for resa Le by Boston Store and take and carry away and axil said store without pay i ng for sa id met" ch and i se i upon the further statement of Scott R. Hurley, who stated that the abovementioned merchandise was taken and carried away without the consent Of ( i le abovementioned store and that the retail value rn' said merchandise was Si i1.94. «* END OF COMPLAINT *«
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STATE OF WISCONSIN, CHIB DEPUTY PUtaMIH. P I L E D
SER231981 "^ffi&,PFy:iRcurrcouRi CRlMlNjM-DIVISION
GUN.TY PLEA QUESTIONNAIRE ft WAIVER OF moms
'■At*L., the above-named defendant I declare that:
in this criminal action, wish to enter a plea of guilty. 1. I a m d-Z. years old.
2. I have completed the
_ grade in school.
3. I have never been committed to a mental institution a s mentally ill or incompetent. 4. I am now in possession of all my faculties; I am not -currently using drags or alcohol to such an extent that it would interfere with my understanding of the court proceedings. 5. 1 understand that by pleading guilty, 1 will be giving up the following constitutional rights: (a) I will be giving up my right to remain silent; (b) I will be giving up my right to cross-examine or ask questions of the State's witnesses; (c) I will be giving up my right to call witnesses and make them come to court and testify for me; fd) I will be giving up my right to have my c a s e decided by 12 people sitting a s a jury; I understand that all 12 of those people would have to agree in order to reach a verdict; and (e) i will be giving up my right to make the State prove me guilty by evidence beyond a reasonable doubt. 6. I wish to give up these constitutional rights and plead guilty. (a) No one has made any threats against me to get me to give up these rights and plead guilty. (b) No one has made any promises to me, outside of any plea bargain in this case, to get me to give up these rights and plead guilty. 7. I understand that the Judge i s not bound to follow-any plea bargain or any recommendation made by the district attorney; I understand that the Judge i s free to sentence me to the maximum possible penalties in this c a s e .
8. I have discussed t h i s case and a l l the matters mentioned in t i n s questionnaire w i t h my
, and I am s a t i s f i e d
with the representation ] have received from my attorney 9. ! have read (or have bad read to me) this entire questionnaire and I understand its contents.
Dated at Milwaukee, W i s c o n s i n , this
state that ! am
lhai [the defendant personally read the questionnaire In my
the attorney for the above-named defendant;
presence) (I read the quesrionnnire to the defendant), thai 1 d i s c u s s e d and e x p l a i n e d the contents of the questionnaire to the defendant, that the defendant acknowledged his understanding of each item in this questionnaire, and that 1 p e r s o n a l l y observed the defendant s i g n and date this questionnaire.
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Court advised defendant of maximum sentence. Dofondont advised of his right to counsel. Court advised defendant of his right to trial uy Jury. ^-
CASE CONTINUED FOR C S O S T T J i r m A M O
TOTAL COSTS AOOiriOHAL MISCELLANIOUS F1NALTY ASSESSMENT
Kay 14, 1981 Cash ball returned on check request 0111717
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