State v. Harrell, 2010 WI App 132 (filed 24 Aug. 2010) (ordered published 29 Sept. 2010)
A jury convicted Harrell of first-degree reckless homicide while armed and of being a felon in possession of a firearm. The court of appeals affirmed the conviction in an opinion written by Judge Fine.
First, the circuit court properly refused to suppress testimony about officers finding the gun under a chair cushion. The judge found that Harrell was “house sitting” and lawfully consented to officers entering the home to continue their noncustodial interrogation of him.