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State v. Michael McGee, 2017 WI App 39; case activity (including briefs) This is an important decision for the few, the happy few, who represent persons committed under ch. 980 in seeking supervised release. The court of appeals holds that the municipalities in which a committed person may be placed have the right to intervene in supervised release… Read More

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On review of published court of appeals decisions: Alger, 2013 WI App 148; Knipfer, 2014 WI App 9; case activity: Alger; Knipfer Issues (composed by On Point) Does the filing of a petition for discharge or supervised release under ch. 980 after the effective date of the adoption of 2011 Wisconsin Act 2 “commence” an… Read More

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State v. Dennis R. Thiel, 2012 WI App 48 (recommended for publication); for Thiel: Jeffrey W. Jensen; case activity SVP (Ch. 980) Supervised Release – Challenge to Conditions: Ripeness  Thiel’s challenge to 2 conditions of his supervised release from a ch. 980 commitment are ripe for review (the conditions relate to possible detention in a… Read More

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SVP – Supervised Release Procedure

State v. Edwin Clarence West, 2011 WI 83, affirming unpublished opinion; for West: Ellen Henak, SPD, Milwaukee Appellate; case activity [Companion case: State v. Nordberg, 2011 WI 84 (same result, controlled by West).] Someone under ch. 980 commitment as a sexually violent person bears the burden of proving by clear and convincing evidence the criteria for granting supervised release… Read More

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on bypass petition; for Nordberg: Donald T. Lang, SPD, Madison Appellate; case activity Issue: Whether someone under ch. 980 commitment as a sexually violent person bears the burden of proving by clear and convincing evidence the criteria for granting supervised release under § 980.08(4). The court of appeals held, in State v. Rachel, 2010 WI App 60, 324… Read More

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decision below: unpublished; for West: Ellen Henak, SPD. Milwaukee Appellate; case activity Issue (formulated by On Point): Whether, as a matter of statutory construction, due process and equal protection, the burden of proof on a § 980.08(4)(cg) petition for supervised release of a sexually violent release is on the State. A technical issue, but one significant… Read More

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State v. Tory L. Rachel, 2010 WI App 60; for Rachel: Donald T. Lang, SPD, Madison Appellate; BiC; Resp. Br.; Reply Br. SVP – Supervised Release Hearing: Burden of Proof on Petitioner Under revisions to § 980.08 wrought by 2005 Wis. Act 434 (eff. date 8/1/06), the burden of proof has been shifted from the… Read More

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State v. Shawn D. Schulpius, 2006 WI 1, affirming, 2004 WI App 39 For Schulpius: Ellen Henak, SPD, Milwaukee Appellate Issue/Holding1: Failure to place Schulpius on court-ordered supervised release did not “shock the conscience,” hence did not violate substantive due process, where the failure occurred despite good-faith, substantial efforts to comply with the order, ¶31… Read More

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