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B. Post-Charge, 6th Amendment

decision below: 2010 WI App 11; for Forbush: Craig Mastantuono; Rebecca M. Coffee Issues: Whether the right to counsel under the Wisconsin Constitution prohibits the state from interrogating a represented individual once the state is aware of the representation Whether a suspect made an equivocal request for counsel during police questioning, thereby invoking his right… Read More

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court of appeals decision, review granted 3/16/10; for Forbush: Craig A. Mastantuono, Rebecca M. Coffee Post-Charge Assertion of Right to Counsel during Interrogation The mere fact that an attorney represents a defendant formally charged with a crime doesn’t bar the police from questioning the defendant; State v. Todd Dagnall, 2000 WI 82 (“Dagnall was not required… Read More

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State v. Scott Leason Badker, 2001 WI App 27, 240 Wis. 2d 460, 623 N.W.2d 142 For Badker: Timothy A. Provis Issue: Whether the bail jumping offense was closely related to the homicide, within the meaning of the 6th amendment, so that the right to counsel attached under the latter as well as the former… Read More

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