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C. Issues/rights waived by plea

State v. Benjamin D. Tarrant, 2009 WI App 121 For Tarrant: Susan E. Alesia, SPD, Madison Appellate Issue/Holding:   ¶6        Waiver. Before addressing the merits, the State argues that Tarrant’s no contest plea constitutes a waiver of all nonjurisdictional defects and defenses. State v. Multaler, 2002 WI 35, ¶54, 252 Wis. 2d 54, 643 N.W.2d… Read More

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State v. Rachel W. Kelty, 2006 WI 101, reversing unpublished decision For Kelty: Michael J. Fairchild Issue/Holding: ¶2     We are asked to decide whether an otherwise satisfactory guilty plea is sufficient to relinquish a double jeopardy/multiplicity challenge upon direct appeal. We conclude that a guilty plea relinquishes the right to assert a multiplicity… Read More

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 State v. Juan F. Milanes, 2006 WI App 259, PFR filed 12/7/06 For Milanes: Joan M. Boyd Issue/Holding: ¶13      A valid guilty or no contest plea waives all nonjurisdictional defenses to a conviction, including constitutional violations. See State v. Riekkoff, 112 Wis. 2d 119, 122-23, 332 N.W.2d 744 (1983). One exception to this rule is… Read More

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State v. Lawrencia Ann Bembenek, 2006 WI App 198, PFR filed 10/3/06 For Bembenek: Joseph F. Owens, Woehrer, Mary L. Issue: Whether Bembenek’s postconviction motion for DNA testing at State’s expense, as part of an effort to establish her innocence, was barred by her plea agreement whose terms included waiver of her right to direct… Read More

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State v. James S. Riedel, 2003 WI App 18, PFR filed 1/27/03 For Riedel: Ralph A. Kalal Issue/Holding: ¶8. At the outset, we reject the State’s threshold argument that Riedel is precluded from challenging the trial court’s suppression ruling based on Riedel’s conviction on the OWI charge and the dismissal of the PAC charge. The… Read More

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 State v. Phillip Cole, 2003 WI 112, on certification For Cole: Michael Gould, SPD, Milwaukee Issue/Holding: Although a facial challenge to the constitutionality of a statute is not waived by a guilty plea (because such a defect would go to subject matter jurisdiction, something not subject to waiver), an “as applied” challenged is waived by… Read More

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State v. Douglas J. Lasky, 2002 WI App 126, PFR filed 5/16/02 For Lasky: Eileen A. Hirsch, SPD, Madison Appellate Issue/Holding: Claim of “statutory double jeopardy,” § 939.71, not barred by guilty plea waiver rule; court therefore may consider merits of whether elements of federal bank robbery conviction are the same, and therefore preclude prosecution of… Read More

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State v. Anthony J. Randle, 2002 WI App 116, PFR filed 4/2/02 For Randle: Paul G. Bonneson Issue: Whether a territorial jurisdiction objection (that none of the constitutent elements occurred in the state, § 939.03(1)) is waived by guilty plea to a lesser offense. Holding: ¶14 In this case, we need not decide whether a defendant… Read More

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