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court of appeals decision (1-judge; not for publication); for Cochran: Michael J. Schmidt; BiC; Resp. Probation Extension Extension of probation due to failure to discharge restitution obligation upheld, against argument Cochran had made good-faith effort to pay but lacked ability to do so… Read more

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State v. Travis Joe Brimer, Jr., 2010 WI App 57; for Brimer: Lora B. Cerone, SPD, Madison Appellate; Resp. Br.; Reply Br. “The right against self-incrimination only applies at criminal proceedings or “other proceeding … where the answers might incriminate [the defendant] in future criminal proceedings.” Allen v. Illinois, 478 U.S. 364, 368 (1986) (citations omitted),” ¶7. Because a reconfinement hearing… Read more

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State v. Clayborn L. Walker, 2008 WI 34, reversing 2007 WI App 142 For Walker: Amelia L. Bizzaro Issue: Whether the judge is required, at a TIS reconfinement hearing, to have read the original sentencing transcript. Holding: ¶3        We agree with the State and conclude that State v. Gee [3] misinterpreted our decision in Brown. We conclude that a circuit court is not… Read more

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State v. John C. Brown, 2006 WI 131, affirming 2006 WI App 44 For Brown: Randall E. Paulson, SPD, Milwaukee Appellate Amicus: Robert R. Henak and Amelia L. Bizzaro; Walter J. Dickey & David E. Schultz Issue/Holding: ¶22     We conclude that a reconfinement decision, like an initial sentencing decision, involves the circuit court’s discretion, and we review the… Read more

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State v. Donald Odom, 2006 WI App 145 For Odom: Eileen Miller Carter; J.C. Moore, SPD, Milwaukee Trial Issue/Holding: The requirement of sentencing after probation revocation that the judge review the original sentencing transcript, State v. Reynolds, 2002 WI App 15, 249 Wis. 2d 798, 643 N.W.2d 165 (Ct. App. 2001), does not apply to reconfinement after… Read more

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State v. Bernard G. Fearing, 2000 WI App 229, 239 Wis.2d 105, 619 N.W.2d 115 For Fearing: Patrick J. Stangl Issue: Whether a defendant must first raise a challenge to a condition of probation in a trial-level postconviction motion before seeking relief in the appellate court. Holding: Even if the rule that review of a sentence requires… Read more

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