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b. Sufficiency of admission

State v. Gavin S. Hill, 2016 WI App 29; case activity (including briefs) The court of appeals holds that the standards for alleging and applying the ordinary repeater enhancer under § 939.62 also govern the domestic abuse repeater enhancer under § 939.621. Thus, the state must either prove that the defendant was convicted of the required predicate… Read More

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State v. Razzie Watson, Sr., 2002 WI App 247 For Watson: Dennis Schertz Issue/Holding: ¶5 An admission from a defendant stating, “I am a repeater,” without more, is insufficient to constitute an admission of a prior conviction under WIS. STAT. §973.12(1). As the circuit court indicated in its colloquy, “repeater” and “habitual offender” are legal… Read More

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State v. David C. Liebnitz, 231 Wis.2d 272, 603 N.W.2d 208 (1999), on certification For Liebnitz: Rex R. Anderegg. Issue: Whether the defendant sufficiently admitted to an alleged repeater allegation so as to justify enhanced sentencing where, although he never disputed the allegation and in fact received the bargained-for sentence, he never distinctly admitted the… Read More

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