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Interstate Agreement on Detainers – habeas corpus ad prosequendum

State v. Danny C. Eesley, 225 Wis.2d 248, 591 N.W.2d 846 (1999), affirming unpublished decision
For Eesley: Kyle H. Torvinen, Hendricks, Knudson, Gee, Hayden & Torvinen, S.C.

Issue/Holding: A writ of habeas corpus ad prosequendum, § 782.44 (1993-94), is not a detainer and therefore doesn’t trigger the trial deadline of the Interstate Act on Detainers, § 976.05.

The court declines, on waiver grounds, to address a potential argument that using the writ to transfer a defendant from federal prison to state court violates the Executive Privilege Clause in U.S. Const. Art. IV, § 2.

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