Olson says that the DOC extended his probation by six months without notice to him, and he shouldn’t have to pay the fees associated with those six months. The court of appeals has two problems with this claim: the record contains an order for the extension, apparently signed by him, and his probation ended in 1997.
That last part means, pursuant to State v. Bell, 122 Wis. 2d 427, 362 N.W.2d 443 (Ct. App. 1984), that there’s no procedural mechanism by which Olson can bring his claim. Wis. Stat. § 974.06 doesn’t help, because Olson isn’t in any form of custody related to his long-past conviction, so he’s out of luck.