• 01.Felonies
    • Under Wisconsin criminal law, a felony conviction carries with it potential term in the a Wisconsin state prison.

      The following are the penalties for the nine classes of felonies:
      • Class A Felony - life in prison
      • Class B Felony - up to 60 yrs in prison
      • Class C Felony - up to 40 yrs and $100,000
      • Class D Felony - up to 25 yrs and $100,000
      • Class E Felony - up to 15 yrs and $50,000
      • Class F Felony - up to 12 1/2 yrs and $25,000
      • Class G Felony - up to 10 yrs and $25,000
      • Class H Felony - up to 6 yrs and $10,000
      • Class I Felony - up to 3 1/2 yrs and $10,000
      Felony conviction also carry with it a LIFETIME weapons prohibition (not allowed to own OR possess a firearm – not allowed to hunt) and you will no longer be eligible to vote or serve on a jury until your sentence is completed.
  • 02.Misdemeanors
    • A misdemeanor charge carries a potential jail time as opposed to prison.  This means you may be sentenced a county or local jail instead of incarceration in the Wisconsin State Prison System.  Some prosecutors charge a Habitual penalty – repeat offender enhancer, which increases the incarceration portion of the misdemeanor penalty to include a prison sentence of up to two years.

      • Class A Misdemeanor - up to 9 months in prison, files of up to $10,000
      • Class B Misdemeanor - up to 90 days in prison, files of up to $1,000
      • Class C Misdemeanor - up to 30 days in prison, files of up to $500
  • 03.Ordinance violations or municipal citations
    • An ordinance violation or forfeiture is a statute enacted by a county, city, or town.  These are not considered criminal convictions and do not involve an arrest.  Speeding and parking citations are examples of City or County ordinance violations.

      Many others common citations issued are as follows:  Disorderly conduct, retail theft, theft, battery, possession of a controlled substance, speeding and the numerous other traffic violations many of us are familiar with.
  • NOT GUILTY
    • 3 cts 2nd-Degree Recklessly Endangering Safety Felony G [State v. Charles W.]
    • Delivery of Marijuana [State v. James M.]
    • Second Degree Sexual Assault (Two Counts) and Burglary [State v. Almamy F.]
    • Child Abuse - Termination of Parental Rights [State v. C. M.]
    • Substantial Battery [State v. Amjed K.]
    • Domestic Violence Disorderly Conduct [State v. Anthony H.]
    • Second Degree Recklessly Endangering Safety [State v. Keith H.]
    • Disorderly Conduct, While Armed [State v. Brian S.]
    • Substantial Battery [State v. Howard B.]
    • 1st Degree Reckless Injury [State v. Darrell C.]
    • Operate Motor Vehicle while Intoxicated [City of Cudahy v. Faith W.]
    • Carry Concealed Weapon [State v. Juanita N.]
    • Domestic Violence Battery and Domestic Violence Disorderly Conduct [State v. Corey G.]
    • 3rd Degree Sexual Assault Felony G [State v. Robert M.]
    • Battery to Law Enforcement [State v. Scott W.]
    • Operating While Intoxicated 1st (Municipal) [West Allis v. Steve L.]
    • Felon Possess Firearm Felony G [State v. Christopher D.]
    • Substantial Battery-Intend Subst. Harm Felony D [State v. Ryan A.]
    • First Degree Reckless Injury [State v. Tim J.]
    • 2nd Deg. Sex. Assault/Unconscious Victim Felony C [State v. Timothy M.]
        
  • REDUCED SENTENCE
    • Felony Drunk Driving [State v. Brian M.]
    • Bomb Scares Felony I [State v. Mile C.]
    • Burglary-Building or Dwelling Felony F [State v. William L.]
    • Theft-Business Setting >$10,000 Felony G [State v. David M.]
    • Possession of Narcotic Drugs Felony I [State v. Richard R.]
    • Child Abuse-Intentionally Cause Harm Felony H [State v. Sandra F.]
    • Possession of Narcotic Drugs-Methadone Felony I [State v. Zach W.]
    • Possession of Child Pornography [United States v. David D.]
    • Homicide by Intoxicated Use of Motor Vehicle (Milwaukee County), 2007 [State v. Bryan A.]
    • Operating While Intoxicated 2nd [State v. Jason S.]
    • Burglary-Building or Dwelling Felony F [State v. Kevin H.]
    • Manufacture/Deliver THC (>200-1000g) Felony H [State v. Cimarron M.]
    • Child Abuse-Intentionally Cause Harm Felony H [State v. Jeffrey H.]
    • Maintain Drug Trafficking Place Felony I [State v. Debra H.]
        
  • PROBATION
    • Theft-Movable Property >$2500-$5000 Felony I [State v. Curtis F.]
    • Armed Robbery with Threat of Force, class C felony Bank Robbery [State v. Chrystal B.]
    • First Degree Reckless Injury, While Armed with a Dangerous Weapon [State v. Christopher G.]
    • Second Degree Sexual Assault of Child and Child Enticement [State v. Benny C.]
    • Burglary-Building or Dwelling Felony F [State v. Matthew L.]
    • Felon Possess Firearm Felony G; Carrying a Concealed Weapon Misdemeanor A [State v. Teri W.]
        
  • DISMISSED
    • 13 extended supervision violations [Department of Corrections v. Courtney F.]
    • Theft By Contractor Felony [State v. Robert R.]
    • Substantial Battery and False Imprisonment [State v. Kenner B.]
    • Forfeiture of Motor Vehicle [State v. Jennifer M.]
    • Possession of Firearm by Felon Felony G Evidence [State v. Anthony H.]
    • Robbery, Use of Force [State v. Juan T.]
    • Maintain Drug Trafficking Place Felony I [State v. Shaqueena T.]
    • Possession of Marijuana with Intent to Deliver [State v. Daniel D.]
    • Sexual Assault of a Child Allegation [State v. Aaron E.]
    • Second Degree Sexual Assault of Child (Two Counts) [State v. Andrew H.]
    • Possession of Marijuana, Second or Subsequent Offense [State v. Joseph H.]
    • Substantial Battery-Intend Bodily Harm Felony I [State v. Grant R.]
    • Endanger Safety/Reckless Use of Firearm Felony G [State v. Doumay L.]
    • 2nd-Degree Recklessly Endangering Safety Felony G [State v. Larry R.]
    • 2nd Degree Sexual Assault/Use of Force Felony C [State v. Pedro D.]
        
  • NEW TRIAL AWARDED
    • Kidnapping [State v. Joel R.]
        
    
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