Wisconsin v. Lee

Nonparty Brief of National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers.

Brief filed: 08/12/2021

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Wisconsin v. Lee

Supreme Court of Wisconsin; Case No. 2019AP221-CR

Prior Decision

Decision below 955 N.W.2d 424 (Wisc. Ct. App. 2021)

Argument(s)

NACDL’s amicus brief argues that lengthy delays in the appointment of counsel unconstitutionally prejudice the accused’s ability to mount a defense.  Failing to appoint counsel promptly hinders opportunities for pretrial release.  Delaying the appointment of counsel prevents early investigation and evidence gathering.  Failing to appoint counsel promptly also delays critical counseling and negotiations. 

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Author(s)

Jerome F. Buting, Buting, Williams & Stilling, S.C., Brookfield, WI.

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