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									                              KEITH A. FINDLEY

  University of Wisconsin Law School            Office: (608) 262-4763
                    975 Bascom Mall             Fax: (608) 263-3380
                 Madison, WI 53706              E-Mail: kafindle@


  Yale Law School, J.D., 1985
     Student Director, Cheshire Prison Project, 1983-84; C. LaRue Munson Prize, June 1984
  Indiana University, B.A. with Distinction, Political Science, 1981
     Phi Beta Kappa; IU Merit Scholarship; Elmer W. Hunsicker Scholarship; Dean=s List


  January 1997Bpresent

     Research Director, 2008-present
     Clinical Professor of Law, May 2005-present
     Clinical Associate Professor of Law, June 1998-May 2005
     Clinical Assistant Professor of Law, January 1997-May 1998
     Co-Director, Wisconsin Innocence Project
     Co-Director, Criminal Appeals Project

  July 1990BJanuary 1997

     Assistant State Public Defender, Trial Division, July 1996-January 1997
     Assistant State Public Defender, Appellate Division, July 1990-July 1996

  June 1985-June 1990

     Deputy Director/Clinical Assistant Professor, January 1990-June 1990
     Clinical Assistant Professor/Supervising Attorney, July 1988-December 1989
     Clinical Instructor/Supervising Attorney, June 1985-December 1989

  Law Clerk, ZELDES, NEEDLE & COOPER, P.C., Bridgeport, CT
  June 1984-August 1984

  June 1983BAugust 1983
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  Equal Justice Medal, Legal Aid Society of Milwaukee, September 4, 2008
  Hanson Memorial Advocates Prize, Wisconsin Association of Criminal Defense
     Lawyers, February 5, 2007
  William Gorham Rice Civil Libertarian of the Year, American Civil Liberties Union of
     Wisconsin, March 27, 2004
  Leaders in the Law Award, WISCONSIN LAW JOURNAL, March 23, 2004
  2002 Charles Dunn Author Award, State Bar of Wisconsin, awarded May 7, 2003
  Madison Civics Club Award for Outstanding Work Promoting Justice, Jan. 25, 2003
  Lawyer of the Year, Milwaukee County Bar Association, June 2001


  Research Committee, 2007-present
  Curriculum Committee, Chairperson, 2006-2007
  Academic Planning Council, University of Wisconsin Law School, April 2002-March


  President, Innocence Network, (international affiliation of 52 innocence projects from
      the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, New Zealand, and Australia), 2009-
  Board of Directors, Innocence Network, 2005-present
              Chair, Committee on Amici and Policies, 2005-2009
  Steering Committee, Innocence Network, 2003-2005
  Wisconsin Criminal Justice Study Commission, August 2005-present
  Wisconsin Assembly Judiciary Committee Avery Task Force, Dec. 2003-2005
  Editorial Advisory Board, WISCONSIN DEFENDER (Wisconsin Public Defender’s Journal
      of Research and Education), 1996-present
  Board of Directors, Criminal Law Section, State Bar of Wisconsin, 2001-present


   “Wrongful Conviction” in ENCYCLOPEDIA      OF   PSYCHOLOGY   AND   LAW (forthcoming

  “Toward a New Paradigm of Criminal Justice: How the Innocence Movement Merges
  Crime Control and Due Process,” 41 TEX. TECH. L. REV. 133 (2008)

  “Innocents at Risk: Adversary Imbalance, Forensic Science, and the Search for Truth,”
  38 SETON HALL L. REV. 893 (2008)
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 “National Eyewitness Identification Network,” 15 WISCONSIN DEFENDER 16
(Winter/Spring 2007)

“The Multiple Dimensions of Tunnel Vision in Criminal Cases,” 2006 WISCONSIN LAW
REVIEW 291 (with Michael Scott)

“The Pedagogy of Innocence: Reflections on the Role of Innocence Projects in Clinical
Legal Education,” 13 CLINICAL LAW REVIEW 231 (2006)

“Rediscovering the Lawyer School: Curriculum Reform in Wisconsin,” 24 WISCONSIN

“Wisconsin Takes the Lead in Improving the Criminal Justice System,” Criminal Law
News,     State    Bar    of    Wisconsin      (July     2005),    available    at

“Taping would help prevent wrongful convictions,” MILWAUKEE JOURNAL SENTINEL,
Sunday, February 13, 2005, p. J-1

“Re-Imagining Justice,” 12 WISCONSIN DEFENDER 11 (Winter 2004)

“Learning from Our Mistakes: A Criminal Justice Commission to Study Wrongful
Convictions,” 38 CAL. WESTERN L. REV. 333 (2002)

“New Laws Reflect the Power and Potential of DNA,” 75 WISCONSIN LAWYER 20 (May

“Lessons from the Innocent,” WISCONSIN ACADEMY REVIEW, Vol. 44, No. 4, at 33 (Fall
2001) (with John Pray)

“Jail Credit for Time Spent Outside the Walls,” WISCONSIN DEFENDER, Vol. 9 Issue 3, at
4 (September 2001)

Editor: WISCONSIN DEFENDER, the Wisconsin Public Defender=s Journal of Research
and Education, May 1993-January 1996

Case Digest (a regular review of all Wisconsin appellate court decisions in criminal
cases) as well as a variety of other news and commentary items in each issue of
WISCONSIN DEFENDER between May 1993 and August 1995

“The Mentally Incompetent Defendant on Appeal: Dilemmas for Defense Counsel and
Courts,” WISCONSIN DEFENDER, Vol. 1, No. 4, November/December 1993, p. 4
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   “Access, Accuracy & Fairness: The Federal Presentence Report under Julian and the
   Sentencing Guidelines,” 1989 WISCONSIN LAW REVIEW 837 (with Meredith Ross)


Law School & University Courses Taught:

   Advanced Criminal Procedure: Representing the Criminal Appellant, 1997-04, 2006-07
   Appellate Advocacy II, 1997-2005, 2007
   Selected Problems in Criminal Justice Administration: Claims of Innocence, 1998-2009
   Selected Problems in Criminal Justice Administration: Wrongful Convictions, Causes
       and Remedies, 2001
   Legal Assistance to Institutionalized Persons Project, 1985-1990, 1997-2001
   Sociology 406: Selected Topics in Sociology, The Law in Action (segment on Current
       Issues in Criminal Law: DNA Evidence) Spring 1999, Spring 2000
   Legal Studies 444: The Law in Action (segment on Wrongful Convictions), 2003-2006
   Criminal Procedure, Spring 1989, 2003-2007
   Law and Correctional and Mental Health Institutions, 1985-1989

Selected Attorney Training & Professional Presentations:

   Highlights from the Last Year of Innocence Jurisprudence, Innocence Network
   Annual Conference, Houston, TX, March 21, 2009

   Everything But Legislation: Tools for Advancing Eyewitness ID Reform, Innocence
   Network Annual Conference, Houston, TX, March 21, 2009

   Discerning Innocence, Center on Wrongful Convictions of Youth, Northwestern
   University School of Law, February 26, 2009

   Forensic Evidence: In with the Good, Out with the Bad, National Association of
   Criminal Defense Lawyers 7th Annual State Legislative Network Conference,
   Milwaukee, WI, August 1, 2008

   Understanding Eyewitness Identification Evidence, United States Attorney's Office,
   Milwaukee, WI, June 26, 2008

   Enough Already: Preventing Wrongful Convictions, 2008 Joint Annual Meetings of
   Law And Society Association and Canadian Law and Society Association, Montreal,
   Quebec, Canada, May 31, 2008

   New Developments in Eyewitness Identification that Every Criminal Defense Lawyer
   Must Know, State Bar of Wisconsin 2008 Annual Convention, May 7, 2008, Madison,
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The Future of Innocence: As DNA Exonerations Decline, Do Wrongful Convictions
Still Matter?, 2008 District of Columbia Judicial and Bar Conference, Transitions:
The Future of the Legal Profession, Washington, D.C., April 11, 2008

Can We Reduce the Number of Wrongful Convictions without Too Many Unjust
Acquittals?, Convicting the Innocent: A Symposium, Texas Tech Law Review,
Lubbock, TX, April 4, 2008

Litigation/Investigation: Cause of Death – Flawed and Fraudulent Diagnoses, 2008
Innocence Network Conference, Santa Clara University School of Law, Santa Clara,
CA, March 29, 2008

Innocence Commissions, 2008 Innocence Network Conference, Santa Clara
University School of Law, Santa Clara, CA, March 29, 2008

Understanding Eyewitness Identification Evidence, Wisconsin Administrative Law
Judges Training, Madison, WI, January 16, 2008

Guilt v. Guiltiness: Are the Right Rules for Trying Factual Innocence Inevitably the
Wrong Rules for Trying Culpability? Evidence Law Section Panel (with Christopher
Slobogin, Edward Imwinkelried, Eleanor Swift, and Michael Risinger), Association
of American Law Schools Annual Meeting, New York, NY, January 5, 2008

The Possibilities for and Challenges of Responding to Wrongful Convictions through
Law School Innocence Projects, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, faculty forum,
November 14, 2007

Representing the Innocent, University of Nevada-Las Vegas, November 13, 2007

New Issues and Strategies for Eyewitness Identification Litigation, Wisconsin Public
Defender’s Annual Criminal Defense Conference, Milwaukee, WI, October 11, 2007

The Power of Innocence: Challenging Assumptions on Law and Clinical Pedagogy,
AALS Workshop on Clinical Legal Education, New Orleans, LA, May 5, 2007

Handling the Difficult Case: Representing the Innocent Defendant (keynote address),
Washington Defender Association, Winthrop, WA, April 27, 2007

Tunnel Vision: Dealing with Overzealous Prosecutors in Innocence Cases,
Innocence Network Conference, Harvard Law School, Cambridge, MA, March 25,

Crime, Punishment—and Truth by Testing, Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts, &
Letters Academy Evenings, Milwaukee, WI, November 2, 2006
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Election 2006: Will a Wisconsin Death Penalty Make Us a Better Society?, 4th Street
Forum (for Milwaukee Public Television), Milwaukee, WI, November 2, 2006

Symposium: The Death Penalty, Edgewood College, Madison, WI, October 19, 2006

Facing Life: The Retrial of Evan Zimmerman, Wisconsin State Public Defender
Annual Criminal Defense Conference, Milwaukee, WI, September 28, 2006

Actual Innocence, Texas Center for the Judiciary, 2006 Criminal Justice Conference,
Frisco, TX, August 3, 2006

Recent Developments on Eyewitness Identification Reform, 2006 Litigating
Eyewitness Identifications Conference, Public Defender Service for the District of
Columbia, Washington, D.C., June 17, 2006

Working with Policy Reform Allies, 2006 Innocence Network National Policy
Training and Advocacy Conference, New York, NY, June 3, 2006

“Justice for All,” The Innocence Project’s Effect on Sexual Assault Victims, 9th
Annual Sexual Assault Awareness Month Breakfast Conference, Milwaukee, WI,
April 28, 2006

Crime, Punishment—and Truth By Testing, Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts &
Letters Academy Evenings, Madison, WI, April 11, 2006

Reflections on “After Innocence,” Creighton University School of Law Public Interest
Law Foundation, Omaha, NE, March 22, 2006

The Progress of Eyewitness Identification Procedure Reform, and The Life & Times
of Commissions, both presented at the 2006 Innocence Network Conference, Seattle,
WA, March 18, 2006

Appellate Defender Training, National Legal Aid & Defender Association, Chicago,
IL, Jan. 26-29, 2006

The Problem of Tunnel Vision in Criminal Cases (with Michael Scott), paper
presented at Wisconsin Law Review Symposium, “Preventing Wrongful Convictions:
Reexamining Fundamental Principles of Criminal Law to Protect the Innocent,”
Madison, WI, November 18, 2005

The Pedagogy of Innocence: Reflections on the Role of Innocence Projects in Clinical
Legal Education, paper presented at the Sixth International Clinical Conference
sponsored by the UCLA School of Law and the University of London Institute of
Advanced Legal Studies, Lake Arrowhead, CA, October 28, 2005

Rediscovering the Lawyer School: Curriculum Reform in Wisconsin, paper presented
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at the International Conference on “Legal Education Reform: Reflections and
Perspectives,” National Taiwan University College of Law, Taipei, Taiwan,
September 16, 2005

Changing State Policy Using Commissions, Task Forces, and the State Bar, National
Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers’ 4th Annual State Legislative Network
Conference, Portland, OR, August 4, 2005

Police Responses to Wrongful Convictions, Wisconsin Problem-Oriented Leadership
Institute for Chief Executives (POLICE), Madison, WI, July 21, 2005

Preventing Wrongful Convictions, Wisconsin Police Chiefs Midwinter Training,
Kohler, WI, March 11, 2005

Issues of Eyewitness Identification and Exoneration, Drake Law School, Des Moines,
IA, January 26, 2005

Workshop on Ensuring a Reliable and Effective Criminal Justice System, A Common
Quest for Justice, panel on Remedying the Flaws: The Roles of State and Local
Commissions in Examining and Improving System Operations. Workshop sponsored
by the Justice Management Institute, the American Judicature Society, the National
Judicial College, and the Open Society Institute, Chapel Hill, NC, December 10, 2004

Law Enforcement Responses to Wrongful Convictions, Police Executive Group, Fond
du Lac, WI, November 4, 2004

Panelist: Eyewitness Identification Law Reform: Strengthening Alliances between
Public Defenders and the Private Bar, Joint Leadership Training with the National
Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and the National Legal Aid & Defender
Association, Atlanta, GA, October 15, 2004

The Avery Task Force & Criminal Justice Reforms, Wisconsin State Public Defender
Annual Conference, Milwaukee, WI, October 8, 2004.

The Wisconsin Innocence Project, University Foundation, Bascom Hill Society,
University of Wisconsin-Madison, October 1, 2004

Crime Victims and Wrongful Convictions, Wisconsin Department of Justice Victim-
Witness Coordinator’s Regional Training, Green Lake, WI, September 30, 2004; Eau
Claire, WI, October 6, 2004; Wauwatosa, WI, October 8, 2004

Promoting Justice in Wisconsin, Wisconsin Joint Legislative-Judicial Conference on
“Addressing Injustices in the Justice System,” Madison, WI, September 29, 2004

Police Responses to Wrongful Convictions, Wisconsin Problem-Oriented Leadership
Institute for Chief Executives (POLICE), Madison, WI, July 28, 2004
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Capital Punishment, Faith Communities Working Together for the Common Good, Sun
Prairie, WI, May 5, 2004

Panel Discussion: The Steven Avery Case, Marquette University School of Law,
Milwaukee, WI, March 24, 2004

The Politics of Innocence, Dane County Democratic Party, Madison, WI, March 22, 2004

What Can the Criminal Justice System Learn from Exonerations? University Roundtable,
University of Wisconsin-Madison, February 11, 2004

Preventing Wrongful Convictions, Wisconsin Supreme Court Criminal Law &
Sentencing Institute, Green Bay, WI, May 15, 2003

Innocence and the Death Penalty (moderator and organizer), with former Illinois
Governor George H. Ryan, Professor Larry Marshall, Christopher Ochoa, and Jeanette
Popp, Madison, WI, April 28, 2003

Legislation and Policy, Innocence Network National Conference 2003, panelist with
Barry Scheck, Sister Helen Prejean, Richard Rosen, Steve Drizin, New Orleans, LA,
March 29, 2003

Truth In Sentencing II: A Program for the Criminal Defense Lawyer (panelist on “A
Defense Look at the Code—Legal Challenges”), Wisconsin Public Defender Training,
Milwaukee, WI, January 10, 2003

Innocence Projects as the New Civil Rights Movement, American Society of
Criminology, Chicago, IL, November 14, 2002

Innocence Commissions and Eyewitness Reform, panelist with James Lockyer and Peter
Neufeld, National Innocence Projects Conference, San Diego, CA, January 19, 2002

Creative Litigation and Investigation Strategies, panelist with Barry Scheck, John Pray,
Linda Starr, Jacqueline McMurtrie, and Carmella Simoncini, National Innocence Projects
Conference, San Diego, CA, January 19, 2002

Faculty, Appellate Defender Training, National Legal Aid & Defender Association, New
Orleans, LA, annually, 1997-2001, 2003

Science and the Law: DNA, Wisconsin Supreme Court Judicial Education Program,
Madison, WI, September 20, 2001

DNA and Genetic Testing Issues...Looking Beyond the Evidence, 2001 Wisconsin
State Bar Annual Convention Presidential Showcase, panel presentation with John
Pray, Barry Scheck, and Peter Neufeld, Lake Geneva, WI, May 3, 2001
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What if You’re Not Guilty? Eyewitness Error in the Criminal Justice System, forum at
Andrews University, Berrien Springs, Michigan, cosponsored by Northwestern
University School of Law, May 2, 2001

Innocence and the Death Penalty, with Marquette Law School Dean Howard
Eisenberg, the Inns of Court, Waukesha, WI, April 12, 2001

Media and the Work of the Wisconsin Innocence Project, Wisconsin Media Relations
Association, Madison, WI, December 2, 2000

DNA: Pouring Water on the Smoking Gun, Dane County Bar Association, luncheon
presentation, Madison, WI, April 25, 2000

Proving Innocence with DNA: Just the Tip of the Iceberg, Dane County Bar Association,
Criminal Law Section, luncheon presentation, Madison, WI, April 20, 2000

How to Start an Innocence Project, National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
Midwinter Meeting & Seminar, New Orleans, LA, February 25, 2000

The Wisconsin Innocence Project, Wisconsin Coalition Against the Death Penalty
Annual Conference, Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI, October 9, 1999

Innocence Projects, Wisconsin Public Defender’s Conference, Milwaukee, WI,
September 17, 1999

Motions in Limine, Wisconsin State Bar Convention, Green Bay, WI, July 1999

Faculty, Appellate Training, Indiana Public Defender Council, Indianapolis, IN, April 8-
9, 1999

Faculty, Appellate Defender Training, National Legal Aid & Defender Association,
Indianapolis, IN, October 21-October 23, 1996

Faculty, Appellate Defender Training, National Legal Aid & Defender Association, Estes
Park, CO, May 18-May 20, 1995

Wisconsin Case Law Update, Wisconsin Public Defender=s Criminal Defense
Conference, Oconomowoc, WI, October 7, 1994

The Written Word: Creative Uses of Legal Writing from Pre-Trial Through Appeal,
National Legal Aid & Defender Association Seventy-First Annual Conference,
Albuquerque, NM, November 13, 1993
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   Wisconsin Cases—The Year in Review, Wisconsin State Public Defender=s Criminal
   Defense Conference, Oconomowoc, WI, October 22, 1993

   Faculty, Wisconsin State Public Defender Appellate Division Spring Regional Training
   Seminar, Fond du Lac, WI, April 30, 1993

   Time Cut Motions and Challenges to Fines and Restitution, Wisconsin State Public
   Defender=s Criminal Defense Conference, Milwaukee, WI, November 14, 1991

Legislative Testimony:

    Wisconsin Senate and Assembly Judiciary Committee Joint Hearing on 2005 Assembly
    Bill 648, which reforms eyewitness identification procedures, establishes a state policy
    that police must electronically record interrogations of suspects, and addresses issues
    surrounding preservation and testing of DNA evidence.

    Wisconsin Assembly Judiciary Committee Avery Task Force, December 22, 2003,
    addressing the errors that led to Steven Avery’s wrongful conviction, and suggesting
    policy reforms to prevent future similar injustices

    Wisconsin Assembly Committee on Courts & Corrections, on AB 291, which provided
    for postconviction DNA testing and extension of the statute of limitations in sexual
    assault cases where DNA identifies the perpetrator, April 4, 2001.

    Wisconsin Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on proposed legislation modifying the
    statute of limitations on sexual assault charges in which the state has DNA evidence,
    and on proposed legislation governing postconviction DNA testing, March 7, 2000

    Wisconsin Assembly Committee on Courts & Corrections and Committee on Criminal
    Justice joint hearing on proposed amendments to the statutes governing postconviction
    DNA testing, March 1, 2000

    Wisconsin Senate Judiciary Committee, on behalf of the Wisconsin Public Defender, on
    hearing on legislation that would create the death penalty in Wisconsin, June 16, 1993.


   United States Supreme Court – 1993
   Wisconsin Supreme Court – 1985
   U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit – 1988
   U.S. District Court, Western District of Wisconsin – 1986
   U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Wisconsin – 1986

SAMPLE APPELLATE CASES LITIGATED (published decisions only):
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Lindh v. Murphy, 117 S.Ct. 2059 (1997) (co-counsel) (Habeas corpus provisions of the
Antiterrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act of 1996 are not retroactive)

Adams v. Bertrand, 453 F.3d 428 (7th Cir. 2006) (granting habeas relief on grounds
of ineffective assistance of counsel)

State v. Edmunds, 2008 WI App 33, 746 N.W.2d 590 (granting a new trial based on
new medical evidence challenging shaken baby syndrome theories presented at trial)

State v. Hibl, 2006 WI 52, 290 Wis.2d 595, 714 N.W.2d 194 (amicus curiae brief)
(standards for admissibility of eyewitness identification evidence)

State v. Shomberg, 2006 WI 9, 288 Wis.2d 1, 709 N.W.2d 370 (amicus curiae brief)
(standards for admission of expert testimony on eyewitness identification evidence)

State v. Dubose, 2005 WI 126, 699 N.W.2d 582 (amicus curiae brief) (adopting revised
standards for admissibility of eyewitness identification evidence)

State v. Armstrong, 2005 WI 119, 700 N.W.2d 98 (amicus curiae brief) (addressing
standards for granting new trials based on postconviction DNA testing)

State v. Moran, 2005 WI 115, 700 N.W.2d 884 (amicus curiae brief) (addressing
standards for obtaining postconviction DNA testing)

In re Jerrell C.J., 2005 WI 105, 283 Wis.2d 145, 699 N.W.2d 110 (amicus curiae brief)
(arguing that court should mandate electronic recording of juvenile interrogations)

State v. McDowell, 2004 WI 70, 681 N.W.2d 500 (amicus curiae brief) (standards
governing counsel’s duty to disclosed intended client perjury)

State v. Zimmerman, 2003 WI App 196, 266 Wis.2d 1003, 669 N.W.2d 762 (failure to
investigate and present exculpatory evidence constituted ineffective assistance of

State v. McDowell, 2003 WI App 1689, 266 Wis. 2d 599, 669 N.W.2d 204 (amicus
curiae brief) (standards governing counsel’s duty to disclose intended client perjury)

State v. Davison, 2003 WI 89, 263 Wis.2d 145, 666 N.W.2d 1 (double jeopardy and
multiplicity are distinct claims; multiple convictions under separate battery statutes are

United States v. Scanga, 225 F.3d 780 (7th Cir. 2000) (application of sentencing
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State v. Schwebke, 2002 WI 55, 253 Wis. 2d 1, 644 N.W.2d 666 (disorderly conduct can
be committed by sending unwanted mailings that the recipient deems harassing;
consecutive terms of probation are impermissible)

State v. Davison, 2002 WI App 109, 255 Wis. 2d 715, 647 N.W.2d 390 (guilty plea
waiver rule does not apply to multiplicity and double jeopardy claims; conviction of both
aggravated battery and battery by an inmate is multiplicitous and violates double

State v. Piddington, 241 Wis. 2d 754, 623 N.W.2d 528 (2001) (amicus curiae brief)
(Wisconsin’s implied consent law requires “reasonable methods” to “reasonably convey”
the implied consent law warnings to hearing-impaired suspect in a language the suspect
will understand)

State v. Gammons, 2001 WI App 36, 241 Wis.2d 296, 625 N.W.2d 623 (continued
detention of motorist after purposes of stop were satisfied violated Fourth Amendment)

State v. Magnuson, 2000 WI 19, 233 Wis.2d 40, 606 N.W.2d 536 (presentence jail
credit is due to an individual on home detention if, but only if, he or she is subject to
escape penalties for leaving the boundaries of the confinement)

State v. Shimek, 230 Wis.2d 730, 601 N.W.2d 865 (Ct. App. 1999) (plea withdrawal
is not required prior to sentencing where defendant objects that his former prison
guard will be assigned to draft presentence investigation report)

State v. Hobson, 218 Wis. 2d 350, 577 N.W.2d 825 (1998) (abrogating common law
right to use force to resist an unlawful arrest, but holding that due process and ex post
facto principles prevent retroactive application of new rule)

In the Interest of Hezzie R., 219 Wis. 2d 849, 580 N.W.2d 660 (1998) (amicus brief)
(constitutionality of Wisconsin’s new juvenile justice code)

Lindh v. Murphy, 124 F.3d 899 (7th Cir. 1997) (on remand) (Confrontation Clause
applies to insanity phase of bifurcated trial, and was violated by trial court=s bar to cross-
examination of state=s psychiatric witness for bias)

State v. Kluck, 210 Wis. 2d 1, 563 N.W.2d 468 (1997) (post-sentencing rehabilitation is
not grounds for sentence reduction)

State v. Coles, 208 Wis. 2d 328, 559 N.W.2d 468 (Ct. App. 1997) (jail credit)

State ex rel. Schmelzer v. Murphy, 200 Wis. 2d 837, 548 N.W.2d 97 (1996) (appellate
counsel=s failure to file timely petition for review in supreme court may constitute
ineffective assistance of counsel, remedied by allowing late filing)
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State v. Castillo, 205 Wis. 2d 592, 556 N.W.2d 425 (Ct. App. 1996) (state=s failure to
comply with plea bargain in Sexual Predator case entitles defendant to withdraw plea)

State v. Lettice, 205 Wis. 2d 343, 556 N.W.2d 376 (Ct. App. 1996) (new trial properly
granted based upon prosecutorial misconduct)

State v. Post, 197 Wis. 2d 279, 541 N.W.2d 115 (1995) (co-counsel) (constitutionality of
State Sexual Predator Act upheld)

State v. Debra A.E., 188 Wis. 2d 111, 523 N.W.2d 727 (1994) (defendant may claim
incompetence during direct appeal)

State v. Iglesias, 185 Wis. 2d 117, 517 N.W.2d 175 (1994) (bail money posted by third
parties may be used to satisfy fines and costs)

State v. Johnston, 184 Wis. 2d 794, 518 N.W.2d 759 (1994) (officers who lawfully enter
premises undercover may return to arrest without warrant)

State v. Bohling, 173 Wis. 2d 529, 494 N.W.2d 399 (1993) (exigent circumstances permit
warrantless blood draws in drunk driving cases)

State ex rel. Sandra D. v. Getto, 175 Wis. 2d 490, 498 N.W.2d 892 (Ct. App. 1993)
(County=s failures to meet statutory deadlines for commitment hearings requires

State v. Miller, 175 Wis. 2d 204, 499 N.W.2d 215 (Ct. App. 1993) (reasonableness of
conditions of probation affecting constitutional rights)

State v. Handley, 173 Wis. 2d 838, 496 N.W.2d 725 (Ct. App. 1993) (court may not
order restitution for unproven future victim treatment expenses)

Thomas v. Brennan, 961 F.2d 612 (7th Cir. 1992) (U.S. Parole Commission=s
application of federal parole guidelines to District of Columbia prisoners unlawful)

State v. Hubanks, 173 Wis. 2d 1, 496 N.W.2d 96 (Ct. App. 1992) (compelled voice
exemplar at trial does not violate 5th Amendment)

State v. Durbin, 170 Wis. 2d 475, 489 N.W.2d 655 (Ct. App. 1992) (automobile
exception to warrant requirement does not apply to parked camper trailer)

State v. James, 169 Wis. 2d 490, 485 N.W.2d 436 (Ct. App. 1992) (co-counsel) (double
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State v. Grande, 169 Wis. 2d 422, 485 N.W.2d 282 (Ct. App. 1992) (other acts evidence
admissible to complete full story of offense)

State v. Hansen, 168 Wis. 2d 749, 485 N.W.2d 74 (Ct. App. 1992) (guilty plea invalid
when based upon written plea form, if colloquy on record is inadequate)

State v. Grant, 168 Wis. 2d 682, 484 N.W.2d 370 (Ct. App. 1992) (order imposing costs
after sentencing is invalid)

State v. Krause, 168 Wis. 2d 578, 484 N.W.2d 347 (Ct. App. 1992) (permitting police to
use force to obtain blood sample from resisting drunk driving suspect)

State v. Peterson, 163 Wis. 2d 800, 472 N.W.2d 571 (Ct. App. 1991) (restitution for law
enforcement investigation expenses is improper)

Pryor v. Brennan, 914 F.2d 921 (7th Cir. 1990) (federal parole)

Pulver v. Brennan, 912 F.2d 894 (7th Cir. 1990) (U.S. Parole Commission=s failure to
disclose information tainted parole denial)

Levesque v. Brennan, 864 F.2d 515 (7th Cir. 1988) (Parole Commission not bound by
trial court=s findings)

United States v. Melody, 863 F.2d 499 (7th Cir. 1988) (Federal court may postpone
service of sentence until defendant=s spouse=s release from prison)

Garland v. United States, 837 F.2d 1563 (11th Cir. 1988) (resentencing defendant to
increased term unlawful)

State v. Millhouse, 3 Conn. App. 497, 490 A.2d 517 (Conn. App. 1985) (litigated as law
student) (retroactive application of limitation on sentence modification requests violates
ex post facto clause)

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