Legislation Relating to Statutes Construed by the Supreme Court: A.B. 257, Proceedings to Determine Competency to Proceed : A.B. 258, Clarifying Language on the Elements of Aggravated Battery : A.B. 259, Jury Determination for Treatment in Sex Crime Cases : A.B. 260, Parole Eligibility and Minimum Sentences : A.B. 261, Imposition of Probation : A.B. 262, Repeal of "misconduct on Public Grounds" : A.B. 263, Rights Under the Uniform Detainer Act

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Legislative Reference Bureau, 1975 - Appellate courts - 11 pages
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Page 2 - Court noted under current law, s. 971.14 (5), the charges would be dismissed if the incompetency commitment continued for the maximum period for which the defendant could have been imprisoned if convicted, but stated that any change would be a matter of legislative decision.
Page 5 - Detainer Act. The Wisconsin Supreme Court, in State ex rel. Garner v. Gray^ (1972), 55 Wis.
Page 2 - Matalik case, the court held that "a meaningful hearing must be afforded all criminally-accused persons alleged to be mentally incompetent to stand trial who contest the validity of a psychiatric report regarding their mental condition.
Page 2 - State ex rel. Haskins v. Dodge County Court (1974), 62 Wis. 2d 250.

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