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Criminal Procedure — statute of limitations — ineffective assistance — double jeopardy — plea withdrawal — right to counsel

Wisconsin Court of Appeals

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Criminal Procedure — statute of limitations — ineffective assistance — double jeopardy — plea withdrawal — right to counsel

Daniel L. Wakefield appeals pro se from a judgment of conviction and an order denying his motion for postconviction relief. He contends that (1) his prosecution was barred by the six-year statute of limitations governing felony offenses, (2) his trial counsel was ineffective, (3) he was entitled to counsel on appeal, (4) he was unlawfully charged with multiple counts of the same crime, and (5) he is entitled to a plea withdrawal due to a manifest injustice. We reject Wakefield’s claims and affirm the judgment and order. This opinion will not be published.

2012AP762-CR State v. Wakefield

Dist II, Kenosha County, Milisauskas, J., Per Curiam

Attorneys: For Appellant: Wakefield, Daniel L., pro se; For Respondent: Zapf, Robert D., Kenosha; Whelan, Maura F.J., Madison

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