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Criminal Procedure — ineffective assistance

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Criminal Procedure — ineffective assistance

Alfredo Vega appeals a judgment convicting him of attempted second-degree intentional homicide, first-degree reckless injury, aggravated battery with intent to cause great bodily harm, and battery by a prisoner—each by use of a dangerous weapon and as a repeat offender. He also appeals an order that denied his postconviction motions. Vega raises three claims of ineffective assistance of counsel, and also contends that he could not properly be convicted of both the attempted homicide and reckless injury charges because they have inconsistent mental elements. For the reasons discussed below, we reject each of Vega’s contentions and affirm the circuit court. This opinion will not be published.

2013AP891-CR State v. Vega

Dist IV, Dodge County, Pfitzinger, J., Per Curiam

Attorneys: For Appellant: Brehm, Philip J., Janesville; For Respondent: Klomberg, Kurt F., Juneau; Remington, Christine A., Madison

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