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00-3209-CR State v. Price

By: dmc-admin//April 22, 2002//

00-3209-CR State v. Price

By: dmc-admin//April 22, 2002//

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Albert J. Price, Jr., appeals from a judgment convicting him as a habitual offender of two counts of endangering safety, one count of attempted first-degree intentional homicide, five counts of attempted first-degree intentional homicide while armed, and four counts of aggravated battery while armed. He also appeals from an order denying his motion for postconviction relief. He claims that he was denied due process by the prosecution’s failure to disclose exculpatory evidence regarding an expert witness, he was denied the effective assistance of trial counsel, a competency hearing should have been conducted, certain evidence should have been excluded, he should have been permitted postconviction discovery, and that he is entitled to a new trial in the interests of justice because the real controversy was not tried.

We reject his claims and affirm the judgment and order.

This opinion will not be published.

Dist II, Racine County, Vuvunas, J., Per Curiam

Attorneys:

For Appellant: Lynn E. Hackbarth, Milwaukee

For Respondent: Robert S. Flancher, Racine; Sally L. Wellman, Madison

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