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2010AP1351-CR State v. Skenadore

Sentencing
Modification; new factors

Nicholas A. Skenandore appeals from a judgment of conviction for armed robbery and an order denying his motion for postconviction relief.  Skenandore argues that his sentence should be modified on the basis of new factors, the circuit court erroneously exercised its sentencing discretion when it found he was not eligible for the Earned Release or Challenge Incarceration Programs, he was sentenced on the basis of inaccurate information, and the author of his presentence investigation report (PSI) was biased against him.  We conclude that none of these issues have merit and we affirm the judgment and order of the circuit court. Affirmed. This opinion will not be published.

2010AP1351-CR State v. Skenadore

Dist. II, Waukesha County, Van de Water, J., Per Curiam.

Attorneys: For Plaintiff: Katherine Desmond Lloyd, Madison; For Defendant: Joseph E. Redding, Milwaukee

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