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Criminal Procedure; Ineffective assistance

Criminal Procedure
Ineffective assistance

Perri Voge appeals a judgment of conviction for failure to support. He also appeals an order denying his postconviction motion. Voge contends that his trial counsel was ineffective by failing to: (1) secure expert testimony in support of Voge’s disability defense, and (2) object to the circuit court’s response denying the jury’s request to view Voge’s chiropractor’s report by stating that the exhibit was, in part, not relevant. Voge also contends that the circuit court’s response to the jury constituted plain error. We conclude that Voge has not established prejudice and thus has not shown ineffective assistance of counsel. We also conclude that the court’s response to the jury did not constitute plain error. We affirm. This opinion will not be published.

2010AP2893-CR State v. Voge

Dist. IV, Jackson County, Damon, J., per curiam.

Attorneys: For Appellant: Chapman, Dan, Hudson; For Respondent: Wellman, Sally L., Madison; Fox, Gerald R., Black River Falls

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