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Prisons — prison discipline

Wisconsin Court of Appeals

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Prisons — prison discipline

Julian Lopez appeals circuit court orders denying his petition for certiorari relief from a prison disciplinary decision and his motion for reconsideration. Lopez contends that: (1) the hearing officer erred by refusing to consider exculpatory evidence; (2) Lopez was denied access to information sufficient to prepare a defense, in violation of his due process rights; (3) the Department of Corrections (DOC) finding that Lopez violated DOC rules was arbitrary and capricious; (4) the DOC improperly relied on confidential informant statements; and (5) Lopez’s staff advocate refused to obtain evidence, in violation of due process and DOC rules. We disagree and affirm. This opinion will not be published.

2010AP2664 State ex rel. Lopez v. Thurmer, et al.

Dist IV, Dane County, Niess, J., Per Curiam

Attorneys: For Appellant: Lopez, Julian, pro se; For Respondent: Potter, Kevin C., Madison; Rhone, Melissa R., Madison


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