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Criminal Procedure — prosecutorial misconduct — ineffective assistance

Wisconsin Court of Appeals

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Criminal Procedure — prosecutorial misconduct — ineffective assistance

Jerry Anderson appeals an order denying his pro se postconviction motions seeking a new trial. Anderson contends that: (1) minorities were excluded from the jury pool, violating Anderson’s constitutional rights; (2) the record is defective, denying Anderson the right to fully present his arguments on appeal; (3) a detective, who testified for the State, bribed the victim by placing money into her account in jail and then falsely testified that the money came from an agency; (4) the circuit court failed to provide a particularized ruling as to each of Anderson’s claims; (5) the circuit court erred by relying on irrelevant and improper criteria at sentencing; (6) the prosecutor engaged in misconduct by pursuing charges against Anderson despite inconsistencies in witness testimony; and (7) Anderson’s trial counsel was ineffective. We reject these contentions, and affirm. This opinion will not be published.

2010AP2599-CR State v. Anderson

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

Attorneys: For Appellant: Anderson, Jerry L., pro se; For Respondent: Weber, Gregory M., Madison; Cattanach, Karie, Madison


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