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Sentencing — sentence credit

Wisconsin Court of Appeals


Sentencing — sentence credit

Ronald L. Miller appeals from an order for reconfinement after revocation of his extended supervision and from an order denying his motion to modify his sentence. The sole issue on appeal is whether Miller is entitled to additional sentence credit for custody served as a condition of probation. We agree with Miller that he is entitled to additional sentence credit; however, we conclude that it is for a shorter period of time than he requests. Accordingly, we reverse the orders of the circuit court and remand with directions that the court provide Miller with three months of additional sentence credit against his sentence. This opinion will not be published.

2011AP1372-CR State v. Miller

Dist II, Walworth County, Race, J., Per Curiam

Attorneys: For Appellant: Kearney, Anne Berleman, Milwaukee; For Respondent: Grube, Joshua Patrick, Elkhorn; Remington, Christine A., Madison

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