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Postconviction Relief – Admissible Evidence

WI Court of Appeals – District I

Case Name: State of Wisconsin v. Marques Edward Hubbard

Case No.: 2020AP416-CR; 2020AP417-CR

Officials: Brash, C.J., Donald, P.J., and White, J.

Focus: Postconviction Relief – Admissible Evidence

Marques Edward Hubbard appeals judgments of conviction entered upon guilty pleas for two counts of second-degree recklessly endangering safety and one count of felony witness intimidation. He also appeals the circuit court’s order denying his postconviction motion for plea withdrawal after an evidentiary hearing. Hubbard argues that the circuit court improperly relied upon inadmissible evidence when it denied him postconviction relief. We conclude that any errors in the admission of evidence at the evidentiary hearing were harmless because they did not affect the outcome of his postconviction motion. Therefore, we affirm.

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Derek A Hawkins is Corporate Counsel, at Salesforce.

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