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Plea Withdrawal

By: Derek Hawkins//March 24, 2022

Plea Withdrawal

By: Derek Hawkins//March 24, 2022

WI Court of Appeals – District II

Case Name: State of Wisconsin v. Andrew M. Obregon

Case No.: 2019AP758-CR

Officials: Gundrum, P.J., Neubauer and Reilly, JJ.

Focus: Plea Withdrawal

Andrew M. Obregon appeals from a judgment of conviction for various offenses, including first-degree intentional homicide, as well as from an order denying his postconviction motion seeking plea withdrawal. Obregon argues that the statements he made during three custodial interviews with police were involuntary. He also argues that his waiver of rights following the administration of Miranda warnings was not knowing, intelligent, and voluntary. Finally, he asserts his statements during the second interview were obtained in violation of his Sixth Amendment right to counsel. We reject his arguments and affirm.

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Derek A Hawkins is Corporate Counsel, at Salesforce.[/box]


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