WI Court of Appeals – District III
Case Name: State of Wisconsin v. Nicholas Joseph Meyer
Case No.: 2022AP000142-CR
Officials: Stark, P.J., Hruz and Gill, JJ.
Focus: Sexual Assault of a Child – Resentencing
Nicholas Meyer was convicted, upon his no-contest pleas, of first-degree sexual assault of a child (sexual contact with a person under age thirteen) and causing mental harm to a child. The circuit court sentenced Meyer to a total of twenty-six years’ initial confinement followed by twenty years’ extended supervision. Meyer appeals, arguing that he is entitled to resentencing because the prosecutor breached the plea agreement during her sentencing argument. The appeals court concludes that the prosecutor’s comments did not constitute a material and substantial breach of the plea agreement.