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10-3392 Jones v. Cross

Prisons Prison discipline Specific intent is not an element in a prison disciplinary proceeding. “Jones argues that his lack of access to the evidence prevented him from presenting what he calls his actual innocence defense. As noted above, according to Jones, he is not guilty of assault because he lacked the specific intent required for assault—the intent to cause physical ...

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2010AP1834 State ex rel. Whiteside v. Boatwright, et al.

Prisons Prison discipline Ramiah Whiteside, pro se, challenges Wisconsin Department of Corrections decisions regarding an inmate conduct report. Whiteside argues: (1) the evidence was insufficient; (2) the adjustment committee failed to adequately explain its reasons for the discipline imposed; (3) the adjustment committee was not impartial; (4) he was denied his right to appeal a version of the adjustment committee’s ...

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2010AP506 State ex rel. Perez v. Hompe, et al.

Prisons Prison discipline Eduardo M. Perez appeals an order dismissing his petition for a writ of certiorari from a prison disciplinary decision. Perez argues that the Department of Corrections (DOC) violated its administrative rules and denied him due process by: (1) denying Perez an effective staff advocate; and (2) relying on an insufficient sworn statement of a confidential informant, without ...

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2010AP1136-FT Hebel v. Department of Corrections

Prisons Prison discipline James Hebel appeals from a summary judgment order dismissing a declaratory judgment action in which he sought to enforce a settlement agreement with the Wisconsin Department of Corrections relating to a disciplinary proceeding. We affirm. This opinion will not be published. 2010AP1136-FT Hebel v. Department of Corrections Dist IV, Dodge County, Niess, J., Per Curiam Attorneys: For ...

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2006AP948 Jackson v. Buchler

Prisons Prison discipline Where evidence is inconclusive, and does not contradict evidence in a prison discipline hearing, it is unnecessary to decide whether a prisoner has a right to exculpatory evidence. “Having concluded that the video evidence neither undermines nor contradicts the confidential informants’ statements–and that it may in fact corroborate them–we turn next to briefly address Jackson’s argument regarding ...

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2009AP2517 State ex rel. Greene v. Raemisch, et al.

Prisons Prison discipline Jeremy Greene appeals the order of the circuit court that dismissed his petition for certiorari review of a prison disciplinary proceeding related to his work at the prison library. Greene argues on appeal that: (1) the Department of Corrections did not follow its own rules when it removed him from his work assignment in the prison library; ...

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