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1. Wis J I – Criminal (Supplement Service), Mental Disease or Defect, 620 - CPC through 640 - CPC.   Defenses and Defensive Matters, Mental Disease or Defect, 600B-CPC

2. Psychiatry and the Insanity Defense

3. Vol. 57, no. 10 Judicature : the Journal of the American Judicature Society to Promote the Efficient Administration of Justice (May 1974)

4. Incompetency to Stand Trial and the Insanity Defense in Texas

5. A Proposal to Amend Wisconsin Statutes Concerning Criminal Mental Commitments

6. Frederick A. Fosdal, The Contributions and Limitations of Psychiatric Testimony , April, Wisconsin Bar Bulletin (1977)

7. The Insanity Defense in New York : a Report to Governor Hugh L. Carey prepared under the direction of William A. Carnahan, Deputy Commissioner and Counsel

8. Legal Issues in State Mental Health Care: Proposals for Change; Incompetence to Stand Trial on Criminal Charges , March-Apr. Mental Disability Law Reporter 617 (1978)

9. Legal Issues in State Mental Health Care: Proposals for Change; Suggested Statute on Incompetence to Stand Trial on Criminal Charges , March-Apr. Mental Disability Law Reporter 635 (1978)

10. Nina Bernstein, Incompetency Laws Perplexing , April 2 The Milwaukee Journal (1978)

11. Incompetency to Proceed in Criminal Action, Discussion Paper 78-49, Nov. 6, 1978

12. Recent Developments. Diminished Capacity : Varying Models of Mitigation by Newton L. P. Jackson, Jr. Memorandum of Diminished Capacity by Ruth Rowse.   House Enrolled Act no. 1386

13. Characteristics and Disposition of Insanity Acquittals in New York State : an Update for 7/1/76 through 6/30/78 by Henry J. Steadman & Nancy M. Burton

14. Frederick A. Fosdal, Competency to Stand Trial and the Prosecution , March Wisconsin Bar Bulletin 45 (1979)

15. Frederic A. Fosdal, Diminished Capacity, Intent and Psychiatric Testimony , April, Wisconsin Bar Bulletin (1979)

16. Verdict of Not Guilty by Reason of Insanity : Alternatives to this Verdict – Guilty but Mentally Ill – Constitutionality of Abolishing Verdict of Not Guilty by Reason of Insanity by Richard Lee Merkel

17. Assembly Bill no. 1907

18. Letter of September 11, 1979, to Dick Malmgren from Dave Schultz. Accompanied by Admissibility of Psychiatric Testimony for Purposes other than the Defense of “Insanity”

19. Legislation Relating to Case of the Mentally Ill : Assembly Bill 873, Relating to Competency to Proceed in a Criminal Case.   RL 79-22

20. 1979 Assembly Bill 873, LRB-7095/1

21. Genova v. State of Wiscosin, no. 78-790-CR

22. Letter of Oct. 11, 1979, to Members of Judicial Council Insanity Defense Committee by Richard R. Malmgren

23. Re: Sanity Defense Committee, Transcript of Proceedings … on the 16th day of November, 1979…

24. Letter of Nov. 5, 1979, to Judicial Council from Paul M. Tarr, Jr. with enclosures

25. Incompetency to Proceed in a Criminal Action, Discussion Paper 78-49

26. Letter of Nov. 9, 1979, to Richard Malmgren from A. A. Lorenz

27. Letter of Nov. 9, 1979, to Members of Judicial Council Insanity Defense Committee from Richard R. Malmgren

28. Letter of Nov. 12, 1979, to G. J. Sarwer-Foner from Richard R. Malmgren

29. Letter of Nov. 26, 1979, to Honorable Gary B. Schlosstein & Richard R. Malmgren from Jon Peter Genrich regarding competency to proceed

30. Letter of Dec. 7, 1979, to Helen Lewis from Chief David J. Halperin

31. Letter of December 14, 1979, to Judicial Council Insanity Defense Committee from Richard R. Malmgren

Subject: Insanity Defense Committee                      Folder: 2 of 5

1. Letter of Jan. 18, 1980, to Members of Insanity Defense Committee from James L. Fullin, Jr. regarding competency to proceed

2. Letter of Feb. 4, 1980, to Eddie Marion from Mary Behling regarding definitions of the terms “mental disease or defect” as used in the test of insanity

3. An Act relating to competency to proceed in a criminal case, dated 2/8/80

4. Letter of March 7, 1980, to Honorable Gary B. Schlosstein from Jon Peter Genrich. Accompanied by People v. Tenbrink

5. Letter of March 11, 1980, to Jim Fullin from John V. Liccione

6. Mailing to Insanity Defense Committee, 3/14/80 – An Act relating to competency to proceed in a criminal case

7. Letter of April 11, 1980, to Insanity Defense Committee from Jim Fullin.   Accompanied by: An Act relating to competency to proceed in a criminal case; Letter of April 18, 1980, to Insanity Defense Committee from Jim Fullin

8. Memorandum of agreement, made and entered into by and between the Judicial Council of the State of Wisconsin … and Frederick A. Fosdal

9. An Act relating to competency to proceed in a criminal case, dated 5/9/80

10. Letter of May 9, 1980, to Members of Insanity Defense Committee from James L. Fullin, Jr. regarding the Insanity Defense in Wisconsin

11. Chart comparing present law and 1979 AB 873, dated May 9, 1980. Accompanied by New Rights of Mentally Ill Criminal Defendants Conferred by Assembly Bill 765

12. Letter of May 14, 1980, to Jim Fullin from Dave Schultz. Accompanied by the “latest drafts of the suggested uniform jury instructions for cases involving a plea of not guilty by reason of mental disease or defect”

13. Revised letter of May 15, 1980, to Members of Insanity Defense Committee from James L. Fullin, Jr. regarding the Insanity Defense in Wisconsin

14. Law, Trial Judges, and the Psychiatric Witness – Reflections on How a Change in Legal Doctrine has been Implemented in Wisconsin by Walter Dickey, Frank J. Remington, David Schultz. Accompanied by State v. Schandreau

15. Letters of May 28, 1980, to Robert H. Gale and Frank J. Remington, from James L. Fullin, Jr.

16. Summary of Length of Commitment in Months Under 971.14 (5)

17. Letter of June 16, 1980, to Alexander R. Grant from James L. Fullin, Jr.

18. Summary of proceedings of June 20, 1980, meeting of the Insanity Defense Committee

19. Letter of June 25, 1980, to James Fullin, Jr. from Jon Peter Genrich regarding Insanity Defense Committee

20. Letter of July 1, 1980, to Members of Insanity Defense Committee from Jim Fullin. Accompanied by Steele v. State, no. 77-061-CR

21. Letter of July 1, 1980, to Elissa P. Benedek from James L. Fullin, Jr.

22. Letter of July 1, 1980, to Members of Insanity Defense Committee from Jim Fullin

23. Letter of July 3, 1980, to James Fullin, Jr. from Robert D. Donohoo

24. An Act relating to requiring notice of intent and an offer of proof by criminal defendants prior to introducing expert testimony on their mental condition at the time of the offense, 7/11/80

25. Letter of July 11, 1980, to Insanity Defense Committee from Jim Fullin

26. Letter of July 14, 1980, to Alexander R. Grant, Esq. from James L. Fullin, Jr.

27. Letter of July 14, 1980, to Robert H. Gale from James L. Fullin, Jr.

28. Letter of July 14, 1980, to Frank J. Remington from James L. Fullin, Jr.

29. Letter of July 14, 1980, to Frank Tuerkheimer from James L. Fullin, Jr.

30. Letter of July 16, 1980, to James L. Fullin, Jr. from Frank J. Remington

31. Letter of July 16, 1980, to James L. Fullin, Jr. from Alexander R. Grant

32. July 18, 1980, agenda of the Insanity Defense Committee

33. Summary of proceedings of July 18th meeting of the Insanity Defense Committee

34. Letter of July 23, 1980, to James L. Fullin, Jr. from Elissa P. Benedek.   Accompanied by: Letter of July 29, 1980, to Elissa P. Benedek from James Fullin, Jr.; Presentation Concerning Mentally Disabled Defendants in Michigan Criminal Justice System (Agenda Item 3)

35. Letter of July 28, 1980, to James Fullin, Jr. from Elissa P. Benedek

36. Letter of July 29, 1980, to James Fullin from Frank J. Kelley

37. Constitutionality of Michigan’s Guilty but Mentally Ill Verdict , 12, no. 1 University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform, 188 (1978)

38. Letter of July 28, 1980, to Jim Fullin from Judge John T. Hammond. Accompanied by Guilty but Mentally Ill Part One

39. Letter of Aug. 1, 1980, to James Fullin, Jr. from Robert D. Donohoo.   Accompanied by Raymond L. Spring, The Insanity Issue in a Public Needs Perspective , IV, Detroit College of Law Review, 603 (1979)

40. Letter of Aug. 8, 1980, to Insanity Defense Committee from James Fullin, Jr. Accompanied by “five articles discussing Michigan’s Guilty but Mentally Ill verdict”

41. Letter of Aug. 8, 1980, to Insanity Defense Committee from James Fullin, Jr. Accompanied by “statistical materials received from Dr. Elissa Benedek concerning the forensic work of the Center for Forensic Psychiatry in Michigan”

42. Summary of proceedings of August 15, meeting of the Insanity Defense Committee

43. Agenda of the August 15, 1980, meeting of the Insanity Defense Committee

44. Letter of Aug. 15, 1980, to Insanity Defense Committee from Jim Fullin

45. House Enrolled Act no. 1386

46. Letter of Aug. 21, 1980, to Robert D. Donohoo from Helen R. Lewis

47. Letter of Sept. 12, 1980, to Insanity Defense Committee from Jim Fullin and Fred Fosdal regarding guilty but mentally ill verdict and disposition

48. Insanity Defense Issues Outline, 9/19/80

49. Agenda of the Sept. 19, 1980, meeting of the Insanity Defense Committee

50. Summary of proceedings of Sept. 19, 1980, meeting of the Insanity Defense Committee

51. Judicial Council Judge Substitution Committee Meeting, Madison, Wisconsin, Sept. 19, 1980

52. Letter of Sept. 24, 1980, to Insanity Defense Committee Members from Jim Fullin

53. Letter of Sept. 24, 1980, to Professor Dickey, Drs. Fosdal and Roberts, Messrs. Haag and Niblack and Rep. Munts from James Fullin, Jr.

54. Letter of Oct. 3, 1980, to Subcommittee on Priorities and Agenda Insanity Defense Committee. Enclosed preliminary draft of issues: Should Wisconsin Recognize Mental Impairment Short of Legal Insanity as Mitigating Criminal Liability?; Should Insanity be a Defense Rather than an Affirmative Defense?; Should the Mandatory Bifurcated Trial be Retained?; Should the Form of the Insanity Verdict be Changed from “Not Guilty by Reason of Mental Disease or Defect” to “Guilty but not Responsible”?; Should the Standards and Procedures for Commitment and Discharge of Defendants Adjudged not Responsible be Conformed More Closely to those Governing Civil Commitment?

55. Letter of Oct. 10, 1980, to Insanity Defense Committee from Subcommittee on Priorities and Agenda

56. Summary of proceedings of Oct. 17, 1980, meeting of the Insanity Defense Committee

57. Letter of Nov. 5, 1980, to Subcommittee on Priorities and Agenda, Insanity Defense Committee from Walter J. Dickey

58. Commitments to CSH, MMHI, WMHI – FY 79-80 Under 971.17 & Crime that Led to Commitment, 11/6/80

59. Letter of Nov. 7, 1980, to Subcommittee on Priorities and Agenda Insanity Defense Committee from Jim Fullin

60. Letter of Nov. 14, 1980, to Insanity Defense Committee from Subcommittee on Priorities and Agenda

61. Draft 3, 971.175 Sequential Order of Proof; Draft 5 Section 1. 971.17 (1); Draft 7 Section 1. 907.04; Section 2. 971.16 (4); Draft 8 Section 1 & 2, 971.06; Section 3, 971.16 (1); Section 4. 971.17 (1); Section 5. 971.17 (4); Section 6. 971.175; Section 7. 972.13 (2). Plus Judicial Council Notes

62. Should a Defendant Found not Responsible for Criminal Conduct Have the Right to Appellate Review of Orders and Rulings of the Trial Court Made Prior to or During the Guilt Phase of the Trial?

63. Should Wisconsin’s Criminal Responsibility Statute (s. 971.15) be changed?

64. Agenda of the Nov. 21, 1980 meeting of the Insanity Defense Committee

65. Letter of Nov. 21, 1980, to Jim Fullin from Kenneth H. Smail and Marvin Chapman regarding 971.14 and 971.16 stats.

66. Summary of proceedings of Nov. 21, 1980, meeting of the Insanity Defense Committee

67. Agenda of the Dec. 19, 1980, meeting of the Insanity Defense Committee

68. Summary of proceedings of Dec. 19, 1980, meeting of the Insanity Defense Committee

Subject: Insanity Defense Committee                        Folder: 3 of 5

1. Assembly Amendment to 1981 Assembly Bill 765, LRBa3740/1

2. Assembly Amendment to 1981 Assembly Bill 765, LRBa3737/1

3. Assembly Amendment to 1981 Assembly Bill 765, LRBa3443/1

4. Senate Substitute Amendment to 1981 AB 765, LRBs0912/1

5. Assembly Amendment ___ to 1981 Assembly Bill 765

6. Letter of Jan. 5, 1981, to Kenneth H. Smail and Marvin Chapman from James Fullin, Jr.

7. Letter of Jan. 9, 1981, to Insanity Defense Committee from James Fullin, Jr. and Fred Fosdal

8. Agenda of the Jan. 16, 1981, meeting of the Insanity Defense Committee

9. Summary of proceedings of Jan. 16, 1981, meeting of the Insanity Defense Committee

10. Letter of Jan. 16, 1981, to James Fullin, Jr. from Jean Skinner regarding petitions for re-examination under 971.17 (2) WSS

11. Letter of Jan. 18, 1980, to Members of Insanity Defense Committee from James Fullin, Jr. regarding competency to proceed

12. Feb. 1981, membership list of the Insanity Defense Committee

13. Agenda of the Feb. 20, 1981, meeting of the Insanity Defense Committee

14. Summary of proceedings of Feb. 20, 1981, meeting of the Insanity Defense Committee

15. Summary of proceedings of March 27, 1981, meeting of the Insanity Defense Committee

16. Agenda of the March 27, 1981, meeting of the Insanity Defense Committee

17. An Act relating to competency to proceed in a criminal case and criminal responsibility, 4/17/81

18. Summary of proceedings of April 24, 1981, meeting of the Insanity Defense Committee

19. Agenda of the May 15, 1981, meeting of the Insanity Defense Committee

20. Summary of proceedings of May 15, 1981, meeting of the Insanity Defense Committee

21. An Act relating to competency to proceed in a criminal case and criminal responsibility, 5/19/81

22. Summary of proceedings of May 22, 1981, meeting of the Insanity Defense Committee

23. Agenda of the May 22, 1981, meeting of the Insanity Defense Committee

24. An Act relating to competency to proceed in a criminal case and criminal responsibility, 5/26/81

25. Letter of May 28, 1981, to Insanity Defense Committee from Jim Fullin.   Enclosure:   “final draft of the Committee’s recommended legislation

26. Commentary on Legislation Proposed by the Wisconsin Legislative Judicial Council

27. Letter of July 3, 1981, to John Douglas Haag from John J. Kircher and Gary B. Schlosstein

28. Letter of July 27, 1981, to E. Michael McCann from James Fullin, Jr.

29. Letter of July 31, 1981, to Interested Persons from James Fullin, Jr.

30. Letter of July 31, 1981, to Wisconsin Legislator from James Fullin, Jr.

31. Letter of Aug. 3, 1981, to Bronson C. LaFollette from James Fullin, Jr.

32. Letter of Aug. 31, 1981, to Rep. Mary Lou Munts from James Fullin, Jr.

33. Sept. 2, 1981, agenda of the Wisconsin Mental Health Advisory Council.   Accompanied by:   Letter of July 14, 1981, to Burton A. Wagner from Jean Skinner regarding impact of LRB – 3426P/ On DHSS (An Act relating to competency to proceed in a criminal case and continual responsibility); Letter of July 2, 1981, to Jean Skinner from Burton A. Wagner regarding Insanity Defense Committee Legislation; Commentary on Legislation Proposed by the Wisconsin Legislative Judicial Council; Letter of Aug. 31, 1981, to Rep. Mary Lou Munts from James Fullin, Jr.

34. Minutes of the Sept. 2, 1981, meeting of the Wisconsin Mental Health Advisory Council

35. Letter of Sept. 3, 1981, to Helani Lane from James Fullin, Jr.

36. Letter of Sept. 9, 1981, to Dianne Greenley from James Fullin, Jr.

37. 1981 AB 765, LRB-3426/1

38. Letter of Sept. 23, 1981, to Chief Morton A. Hetznecker and Sheriff Thomas Drootsan from Kirby Hendee regarding AB 765 – Mental Competency in Criminal Actions

39. Testimony on 1981 AB 765

40. Fiscal Estimate, 1981 Assembly Bill 765, LRB 3426/1

41. Letter of Sept. 29, 1981, to Assembly Judiciary Committee

42. Sept. 29, 1981, Testimony to the Assembly Judiciary Committee by Morton Hetznecker regarding AB 765 relating to competency to proceed in a criminal case and criminal responsibility

43. Letter of Sept. 29, 1981, to Rep. James Rutkowski and the Members of the Assembly Judiciary Committee regarding AB 765 Insanity Defense Bill

44. Letter of Sept. 29, 1981, to James Rutkowski from Attorney General Bronson C. La Follette

45. Testimony on Assembly Bill 765, Sept. 29, 1981

46. Letter of Oct. 2, 1981, to Rep. Marlin D. Schneider from W. W. Tolley regarding LRB-3426/1

47. Letter of Oct. 5, 1981, to Don Percy from Blue Johnson regarding AB 765 Briefing

48. Letter of Oct. 13, 1981, to Judge Gary B. Schlosstein from James Fullin, Jr.

49. Letter of Oct. 14, 1981, to Jim Hall from James Fullin, Jr.

50. Letter of Nov. 3, 1981, to Attorney General’s Task Force on Violent Crime from James Fullin, Jr.

51. Letter of Nov. 9, 1981, to Sen. Lynn S. Adelman from James Fullin, Jr.

52. Letter of Nov. 12, 1981, to William W. Tolley from James Fullin, Jr.   Accompanied by letter of Nov. 11, 1981, to James Fullin, Jr. from W. W. Tolley

53. Letter of Nov. 17, 1981, to James Fullin, Jr. from W. W. Tolley

54. Letter of Nov. 18, 1981, to William W. Tolley from James Fullin, Jr.

55. Letter of Nov. 24, 1981, to Betti J. Wilcox from James Fullin, Jr.

56. Letter of Nov. 27, 1981, to Rep. James A. Rutkowski from Burton A. Wagner

57. Letter of Dec. 2, 1981, to Prof. John J. Kircher from James Fullin, Jr.

58. Assembly Amendment 1 to 1981 Assembly Bill 765, LRBa2762/1

59. Assembly Amendment 2 to 1981 Assembly Bill 765, LRBa2763/1

60. Assembly Amendment 3 to 1981 Assembly Bill 765, LRBa2764/1

61. Assembly Amendment 4 to 1981 Assembly Bill 765, LRBa2765/1

62. Assembly Amendment 5 19 1981 Assembly Bill 765, LRBa2766/1

63. Press release of Dec. 17, 1981

64. Letter of Dec. 18, 1981, to Orlan L. Prestegard from Robert P. Kittel

65. Letter of Dec. 18, 1981, to Judge Gary B. Schlosstein from James Fullin, Jr.

66. Letter of Dec. 21, 1981, to Stephen M. Glynn from James Fullin, Jr.

67. Letter of Dec. 29, 1981, to Robert P. Kittel from James Fullin, Jr.

68. 1982-83 membership list of the Insanity Defense Committee

69. Letter of Jan. 7, 1982, to Speaker Ed Jackamonis from James L. Fullin, Jr.

70. Letter of Jan. 19, 1982, to Fred A. Fosdal from James Fullin, Jr.

71. Letter of Jan. 19, 1982, to Robert D. Donohoo from James Fullin, Jr.

72. Letter of Jan. 22, 1982, to Scott Feldmeyer from James Fullin, Jr.

73. Letter of Jan. 25, 1982, to Robert D. Donohoo from James Fullin, Jr.

74. Letter of Jan. 25, 1982, to Rep. Dave Travis from James Fullin, Jr.

75. Letter of Feb. 5, 1982, to Rep. James A. Rutkowski from James Fullin, Jr.

76. Memorandum of Feb. 11, 1983, to Insanity Defense Committee from Ed Lien regarding minutes and counter-proposal

77. Letter of Feb. 17, 1982, to Members of Assembly from James Fullin, Jr. regarding analysis of AB 765, calendar of Thursday, February 25, 1982

78. Letter of Feb. 18, 1982, to Insanity Defense Committee from Jim Fullin regarding AB 765

79. Assembly Calendar Thrusday, February 25, 1982

80. Letter of March 1, 1982, to Insanity Defense Committee from James Fullin, Jr. regarding Assembly Bill 765

81. Letter of March 1, 1982, to Fred Meyer from James Fullin, Jr.

82. Engrossed 1981 Assembly Bill 765, LRB-5352/1

83. Message from the Assembly by David R. Kedrowski dated March 2, 1982

84. Letter of March 9, 1982, to Judge Lynn Adelman from Rep. David Prosser, Jr.

85. Letter of March 10, 1982, to Rep. David Prosser from James Fullin, Jr.

86. Letter of March 22, 1982, to Senator Carl W. Thompson from W. W. Tolley regarding AB 765

87. Letter of March 22, 1982, to Sen. Carl Thompson from James Fullin, Jr.

88. Letter of March 24, 1982, to Sen. Carl W. Thompson from James Fullin, Jr.

89. Problems with Assembly Bill 765, dated March 24, 1982

90. Letter of March 25, 1982, to Sen. Carl W. Thompson from James Fullin, Jr.   Accompanied by letter of March 22, 1982, to Sen. Carl W. Thompson from James Fullin, Jr.

91. Letter of March 26, 1982, to Members of Senate from Jim Fullin regarding analysis of Senate substitute amendment 1 to AB 765

92. Senate Substitute Amendment 1, to 1981 Assembly Bill 765, LRBs0912/1

93. Letter of March 30, 1982, to Sen. William A. Bablitch from James Fullin, Jr.

94. Letter of March 30, 1982, to Sen. Walter John Chilsen from James Fullin, Jr.

95. Letter of March 30, 1982, to Sen. Donald J. Hanaway from James Fullin, Jr.

96. Letter of March 30, 1982, to Sen. James T. Flynn from James Fullin, Jr.

97. Fiscal estimate 1981 Assembly Bill 765 S. Sub 1

98. Page from Journal of the Senate, April 1, 1982

99. Letter of April 1, 1982, to Senator Gerald D. Kleczka from Bob Lang regarding Health and Social Services-Senate Substitute Amendment 1 to Assembly Bill 765

100. Matt Pommer, Senate Oks Bill on Criminally Insane , April 2, Capital Times (1982)

101. Letter of April 2, 1982, to Members of Assembly from James Fullin, Jr. regarding analysis of Senate substitute amendment 1 to AB 765

102. Pages from Journal of the Assembly, April 2, 1982

103. Letter of April 9, 1982, to Insanity Defense Committee members from James Fullin, Jr. regarding Assembly Bill 765

104. Sunny Schubert, State Does a Full Circle in Dealing with Sex Offenders , April 21, Wisconsin State Journal (1982)

104.1 Disorder in the Court : Due Process for the Mentally Ill / James L. Fullin Jr.

105. Letter of May 3, 1982, to Beverly Young from James Fullin, Jr.

106. Letter of May 3, 1982, to Robert D. Donohoo from James Fullin, Jr.

107. Chapter 367, Laws of 1981

108. Susan Trebach, Insanity Plea : Thorny Issue for Lawmakers, Milwaukee Sentinel (1982)

109. Letter of May 12, 1982, to Orlan L. Prestegard from James Fullin, Jr.

110. Letter of May 26, 1982, to Insanity Defense Committee Members from James Fullin, Jr.

111. Letter of June 8, 1982, to James Fullin, Jr. from Robert D. Donohoo. Accompanied by An Overview of the Procedures Involved in Determining the Competency of a Defendant to Proceed in a Criminal Case by Robert D. Donohoo

112. Letter of July 8, 1982, to New Director, WTMJ-TV from James Fullin, Jr.

113. Letter of July 8, 1982, to News Director, Channel 12 from James Fullin, Jr.

113.1 Letter of July 21, 1982, to Nancy Abraham from Darold A. Treffert

114. Statement of Richard J. Bonnie submitted to the National Conference of State Legislatures Concerning the Insanity Defense, July 28, 1982

115. Letter of Aug. 3, 1982, from James Fullin, Jr.

116. Memorandum of Aug. 3, 1982, to File from Bruce Feustel regarding the Insanity Defense on Trial (Wednesday p.m.)

117. Not Guilty by Reason of Insanity : State Legislative Alternatives, Informational Bulletin 82-1B-2

118. Letter of Sept. 30, 1982, to Rep. Jim Rutkowski from James Fullin, Jr. regarding analysis of Ch. 367, Laws of 1981, relating to competency to stand trial

119. Fullin article for 10/82 Wis. Bar Bulletin regarding Chapter 367, Laws of 1981

120. Fullin draft for judicial benchbooks 2d ed.

121. Letter of Oct. 18, 1982, to James Fullin, Jr. from Daniel T. Flaherty.   Accompanied by Chapter 814 Court Costs and Fees

122. Insanity Plea in Wisconsin – Proposed Legislation by James Fullin, Jr., outline

123. Insanity Plea in Wisconsin – Proposed Legislation by James Fullin, Jr.

124. Suggested introduction for James Fullin, Jr.’s speech

125. American Psychiatric Association Statement on the Insanity Defense as approved by The Board of Trustees American Psychiatric Association, Dec. 1982

126. James L. Fullin, Jr., The Insanity Defense : Ready for Reform? 55, no. 12, Wisconsin Bar Bulletin (1982)

127. Letter of Dec. 6, 1982, to Members Absent on Dec. 3, Insanity Defense Committee from Ed Lien regarding meeting notice, materials & inquiry

128. AMI Comments on the Insanity Defense Issue in Wisconsin, 12/14/82

129. Minutes of the Insanity Defense Committee, Dec. 17, 1982

130. Dec. 17, 1982, Agenda of the Insanity Defense Committee

131. Memorandum of Jan. 10, 1983, to Insanity Defense Committee Members from Linda M. Vahldieck regarding meeting notice and minutes.   Accompanied by minutes of the Insanity Defense Committee, Dec. 17, 1982

132. Minutes of the Insanity Defense Committee, Jan. 20, 1983

133. Letter of Feb. 1, 1983, to Myron E. LaRowe from William J. Mulligan regarding ABA House of Delegates Consideration of Report on Insanity Defense

134. Myths & Realities : a Report of the National Commission on the Insanity Defense, March 1983

135. Draft of Oregon’s New Insanity Defense System : a Review of the First Five Years – 1978-1982 by Jeffrey L. Rogers, Joseph D. Bloom, Spero M. Manson

136. Letter of March 25, 1983, to William Mulligan from James Fullin, Jr.

137. Wisconsin Legislature to Consider Changes in State’s Insanity Defense , 5, no. 1 In Touch, 1 (1983)

138. Wong Park Fook, Insanity Defense Needs Reform : Fullin , April 28, Stevens Point Pointer Magazine, (1983)

139. David Lauter, Why Insanity Defense is Breaking Down ,   May 3, National Law Journal, (1982)

140. 1983 Assembly Bill 499, LRB-0228/3

141. Press release of May 19, 1983

142. Summary of proceedings of May 20th, 1983, meeting of the Homicide and Lesser Included Offenses Committee

143. Letter of June 13, 1983, to Paul E. Sicula from Stephen M. Glynn regarding 1983 AB 499

144. Letter of July 19, 1983, to Assembly Committee on Judiciary from Jim Fullin regarding detailed analysis of AB 499, Insanity Defense Bill

145. Testimony on Assembly Bill 499 by James Fullin, Jr., July 19, 1983

146. Letter of July 28, 1983, to Assembly Judiciary Committee from James Fullin, Jr. regarding response to questions raised at public hearing on AB 499

147. Letter of Sept. 9, 1983, to James Fullin, Jr. from Felicia M. Gniewosz.   Accompanied by Functioning of the Psychiatric Security Review Board

148. Memorandum of Oct. 3, 1983, to Walter Dickey from Lori Kornblum regarding AB 234 and AB 499

149. Letter of Nov. 2, 1983, to Michael S. Kaye, Gary J. Maier, Robert Miller from Marvin J. Chapman regarding AB 499 How to Fix It memorandum

150. Letter of Nov. 10, 1983, to Robert D. Miller, Gary J. Maier, Michael Kaye from James Fullin, Jr. regarding your memo of November 8.   Accompanied by memorandum of Nov. 8, 1983, to Marv Chapman from Robert D. Miller, Gary J. Maier, Michael Kaye regarding right to refuse treatment provisions of AB 499

151. Analysis of the AMA – APA Insanity Defense, December 1983

152. Letter of Jan. 3, 1984, to Interested Parties from Dianne Greenley and Tom Dixon regarding AB 499 – Insanity Defense Revisions.   Accompanied by proposed revisions to AB 499

153. Summary of Negotiations on Assembly Bill 499, 2/3/84

154. Letter of Feb. 6, 1984, to James Fullin from Judge Michael J. Barron regarding insanity bill

155. Letter of Feb. 9, 1984, to Jim Fullin from Randall E. Morey

156. Letter of Feb. 9, 1984, to Judge Mary Lou Munts from Frank J. Remington, Erica M. Eisinger, Michael Dwyer

157. Letter of Feb. 16, 1984, to Jim Fullin from A. A. Lorenz

158. Draft 2/20/84 to Rep. Mary Lou Munts and Jim Fullin from Dianne Greenley, Tom Dixon, Beverly Young, and Rod Uphoff

159. Letter of Feb. 24, 1984, to Senator Roshell from James Fullin, Jr.

160. Letter of Feb. 27, 1984, to Members Joint Committee on Finance from Bob Lang regarding Assembly Bill 499 : Criminal Responsibility and Commitment of Nonresponsible Persons

161. Letter of Feb. 28, 1984, to James Fullin regarding “Compromise” subsitute amendment on AB 499

162. Letter of March 13, 1984, to Members of the Assembly from Jim Fullin.   Includes brief comparison of present law with the substitute amendment

163. Letter of June 11, 1984, to David E. Schultz from James Fullin, Jr.

164. Letter of July 6, 1984, to Stephen L. Smay from William J. Mulligan

165. Letter of July 16, 1984, to Leigh M. Roberts from David E. Schultz

166. Letter of July 23, 1984, to Linda Reivitz from Bronson C. La Follette

167. Uniform Law Commissioners’ Model Insanity Defense and Post-Trial Disposition Act drafted by National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws

168. John Monahan and Henry J. Steadman, Crime and Mental Disorder , Sept., National Insitute of Justice Research in Brief, (1984)

169. Memorandum of Sept. 7, 1984, to Special Committee on the Insanity Defense from Ed Lien regarding meeting notice and materials

170. Letter of Sept. 20, 1984, to Jim Fullin, Ed Lien from Dave Schultz

Subject: Insanity Defense Committee                        Folder: 4 of 5

1. Letter of Feb. 12, 1985, to James Fullin, Jr. from Orlan L. Prestegard

2. Comments on the 1985 Version of the Judicial Council’s Revision of the Statutes Concerning Criminal Insanity, Feb. 12, 1985.   Accompanied by Judicial Council Insanity Defense Legislation : Background & Discussion Questions by James Fullin, Jr.

3. Letter of Feb. 15, 1985, to Judicial Council from Jim Fullin regarding insanity defense bill commentary

4. Letter of April 22, 1985, to James Fullin, Jr. from Judge Richard S. Brown regarding the right, if any, the trial court has to proceed while an appeal is pending. Accompanied by letter of April 1, 1985, to Judge Brown from Earl Hazeltine regarding jurisdiction of trial court while appeal is pending

5. Letter of May 17, 1985, to John Torphy from Paul Harris regarding insanity defense bill draft of March 8, 1985

6. Letter of June 7, 1985, to James Fullin, Jr. from Walter J. Dickey. Accompanied by memorandum of May 17, 1985, to John Torphy from Paul Harris regarding insanity defense bill draft of March 8, 1985

7. Drafter’s Note from the Legislative Reference Bureau, LRB-2939/ldn

8. 1985 Senate Bill 358, LRB-2939/2

8.1 Competency Burde, Draft A 11-8-85

9. Release of Young Killer Angers Legislators , Oct. 4, Wisconsin State Journal (1985)

10. Memorandum of Jan. 24, 1986, to Senate Committee on Judiciary and Consumer Affairs regarding Senate Bill 358. Accompanied by Report of the State Bar Special Committee on the Insanity Defense

11. Testimony of James L. Fullin, Jr. … on 1985 Senate Bill 358, Jan. 28, 1986

12. Letter of Feb. 13, 1986, to Members of Senate Judiciary Committee from Dianne Greenley regarding SB 358 Insanity Defense Revisions

13. Drafter’s Note from the Legislative Reference Bureau, LRB-0167/2dn

14. An Act to repeal 971.06 (1) (d) …, LRB-3756/1

15. Assembly Amendment 1 to 1987 Assembly Bill 597, LRBa2799/1

16. Assembly Amendment 2 to 1987 Assembly Bill 597, LRBa2800/1

17. Assembly Amendment 3 to 1987 Assembly Bill 597, LRBa2801/1

18. Assembly Amendment 4 to 1987 Assembly Bill 597, LRBa2802/1

19. Assembly Amendment 5 to 1987 Assembly Bill 597, LRBa2803/1

20. An Act to repeal 971.06 (1) (d) …, LRB-3058/1

21. Competency Pending Appeal Committee 1987.   Membership lists of Competency Pending Appeal Committee

22. Letter of Jan. 12, 1987, to Sen. Lynn Adelman from Dianne Greenley regarding insanity defense revisions – LRB-0167/2dn

23. Jan. 30, 1987 minutes of meeting, Judicial Council Competency Pending Appeal Committee

24. Feb. 20, 1987 minutes of meeting, Judicial Council Competency Pending Appeal Committee

25. Norval Morris and Marc Miller, Predictions of Dangerousness in the Criminal Law, March, Research in Brief (1987)

26. Letter of March 2, 1987, to James Fullin, Jr. from John Franz

27. Letter of April 3, 1987, to James Fullin, Jr. from Judge Peter G. Pappas.   Accompanied by Callahan v. Callahan

28. Letter of April 21, 1987, to James Fullin from Earl Hazeltine regarding April 24, 1987, subcommittee meeting.   Accompanied by March 27, 1987, letter to Earl Hazeltine from Mary Batt

29. 1987 Senate Bill 278, LRB-0167/3

30. Minutes of April 24, 1987, meeting of the Competency Pending Appeal Committee

31. Minutes of May 29, 1987, meeting of the Competency Pending Appeal Committee

32. Memorandum of June 9, 1987, to Insanity Defense Committee from Ed Lien regarding Sen. Adelman’s Insanity Defense Bill

33. Summary of proceedings of June 26, 1987, meeting of the Competency Pending Appeal Committee

34. Fiscal estimate, LRB 3058/1

35. Letter of June 17, 1987, to Guy D. Reynolds from William J. Crowley

36. Letter of June 18, 1987, to Competency Pending Appeal Committee from Orlan L. Prestegard regarding Draft A.   Accompanied by:   Draft A; Letter of June 18, 1987, to Orlan L. Prestegard from Paul C. Gartzke; Letter of June 10, 1987, to Judge Paul C. Gartzke from David C. Steelman; Letter of May 16, 1975, to John Mueller from Bill Benjamin regarding memorandum of interlocutory judgments/orders; and Memorandum of May 16, 1975, to John Mueller from Bill Benjamin regarding appealability of interlocutory judgments and orders

37. Summary of proceedings of June 26, 1987, meeting of the Competency Pending Appeal Committee

38. Letter of July 28, 1987, to Members of the Competency Pending Appeal Committee from Orlan L. Prestegard   regarding Draft B, concerning actions pending appeal

39. Notice of Aug. 14, 1987, to Competency Pending Appeal Committee from Jim Fullin

40. Letter of Aug. 17, 1987, to James Fullin, Jr. from Judge Raymond E. Gieringer

41. Competency Pending Appeal Committee, Alternatives and Additions to Draft B, dated July 27, 1987

42. Summary of proceedings of Aug. 21, 1987, meeting of the Competency Pending Appeal Committee

43. Letter of Aug. 25, 1987, to Jim from Linda

44. 1987 Assembly Bill 522, LRB-3756/1

45. Press release of Aug. 26, 1987, Rutkowski and Tewinkle Introduce more Careful Review of Dangerous Criminals

46. Press release of Aug. 26, 1987

47. Letter of Aug. 27, 1987, to James Fullin, Jr. from Gerald M. O’Brien

48. Letter of Sept. 9, 1987, to Orlan L. Prestegard from Tom Williams regarding trust and estate matters

49. Petition in the matter of the amendment of Rules of Civil and Appellate Procedure, Draft C 9-11-87

50. Petition in the matter of the amendment of Rules of Civil and Appellate Procedure, Draft D 9-21-87

51. Fiscal estimate, LRB 3058

52. Summary of proceedings of Sept. 18, 1987, meeting of the Competency Pending Appeal Committee

52.1 Petition in the matter of the amendment of Rules of Civil and Appellate Procedure, Draft E 11-12-87

53. Letter of Nov. 16, 1987, to Assembly Committee on Criminal Justice and Safety from Lauren Brown-Perry, et. al regarding AB 597

54. Testimony of James L. Fullin, Jr. … 1987 Assembly Bill 597

55. Letter of Nov. 23, 1987, to Members of Assembly Judiciary Committee from Dianne Greenley regarding AB 597 – Insanity Defense Revisions

55.1 Petition in the matter of the amendment of rules of civil and appellate procedure, Draft F 12-11-87

56. Assembly Amendment 1 to 1987 Assembly Bill 597, LRBa2799/1

57. Assembly Amendment 2 to 1987 Assembly Bill 597, LRBa2800/1

58. Assembly Amendment 3 to 1987 Assembly Bill 597, LRBa2801/1

59. Assembly Amendment 4 to 1987 Assembly Bill 597, LRBa2802/1

60. Assembly Amendment 5 to 1987 Assembly Bill 597, LRBa2803/1

61. Memorandum of Jan. 21, 1988, to Insanity Defense Committee from Ed Lien

62. Assembly Amendment 1, to Assembly Amendment 5, to 1987 Assembly Bill 597, LRBa3227/1

63. Prisoners of their Minds : Crime Can be Part of Lifetime of Isolation; Inconsistency in Treatment Affects Mentally Ill Criminals; Investigating the Insanity Plea; Insanity Plea Use in Some Notorious Crimes, Aug. 14, The Milwaukee Journal, (1988)

64. The Milwaukee Journal, Series on the Criminally Insane, Aug. 14 - Aug. 17, 1988

65. Attendance and membership lists of Insanity Defense Committee

65.1 Petition In the Matter of the Amendment of Rules of Civil and Appellate Procedure (proposed revision of pending petition filed 1/7/88

66. An Act to amend 971.16 of the statutes, …, LRB-0552/2. Accompanied by: Summary of proceedings of the April 14, 1989, to the Insanity Defense Committee; Letter of March 23, 1989, to Judge Mark Frankel from Paul Harris regarding conditional release of insanity commitment cases

67. 1989 Submittal Form.   Accompanied by:   Drafter’s Note from the Legislative Reference Bureau, LRB-0902/1dn; and An Act to repeal 97.06 (1) (d)…, LRB-0902/1

68. Letter of March 23, 1989, to Judge Mark Frankel from Paul Harris regarding conditional release of insanity commitment cases

69. Competency to Stand Trial, 3/16/89

70. Obtaining Court Orders for Medication of Mental Patients, March 31, 1989

71. Summary of proceedings of April 14, 1989, meeting of the Insanity Defense Committee

72. Letter of April 28, 1989, to Insanity Defense Committee from Jim Fullin

73. Letter of June 16, 1989, to Members of Judicial Council Insanity Defense Committee from Dianne Greenley regarding LRB 902/1

74. Summary of proceedings of June 16, 1989, meeting of the Insanity Defense Committee

75. Letter of June 27, 1989, to James Fullin, Jr. from Jack Longert

76. Summary of proceedings of Sept. 15, 1989, meeting of the Insanity Defense Committee

77. Notice of June 29, 1989, to Insanity Defense Committee from Judge Peter G. Pappas

78. Summary of proceedings of Sept. 15, 1989, meeting of the Insanity Defense Committee.   Accompanied by letter to Jim from Dave

79. State v. Johnson, case no. J-9272; State v. Crosley, L-8548

80. Letter of Oct. 3, 1989, to Peter G. Pappas from Dianne Greenley.   Enclosures include: “set of materials which I believe illustrate the conditional release problems which we discussed at the last meeting of the committee”

81. Drafter’s Note from the Legislative Reference Bureau, LRB-2701/4dn

82. Summary of proceedings of Nov. 10, 1989, meeting of the Insanity Defense Committee

83. Summary of proceedings of Oct. 13, 1989, meeting of the Insanity Defense Committee

84. Insanity Defense Draft A 11-3-89

85. Insanity Defense Draft B 12-8-89

86. HSS 31 Probation-Parole Revocation Procedure

87. Letter of Dec. 15, 1989, to Insanity Defense Committee from Jim Fullin regarding retrial of guilt following reversal of judgment for responsibility-phase error. Accompanied by:   Letter of Dec. 16, 1987, to Jim Fullin from Robert D. Donohoo regarding 1987 Wisconsin Act 86; and 1987 Wisconsin Act 86

88. Summary of proceedings of Dec. 15, 1989, meeting of the Insanity Defense Committee

89. Letter of Dec. 21, 1989, to Insanity Defense Committee from Jim Fullin regarding Committee Report to Judicial Council

90. Insanity Draft C 12-21-89

91. Memorandum of Jan. 5, 1990, to Insanity Defense Committee from Ed Lien regarding proposed bill from the Judicial Council

92. Drafter’s Note from the Legislative Reference Bureau, LRB-4616/ldn

93. Letter of Jan. 23, 1990, to James Fullin, Jr. from Robert D. Miller

94. Letter of Feb. 7, 1990, to Senators Burke from Jim Fullin regarding insanity defense bill SB458

95. Fiscal estimate, 1939 Senate Bill 458, LRB 4616/3

96. Letter of Feb. 26, 1990, to Evelyn Mazack from Barry Slagle regarding LRB 4616

97. Rutkowski Reports, Spring 1990

98. Letter of March 6, 1990, to Sen. Lynn S. Adelman from Patricia A. Goodrich

99. Senate Amendment 1 to 1989 Senate Bill 458, LRBa3500/1

100. Letter of March 20, 1990, to Jim Fullin from Dianne Greenley regarding SB458

101. Letter of March 22, 1983, to James Fullin from Bette Arey. Accompanied by rough draft

102. Letter of March 28, 1990

103. Letter of March 28, 1990

104. Letter of April 9, 1990, to Gov. Tommy g. Thompson from Donal J. Hanaway

105. Letter of April 17, 1990, to Judge Thomas P. Doherty from Kenneth H. Smail regarding SB 458

106. Use of the Insanity Defense in Wisconsin Pre and Post Hinckley : an Overview, April 23, 1990

107. 1989 Wisconsin Act 334

108. Letter of May 16, 1990, to Insanity Defense Committee from Jim Fullin regarding 1989 Wisconsin Act 334

109. Memorandum of Dec. 5, 1991, to Attorney General Doyle from Kimberly A. Kradolfer regarding request for information on criminal commitment statutes

110. Memorandum of Dec. 7, 1941 [sic 1991], to Bronson C. La Follette from Douglas Haag regarding State Bar Insanity Defense Committee meeting.   Accompanied by: Memorandum of Dec. 21, 1982, to Bronson C. La Follette from Douglas Haag regarding State Bar Insanity Defense Committee meeting : Dec. 17, 1982; Memorandum of Jan. 24, 1983, to Bronson C. La Follette from Douglas Haag regarding State Bar Insanity Defense Committee Meeting : January 20, 1983; Harry F. Rosenthal, Insane Should Pay for Crime? ; Philip M. Boffey, Psychiatric Group Urges Stiffer Rules for Insanity Plea

111. Letter of Dec. 26, 1991, to Kimberly A. Kradolfer from Douglas Haag

Subject: Insanity Defense Committee                         Folder: 5 of 5

1. Should Wisconsin’s Criminal Responsibility Statute (S. 971.15) be changed?

2. Criminal Law : Psychological Abnormality as a Factor in Grading Criminal Liability; Diminished Capacity, Diminished Responsibility, and the Like by George E. Dix

3. Recent Developments : Diminished Capacity Recent Decisions and an Analytical Approach , 30, Vanderbilt Law Review, 213 (1977). Accompanied by Bernard L. Diamond, Social and Cultural Factors as a Diminished Capacity Defense in Criminal Law , Model Penal Code

4. Harris v. Israel, no. 78-1209, Second Supplemental Brief of Petitioner-Appellant

5. Harris v. Israel, no. 78-1209, Supplemental Brief of Respondent-Appellee

6. Appendix A, B, and C

7. Draft 3, 971.175 Sequential Order of Proof; Draft 5, Sec. 1 971.17 (1); Sec. 2 971.17 (2); Draft 7 Sec. 1 907.04; Sec. 2 971.16 (4); Draft 8 Sec. 1 971.06 (1) & 971.06 (3); Sec. 3 971.16 (1); Sec. 4 971.17; Sec. 5 971.17 (4); Sec. 6 971.175; and Sec. 7 972.13 (2)

8. Should a Defendant Found Not Responsible for Criminal Conduct have the Right to Appellate Review of Orders and Rulings of the Trial Court mad Prior to or During the Guilt Phase of the Trial?

9. Should Wisconsin’s Criminal Responsibility Statute (S. 971.15) be Changed?

10. Hoppenrath, Jr. v. State

11. Draft sec. 971.14 (7); Draft 971.16 (1); Draft 971.16 (2); Draft 971.16 (3); Draft 971.16 (4); and Draft 971.16 (5)

12. Draft sec. 971.14 (2); Draft 971.16 (2)

13. An Act to repeal 971.06 (1) (s) and 971.175, to repeal and recreate 971.17, to amend 51.61 (1) (d), 971.16 (1) and 972.13 (2) and (3), and to create 971.06 (3) and 971.165 of the statutes, relating to criminal responsibility, Draft 8

14. Vitek, Correctional Director, et al. v. Jones

15. State v. Davee

16. Sec. 1 907.04, and 971.16 (4) and Judicial Council Notes

17. Section ______ 971.15 (2) and (3) and Judicial Council Note

18. State v. McCredden, 33 Wis. (2d) 661

19. The Insanity Defense – Ready for Reform?   by James L. Fullin, Jr.

20. Draft Report of the State Bar Special Committee on the Insanity Defense

21. Memorandum to Interested Persons from Erica Eisinger, Carol Stauder from AB 499

22. Report of the Board of Trustees regarding the insanity defense in criminal trials and limitation of psychiatric testimony (Resolutions 15 and 21, I-82) presented by John J. Coury, Jr. Referred to Reference Committee G

23. Draft Report of the State Bar Special Committee on the Insanity Defense

24. Statement of Program of Services for the Wisconsin Resource Center

25. Draft Report of the State Bar Special Committee on the Insanity Defense

26. Draft Report of the State Bar Special Committee on the Insanity Defense

27. Facts about the Insanity Defense in Wisconsin

28. Membership list of the Insanity Defense Committee

29. Proposed Prefatory Note

30. Rita James Simon, The Jury’s Response to the Commitment Instruction , The Jury and the Defense of Insanity

31. Insanity Defense: a Comparative Analysis of the Recommendations of the National Commission on the Insanity Defense, The American Bar Association, and the American Psychiatric Association prepared by Public Policy Department, National Mental Health Association

32. Form letter from James Fullin, Jr.

33. Arguments Against Amendment Removing Judgment of Conviction from AB 765

34. SM 50 Incompetency to Proceed

35. Youngberg v. Rome and Mills v. Rogers Analysis and Commentary , Mental Health Law Project

36. Insanity Defense

37. Use of the plea “not guilty by reason of mental disease or defect” in Wisconsin, from Gordon A. Anderson

38. Legal “rites”: recriminalizing the mentally ill by Darold A. Treffert

39. Guilty but Mentally Ill : A Resonalbe Compromise for Pennsylvania

40. Alan A. Stone, The Insanity Defense on Trial , Hospital and Community Psychiatry, 636

41. Competency

42. Questions and Answers

43. Section 753.03 Jurisdiction of Circuit Courts. Chapter 753

44. Memorandum to James Fullin from Ed Lien regarding SB 358

45. Improve Due Process Protections

46. Letter from James A. Rutkowski

47. State ex. rel. Helmer v. Cullen

48. Chart Outline of AB 765 Changes

49. The purpose of AB 765…

50. Arguments Against Limiting Competency Examiners to Physicians

51. Arguments Against Allowing Psychiatric Experts to Testify on Guilt (At First Phase of Trial)

52. Arguments Against Deleting Definition of Mental “Disease” and “Defect”

53. New Rights of Mentally Ill Criminal Defendants Conferred by Assembly Bill 765

54. 971.11 Proceedings Before and at Trial

55. Steele v. State, 77-061-CR

56. ss 8.01 Insanity

57. Chapter 4 Plea

58. People v. Drew

59. Chapter 20 Competency to Proceed

60. State v. McKnight65 Wis. 2d 582

61. State ex. rel. Haskins v. Dodge County Court 62 Wis. 2d 250

62. State ex. rel. Dudek v. Circuit Court34 Wis. (2d) 559

63. Lofton v. State, 83 Wis. 2d 472

64. Schimmel v. State, 84 Wis. 2d 287

65. Hughes v. Mathews 576 F. Rep. 1250

66. Sandstrom v. Montana 99 Sup. Ct. 2450

67. 330.2020 Competency, presumption; incompetency, determination

68. An Act to repeal 971.06 (1)(d) and 971.175; to repeal and recreate 971.16 and 971.17…

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