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Prior convictions

MADISON, Wis. — The Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled a defendant charged with operating while intoxicated who challenges a prior conviction still has the burden to show their right to counsel was violated even when the relevant hearing transcript from their prior conviction is unavailable.

Read the opinion here.

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