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Truth in Sentencing (TIS) Forms, Links and Materials

Sentencing in Wisconsin is complicated becaof the enactment of Truth in Sentencing I and II. The Wisconsin State Public Defender is providing the following to assist attorneys in sorting out the law in this area. We are providing both the official forms and guidelines as well as copies of the training materials distributed at our TIS training earlier this year.

 
Wisconsin Sentencing Guidelines Worksheets
 
Burglary
1st Degree Sexual Assault of a Child
2nd Degree Sexual Assault of a Child
1st Degree Sexual Assault
2nd Degree Sexual Assault
Armed Robbery
Forgery
Poss w/ Intent to Deliver: Cocaine 1 g. and under
Poss w/ Intent to Deliver: THC 200 g to 1000 g
Robbery
Theft (>$10,000)
New form, use after July 1, 2005
New form, use after July 1, 2005
New form, use after July 1, 2005
New form, use after July 1, 2005
New form, use after July 1, 2005
New form, use after July 1, 2005
New form, use after July 1, 2005
New form, use after July 1, 2005
New form, use after July 1, 2005
New form, use after July 1, 2005
New form, use after July 1, 2005
 
Wisconsin Sentencing Guidlines Notes
 
Circuit Court Forms by Category (Motions to modify TIS sentences)
 
TIS training materials
  Truth in Sentencing Outline - Judge Patrick Fiedler
Truth in Sentencing Examples - Judge Patrick Fiedler
Extended Supervision Revocation - Judge Patrick Fiedler 
Truth in Sentencing II - Penalty Chart - Judge Patrick Fiedler 
The Transition from 1997ACT 283 to 2001 ACT 109 - Prof. Thomas Hammer 
Truth in Sentencing Part II - Prof. Thomas Hammer
Effective Sentencing Practice in the Truth in Sentencing Era - Stephen Hurley
Effective Sentencing Advocacy under Truth in Sentencing II - Craig Johnson