State: Wisconsin

WI 972.02. Jury trial; waiver.

Wisconsin Annotated Statutes Criminal Procedure (Chs. 967 — 980) Chapter 972. Criminal Trials (§§ 972.01 — 972.15) § 972.02. Jury trial; waiver. (1) Except as otherwise provided in this chapter, criminal cases shall be tried by a jury selected as prescribed in s. 805.08, unless the defendant waives a jury in writing or by statement …

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WI 938.183. Original adult court jurisdiction for criminal proceedings.

Wisconsin Annotated Statutes Juvenile Justice Code (Ch. 938) Chapter 938. Juvenile Justice Code (Subchs. I — XX) Subchapter III Jurisdiction (§§ 938.12 — 938.185) §938.183. Original adult court jurisdiction for criminal proceedings. (1) Juveniles under adult court jurisdiction. Notwithstanding ss. 938.12 (1) and 938.18, courts of criminal jurisdiction have exclusive original jurisdiction over all of …

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WI 938.18. Jurisdiction for criminal proceedings for juveniles 14 or older; waiver hearing.

Wisconsin Annotated Statutes Juvenile Justice Code (Ch. 938) Chapter 938. Juvenile Justice Code (Subchs. I — XX) Subchapter III Jurisdiction (§§ 938.12 — 938.185) §938.18. Jurisdiction for criminal proceedings for juveniles 14 or older; waiver hearing. (1) Waiver of juvenile court jurisdiction; conditions for. Subject to s. 938.183, a petition requesting the court to waive …

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WI 29.593. Requirement for certificate of accomplishment to obtain hunting approval.

Wisconsin Annotated Statutes Public Domain and the Trust Funds (Chs. 23 — 34) Chapter 29. Wild Animals and Plants (Subchs. I — XIII) Subchapter VIII Education and Training (§§ 29.591 — 29.598) §29.593. Requirement for certificate of accomplishment to obtain hunting approval. (1) (a) Except as provided under subs. (2), (2m) and (3), and s. …

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WI 29.304. Restrictions on hunting and use of firearms by persons under 16 years of age.

Wisconsin Annotated Statutes Public Domain and the Trust Funds (Chs. 23 — 34) Chapter 29. Wild Animals and Plants (Subchs. I — XIII) Subchapter IV Hunting and Trapping Regulation (§§ 29.301 — 29.364) §29.304. Restrictions on hunting and use of firearms by persons under 16 years of age. (1) Persons under 12 years of age. …

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WI 941.28. Possession of short-barreled shotgun or short-barreled rifle.

Wisconsin Annotated Statutes Criminal Code (Chs. 939 — 951) Chapter 941. Crimes Against Public Health and Safety (Subchs. I — IV) Subchapter III Weapons (§§ 941.20 — 941.299) §941.28. Possession of short-barreled shotgun or short-barreled rifle. (1) In this section: (a) “Rifle” means a firearm designed or redesigned, made or remade, and intended to be …

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WI 948.60. Possession of a dangerous weapon by a person under 18.

Wisconsin Annotated Statutes Criminal Code (Chs. 939 — 951) Chapter 948. Crimes Against Children (§§ 948.01 — 948.70) §948.60. Possession of a dangerous weapon by a person under 18. (1) In this section, “dangerous weapon” means any firearm, loaded or unloaded; any electric weapon, as defined in s. 941.295 (1c) (a); metallic knuckles or knuckles …

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