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51.42 (3) (aw) 1. d. Provide treatment and services that are specified in a conditional release plan approved by a court for a person who is a county resident and is conditionally released under s. 971.17 (3) or (4) or that are specified in a supervised release plan approved by a court under s. 980.06 (2) (c), 1997 stats., s. 980.08 (5), 2003 stats., or s. 980.08 (5) (4) (g). If the county department provides treatment and services under this subdivision, the department of health and family services shall, from the appropriation under s. 20.435 (2) (bj), pay the county department for the costs of the treatment and services.
434,18 Section 18. 51.61 (1) (o) of the statutes is amended to read:
51.61 (1) (o) Except as otherwise provided, have a right not to be filmed or taped, unless the patient signs an informed and voluntary consent that specifically authorizes a named individual or group to film or tape the patient for a particular purpose or project during a specified time period. The patient may specify in such consent periods during which, or situations in which, the patient may not be filmed or taped. If a patient is legally incompetent, such consent shall be granted on behalf of the patient by the patient's guardian. A patient in Goodland Hall at the Mendota Mental Health Institute, or a patient detained or committed under ch. 980 and placed in a facility specified under s. 980.065, may be filmed or taped for security purposes without the patient's consent, except that such a patient may not be filmed in patient bedrooms or bathrooms for any purpose without the patient's consent unless the patient is engaged in dangerous or disruptive behavior. A treatment activity involving a patient committed or detained under ch. 980 may be filmed or taped if the purpose of the recording is to assess the quality of the treatment activity or to facilitate clinical supervision of the staff involved in the treatment activity.
434,19 Section 19. 109.09 (1) of the statutes is amended to read:
109.09 (1) The department shall investigate and attempt equitably to adjust controversies between employers and employees as to alleged wage claims. The department may receive and investigate any wage claim which is filed with the department, or received by the department under s. 109.10 (4), no later than 2 years after the date the wages are due. The department may, after receiving a wage claim, investigate any wages due from the employer against whom the claim is filed to any employee during the period commencing 2 years before the date the claim is filed. The department shall enforce this chapter and ss. 66.0903, 103.02, 103.49, 103.82, 104.12 and 229.8275. In pursuance of this duty, the department may sue the employer on behalf of the employee to collect any wage claim or wage deficiency and ss. 109.03 (6) and 109.11 (2) and (3) shall apply to such actions. Except for actions under s. 109.10, the department may refer such an action to the district attorney of the county in which the violation occurs for prosecution and collection and the district attorney shall commence an action in the circuit court having appropriate jurisdiction. Any number of wage claims or wage deficiencies against the same employer may be joined in a single proceeding, but the court may order separate trials or hearings. In actions that are referred to a district attorney under this subsection, any taxable costs recovered by the district attorney shall be paid into the general fund of the county in which the violation occurs and used by that county to meet its financial responsibility under s. 978.13 (2) (b) for the operation of the office of the district attorney who prosecuted the action.
434,20 Section 20 . 118.125 (2) (ck) of the statutes is created to read:
118.125 (2) (ck) The school district clerk or his or her designee shall make pupil records available for inspection or, upon request, disclose the contents of pupil records to authorized representatives of the department of corrections, the department of health and family services, the department of justice, or a district attorney for use in the prosecution of any proceeding or any evaluation conducted under ch. 980, if the pupil records involve or relate to an individual who is the subject of the proceeding or evaluation. The court in which the proceeding under ch. 980 is pending may issue any protective orders that it determines are appropriate concerning pupil records made available or disclosed under this paragraph. Any representative of the department of corrections, the department of health and family services, the department of justice, or a district attorney may disclose information obtained under this paragraph for any purpose consistent with any proceeding under ch. 980.
434,21 Section 21. 146.82 (2) (c) of the statutes is amended to read:
146.82 (2) (c) Notwithstanding sub. (1), patient health care records shall be released to appropriate examiners and facilities in accordance with ss. s. 971.17 (2) (e), (4) (c), and (7) (c), 980.03 (4) and 980.08 (3). The recipient of any information from the records shall keep the information confidential except as necessary to comply with s. 971.17 or ch. 980.
434,22 Section 22 . 146.82 (2) (cm) of the statutes is created to read:
146.82 (2) (cm) Notwithstanding sub. (1), patient health care records shall be released, upon request, to appropriate persons in accordance with s. 980.031 (4) and to authorized representatives of the department of corrections, the department of health and family services, the department of justice, or a district attorney for use in the prosecution of any proceeding or any evaluation conducted under ch. 980, if the treatment records involve or relate to an individual who is the subject of the proceeding or evaluation. The court in which the proceeding under ch. 980 is pending may issue any protective orders that it determines are appropriate concerning records made available or disclosed under this paragraph. Any representative of the department of corrections, the department of health and family services, the department of justice, or a district attorney may disclose information obtained under this paragraph for any purpose consistent with any proceeding under ch. 980.
434,23 Section 23. 301.03 (19) of the statutes is amended to read:
301.03 (19) Work to minimize, to the greatest extent possible, the residential population density of sex offenders, as defined in s. 302.116 (1) (b), who are on probation, parole, or extended supervision or placed on supervised release under s. 980.06 (2) (c), 1997 stats., s. 980.08 (5), 2003 stats., or s. 980.08 (5) (4) (g).
434,24 Section 24. 301.45 (1g) (dt) of the statutes is amended to read:
301.45 (1g) (dt) Is in institutional care or on conditional supervised release under ch. 980 on or after June 2, 1994.
434,25 Section 25. 301.45 (3) (a) 3r. of the statutes is amended to read:
301.45 (3) (a) 3r. If the person has been committed under ch. 980, he or she is subject to this subsection upon being placed on supervised release under s. 980.06 (2), 1997 stats., or s. 980.08 or, if he or she was not placed on supervised release, before being discharged under s. 980.10, 2003 stats., or s. 980.09 or 980.10 (4).
434,26 Section 26. 301.45 (3) (b) 3. of the statutes is amended to read:
301.45 (3) (b) 3. The department of health and family services shall notify a person who is being placed on conditional release, supervised release, conditional transfer or parole, or is being terminated or discharged from a commitment, under s. 51.20, 51.35 or 971.17 or ch. 975 or 980 and who is covered under sub. (1g) of the need to comply with the requirements of this section.
434,27 Section 27. 301.45 (5) (b) 2. of the statutes is amended to read:
301.45 (5) (b) 2. The person has been found to be a sexually violent person under ch. 980, regardless of whether the person is has been discharged under s. 980.10, 2003 stats., or s. 980.09 or 980.10 (4) from the sexually violent person commitment, except that the person no longer has to comply with this section if the finding that the person is a sexually violent person has been reversed, set aside or vacated.
434,28 Section 28. 756.06 (2) (b) of the statutes is amended to read:
756.06 (2) (b) Except as provided in par. (c) and ss. 980.05 (2) and (2m) (c), 980.09 (3), and 980.095 (1), a jury in a civil case shall consist of 6 persons unless a party requests a greater number, not to exceed 12. The court, on its own motion, may require a greater number, not to exceed 12.
434,29 Section 29. 801.52 of the statutes is amended to read:
801.52 Discretionary change of venue. The court may at any time, upon its own motion, the motion of a party or the stipulation of the parties, change the venue to any county in the interest of justice or for the convenience of the parties or witnesses. This section does not apply to proceedings under ch. 980.
434,30 Section 30. 808.04 (3) of the statutes is amended to read:
808.04 (3) Except as provided in subs. (4) and (7), an appeal in a criminal case or a case under ch. 48, 51, 55 or , 938, or 980 shall be initiated within the time period specified in s. 809.30.
434,31 Section 31. 808.04 (4) of the statutes is amended to read:
808.04 (4) Except as provided in sub. (7m), an appeal by the state in either a criminal case under s. 974.05 or a case under ch. 48 or, 938, or 980 shall be initiated within 45 days of entry of the judgment or order appealed from.
434,32 Section 32. 808.075 (4) (h) of the statutes is amended to read:
808.075 (4) (h) Commitment, supervised release, recommitment, discharge, and postcommitment relief under s. 980.10, 2003 stats., or ss. 980.06, 980.08, 980.09, 980.10 (4), and 980.101 of a person found to be a sexually violent person under ch. 980.
434,33 Section 33. 809.10 (1) (d) of the statutes is amended to read:
809.10 (1) (d) Docketing statement. The person shall send the court of appeals an original and one copy of a completed docketing statement on a form prescribed by the court of appeals. The docketing statement shall accompany the court of appeals' copy of the notice of appeal. The person shall send a copy of the completed docketing statement to the other parties to the appeal. Docketing statements need not be filed in appeals brought under s. 809.105, 809.107, 809.32, or 974.06 (7), in cases under ch. 980, or in cases in which a party represents himself or herself. Docketing statements need not be filed in appeals brought under s. 809.30 or 974.05, or by the state or defendant in permissive appeals in criminal cases pursuant to s. 809.50, except that docketing statements shall be filed in cases arising under chs. 48, 51, 55, or 938.
434,34 Section 34. 809.30 (1) (c) of the statutes is amended to read:
809.30 (1) (c) "Postconviction relief" means an appeal or a motion for postconviction relief in a criminal case, other than an appeal, motion, or petition under ss. 302.113 (7m), 302.113 (9g), 973.19, 973.195, 974.06, or 974.07 (2). In a ch. 980 case, the term means an appeal or a motion for postcommitment relief under s. 980.038 (4).
434,35 Section 35. 809.30 (1) (f) of the statutes is amended to read:
809.30 (1) (f) "Sentencing" means the imposition of a sentence, a fine, or probation in a criminal case. In a ch. 980 case, the term means the entry of an order under s. 980.06.
434,36 Section 36 . 814.61 (1) (c) 6. of the statutes is created to read:
814.61 (1) (c) 6. An action to commit a person under ch. 51, 55, or 980.
434,37 Section 37 . 905.04 (4) (a) of the statutes is amended to read:
905.04 (4) (a) Proceedings for hospitalization, guardianship, protective services, or protective placement or for control, care, or treatment of a sexually violent person. There is no privilege under this rule as to communications and information relevant to an issue in proceedings to hospitalize the patient for mental illness, to appoint a guardian under s. 880.33, for court-ordered protective services or protective placement or, for review of guardianship, protective services, or protective placement orders, or for control, care, or treatment of a sexually violent person under ch. 980, if the physician, registered nurse, chiropractor, psychologist, social worker, marriage and family therapist, or professional counselor in the course of diagnosis or treatment has determined that the patient is in need of hospitalization, guardianship, protective services, or protective placement or control, care, and treatment as a sexually violent person.
434,38 Section 38. 911.01 (4) (c) of the statutes is amended to read:
911.01 (4) (c) Miscellaneous proceedings. Proceedings for extradition or rendition; sentencing, granting or revoking probation, modification of a bifurcated sentence under s. 302.113 (9g), adjustment of a bifurcated sentence under s. 973.195 (1r), issuance of arrest warrants, criminal summonses and search warrants; hearings under s. 980.09 (2); proceedings under s. 971.14 (1) (c); proceedings with respect to pretrial release under ch. 969 except where habeas corpus is utilized with respect to release on bail or as otherwise provided in ch. 969.
434,39 Section 39 . 938.35 (1) (e) of the statutes is created to read:
938.35 (1) (e) In a hearing, trial, or other proceeding under ch. 980.
434,40 Section 40. 938.396 (1) of the statutes is amended to read:
938.396 (1) Law enforcement officers' records of juveniles shall be kept separate from records of adults. Law enforcement officers' records of juveniles shall not be open to inspection or their contents disclosed except under sub. (1b), (1d), (1g), (1m), (1r), (1t), (1x) or , (5), or (10) or s. 938.293 or by order of the court. This subsection does not apply to representatives of the news media who wish to obtain information for the purpose of reporting news without revealing the identity of the juvenile involved, to the confidential exchange of information between the police and officials of the school attended by the juvenile or other law enforcement or social welfare agencies, or to juveniles 10 years of age or older who are subject to the jurisdiction of the court of criminal jurisdiction. A public school official who obtains information under this subsection shall keep the information confidential as required under s. 118.125 and a private school official who obtains information under this subsection shall keep the information confidential in the same manner as is required of a public school official under s. 118.125. A law enforcement agency that obtains information under this subsection shall keep the information confidential as required under this subsection and s. 48.396 (1). A social welfare agency that obtains information under this subsection shall keep the information confidential as required under ss. 48.78 and 938.78.
434,41 Section 41 . 938.396 (2) (e) of the statutes is renumbered 938.396 (10) and amended to read:
938.396 (10) Upon request of the department of corrections to review court A law enforcement agency's records and records for the purpose of providing, under s. 980.015 (3) (a) of the court assigned to exercise jurisdiction under this chapter and ch. 48 shall be open for inspection by authorized representatives of the department of corrections, the department of health and family services, the department of justice, or a district attorney with a person's offense history, the court shall open for inspection by authorized representatives of the department of corrections the records of the court relating to any juvenile who has been adjudicated delinquent for a sexually violent offense, as defined in s. 980.01 (6) for use in the prosecution of any proceeding or any evaluation conducted under ch. 980, if the records involve or relate to an individual who is the subject of the proceeding or evaluation. The court in which the proceeding under ch. 980 is pending may issue any protective orders that it determines are appropriate concerning information made available or disclosed under this subsection. Any representative of the department of corrections, the department of health and family services, the department of justice, or a district attorney may disclose information obtained under this subsection for any purpose consistent with any proceeding under ch. 980.
434,42 Section 42 . 938.396 (5) (a) (intro.) of the statutes is amended to read:
938.396 (5) (a) (intro.) Any person who is denied access to a record under sub. (1), (1b), (1d), (1g), (1m), (1r) or, (1t), or (10) may petition the court to order the disclosure of the records governed by the applicable subsection. The petition shall be in writing and shall describe as specifically as possible all of the following:
434,43 Section 43 . 938.78 (2) (e) of the statutes is amended to read:
938.78 (2) (e) Paragraph (a) does not prohibit the department from disclosing Notwithstanding par. (a), an agency shall, upon request, disclose information about an individual adjudged delinquent under s. 938.183 or 938.34 for a sexually violent offense, as defined in s. 980.01 (6), to authorized representatives of the department of corrections, the department of health and family services, the department of justice, or a district attorney or a judge acting under ch. 980 or to an attorney who represents a person subject to a petition for use in the prosecution of any proceeding or any evaluation conducted under ch. 980, if the information involves or relates to an individual who is the subject of the proceeding or evaluation. The court in which the petition proceeding under s. 980.02 is filed ch. 980 is pending may issue any protective orders that it determines are appropriate concerning information disclosed under this paragraph. Any representative of the department of corrections, the department of health and family services, the department of justice, or a district attorney may disclose information obtained under this paragraph for any purpose consistent with any proceeding under ch. 980.
434,44 Section 44. 940.20 (1g) of the statutes is created to read:
940.20 (1g) Battery by certain committed persons. Any person placed in a facility under s. 980.065 and who intentionally causes bodily harm to an officer, employee, agent, visitor, or other resident of the facility, without his or her consent, is guilty of a Class H felony.
434,45 Section 45 . 946.42 (1) (a) of the statutes is amended to read:
946.42 (1) (a) "Custody" includes without limitation actual custody of an institution, including a secured correctional facility, as defined in s. 938.02 (15m), a secured child caring institution, as defined in s. 938.02 (15g), a secured group home, as defined in s. 938.02 (15p), a secure detention facility, as defined in s. 938.02 (16), a Type 2 child caring institution, as defined in s. 938.02 (19r), a facility used for the detention of persons detained under s. 980.04 (1), a facility specified in s. 980.065, or a juvenile portion of a county jail, or actual custody of a peace officer or institution guard. "Custody" also includes the constructive custody of persons placed on supervised release under ch. 980 and constructive custody of prisoners and juveniles subject to an order under s. 48.366, 938.183, 938.34 (4d), (4h) or (4m) or 938.357 (4) or (5) (e) temporarily outside the institution whether for the purpose of work, school, medical care, a leave granted under s. 303.068, a temporary leave or furlough granted to a juvenile or otherwise. Under s. 303.08 (6) it means, without limitation, that of the sheriff of the county to which the prisoner was transferred after conviction. It does not include the custody of a probationer, parolee or person on extended supervision by the department of corrections or a probation, extended supervision or parole officer or the custody of a person who has been released to aftercare supervision under ch. 938 unless the person is in actual custody or is subject to a confinement order under s. 973.09 (4).
434,46 Section 46 . 946.42 (3m) of the statutes is created to read:
946.42 (3m) A person who intentionally escapes from custody under any of the following circumstances is guilty of a Class F felony:
(a) While subject to a detention order under s. 980.04 (1) or a custody order under s. 980.04 (3).
(b) While subject to an order issued under s. 980.06 committing the person to custody of the department of health and family services, regardless of whether the person is placed in institutional care or on supervised release.
434,47 Section 47. 950.04 (1v) (xm) of the statutes is amended to read:
950.04 (1v) (xm) To have the department of health and family services make a reasonable attempt to notify the victim under s. 980.11 regarding supervised release under s. 980.08 and discharge under s. 980.09 or 980.10 (4).
434,48 Section 48. 967.03 of the statutes is amended to read:
967.03 District attorneys. Wherever in chs. 967 to 979 980 powers or duties are imposed upon district attorneys, the same powers and duties may be discharged by any of their duly qualified deputies or assistants.
434,49 Section 49. 972.15 (4) of the statutes is amended to read:
972.15 (4) After sentencing, unless otherwise authorized under sub. (5) or (6) or ordered by the court, the presentence investigation report shall be confidential and shall not be made available to any person except upon specific authorization of the court.
434,50 Section 50 . 972.15 (6) of the statutes is created to read:
972.15 (6) The presentence investigation report and any information contained in it or upon which it is based may be used by any of the following persons in any evaluation, examination, referral, hearing, trial, postcommitment relief proceeding, appeal, or other proceeding under ch. 980:
(a) The department of corrections.
(b) The department of health and family services.
(c) The person who is the subject of the presentence investigation report, his or her attorney, or an agent or employee of the attorney.
(d) The attorney representing the state or an agent or employee of the attorney.
(e) A licensed physician, licensed psychologist, or other mental health professional who is examining the subject of the presentence investigation report.
(f) The court and, if applicable, the jury hearing the case.
434,51 Section 51. 978.03 (3) of the statutes, as affected by 2005 Wisconsin Act 25, is amended to read:
978.03 (3) Any assistant district attorney under sub. (1), (1m), or (2) must be an attorney admitted to practice law in this state and, except as provided in s. 978.043 (1), may perform any duty required by law to be performed by the district attorney. The district attorney of the prosecutorial unit under sub. (1), (1m), or (2) may appoint such temporary counsel as may be authorized by the department of administration.
434,52 Section 52. 978.04 of the statutes is amended to read:
978.04 Assistants in certain prosecutorial units. The district attorney of any prosecutorial unit having a population of less than 100,000 may appoint one or more assistant district attorneys as necessary to carry out the duties of his or her office and as may be requested by the department of administration authorized in accordance with s. 16.505. Any such assistant district attorney must be an attorney admitted to practice law in this state and, except as provided in s. 978.043 (1), may perform any duty required by law to be performed by the district attorney.
434,53 Section 53. 978.043 of the statutes is renumbered 978.043 (1) and amended to read.
978.043 (1) The district attorney of the prosecutorial unit that consists of Brown County and the district attorney of the prosecutorial unit that consists of Milwaukee County shall each assign one assistant district attorney in his or her prosecutorial unit to be a sexually violent person commitment prosecutor. An assistant district attorney assigned under this section subsection to be a sexually violent person commitment prosecutor may engage only in the prosecution of sexually violent person commitment proceedings under ch. 980 and, at the request of the district attorney of the prosecutorial unit, may file and prosecute sexually violent person commitment proceedings under ch. 980 in any prosecutorial unit in this state.
434,54 Section 54 . 978.043 (2) of the statutes is created to read:
978.043 (2) If an assistant district attorney assigned under sub. (1) prosecutes or assists in the prosecution of a case under ch. 980 in a prosecutorial unit other than his or her own, the prosecutorial unit in which the case is heard shall reimburse the assistant district attorney's own prosecutorial unit for his or her reasonable costs associated with the prosecution, including transportation, lodging, and meals. Unless otherwise agreed upon by the prosecutorial units involved, the court hearing the case shall determine the amount of money to be reimbursed for expert witness fees under this subsection.
434,55 Section 55. 978.045 (1r) (intro.) of the statutes is amended to read:
978.045 (1r) (intro.) Any judge of a court of record, by an order entered in the record stating the cause therefor for it, may appoint an attorney as a special prosecutor to perform, for the time being, or for the trial of the accused person, the duties of the district attorney. An attorney appointed under this subsection shall have all of the powers of the district attorney. The judge may appoint an attorney as a special prosecutor at the request of a district attorney to assist the district attorney in the prosecution of persons charged with a crime, in grand jury or John Doe proceedings, in proceedings under ch. 980, or in investigations. The judge may appoint an attorney as a special prosecutor if any of the following conditions exists:
434,56 Section 56. 978.05 (6) (a) of the statutes is amended to read:
978.05 (6) (a) Institute, commence or appear in all civil actions or special proceedings under and perform the duties set forth for the district attorney under ch. 980 and ss. 17.14, 30.03 (2), 48.09 (5), 59.55 (1), 59.64 (1), 70.36, 103.50 (8), 103.92 (4), 109.09, 343.305 (9) (a), 453.08, 806.05, 938.09, 938.18, 938.355 (6) (b) and (6g) (a), 946.86, 946.87, 961.55 (5), 971.14 and 973.075 to 973.077, perform any duties in connection with court proceedings in a court assigned to exercise jurisdiction under chs. 48 and 938 as the judge may request and perform all appropriate duties and appear if the district attorney is designated in specific statutes, including matters within chs. 782, 976 and 979 and ss. 51.81 to 51.85. Nothing in this paragraph limits the authority of the county board to designate, under s. 48.09 (5), that the corporation counsel provide representation as specified in s. 48.09 (5) or to designate, under s. 48.09 (6) or 938.09 (6), the district attorney as an appropriate person to represent the interests of the public under s. 48.14 or 938.14.
434,57 Section 57. 978.05 (8) (b) of the statutes, as affected by 2005 Wisconsin Act 25, is amended to read:
978.05 (8) (b) Hire, employ, and supervise his or her staff and, subject to s. 978.043 (1), make appropriate assignments of the staff throughout the prosecutorial unit. The district attorney may request the assistance of district attorneys, deputy district attorneys, or assistant district attorneys from other prosecutorial units or assistant attorneys general who then may appear and assist in the investigation and prosecution of any matter for which a district attorney is responsible under this chapter in like manner as assistants in the prosecutorial unit and with the same authority as the district attorney in the unit in which the action is brought. Nothing in this paragraph limits the authority of counties to regulate the hiring, employment, and supervision of county employees.
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