CRIMES AGAINST LIFE AND BODILY SECURITY
First-degree intentional homicide.
First-degree reckless homicide.
Second-degree intentional homicide.
Second-degree reckless homicide.
Homicide resulting from negligent control of vicious animal.
Homicide by negligent handling of dangerous weapon, explosives or fire.
Homicide by intoxicated use of vehicle or firearm.
Homicide by negligent operation of vehicle.
Mutilating or hiding a corpse.
Battery; substantial battery; aggravated battery.
Battery to an unborn child; substantial battery to an unborn child; aggravated battery to an unborn child.
Battery: special circumstances.
Battery or threat to witnesses.
Battery or threat to judge, prosecutor, or law enforcement officer.
Battery or threat to department of revenue employee.
Battery or threat to department of safety and professional services or department of workforce development employee.
Battery to certain employees of counties, cities, villages, or towns.
Sexual exploitation by therapist; duty to report.
Strangulation and suffocation.
Injury by negligent handling of dangerous weapon, explosives or fire.
Injury by intoxicated use of a vehicle.
Abuse of individuals at risk.
Abuse of residents of penal facilities.
Law enforcement officer; failure to render aid.
Abuse and neglect of patients and residents.
Global positioning devices.
Duty to aid victim or report crime.
Intimidation of witnesses; misdemeanor.
Intimidation of witnesses; felony.
Intimidation of victims; misdemeanor.
Intimidation of victims; felony.
Attempt prosecuted as completed act.
Violation of court orders.
Ch. 940 Cross-reference
See definitions in s. 939.22
Ch. 940 Note
NOTE: 1987 Wis. Act 399
included changes in homicide and lesser included offenses. The sections affected had previously passed the senate as 1987 Senate Bill 191, which was prepared by the Judicial Council and contained explanatory notes. These notes have been inserted following the sections affected and are credited to SB 191 as “Bill 191-S".