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2015 - 2016 LEGISLATURE
AB90,9,25 1An Act to repeal 346.74 (5) (e), 758.19 (5) (a) 5., 940.49, 967.02 (title), 967.02 (3)
2and (4), 967.02 (8), 967.03, 967.05 (1) (b) and (c), 967.05 (2) and (3), 967.06 (title),
3967.06 (2) (b), 967.07, 968.01 (1) (c), 968.02 (2), 968.02 (3), 968.02 (4), 968.03
4(title) and (3), 968.03 (1), 968.04 (1) (a), 968.04 (2) (title), 968.04 (2) (c), 968.04
5(3) (title), 968.04 (3) (a) 8., 968.04 (3) (b) 3. a., 968.04 (3) (b) 3. b. (intro.), 968.04
6(3) (b) 4., 968.06, 968.085 (2) (a) to (f), 968.09 (2), 968.12 (3) (e), 969.001 (2),
7969.01 (2) (title), 969.02 (title), (1), (2), (3) (a), (b), (c) and (d), (4), (4m), (5), (7),
8(7m) and (8), 969.03, 969.05, 969.08 (1), (2), (3) and (4), 969.09 (title), (1) and
9(3), 969.13, 969.14, 970.01 (title), 970.01 (2), 970.02 (title), 970.02 (1) (intro.),
10970.02 (3), 970.02 (4), 970.032 (title), 971.04 (1) (a), 971.06 (1) (d), 971.06 (2),
11971.06 (3), 971.07, 971.08 (3), 971.14 (title), 971.14 (1g), 971.14 (1r) (title),
12971.14 (2) (title), 971.14 (2) (am), 971.14 (3) (dm) 1. and 2., 971.14 (4) (title),
13971.14 (4) (b), 971.14 (4) (c), 971.14 (4) (d), 971.14 (5) (title), 971.14 (6) (title),
14971.14 (6) (a), 971.16 (1), 971.16 (3) (a), 971.16 (3) (b), 971.17 (1j) (title), 971.17

1(1m) (title), 971.17 (2) (title), 971.17 (3) (title), 971.17 (4m), 971.17 (6m) (title),
2971.17 (6m) (a) 1., 971.17 (6m) (b), 971.17 (6m) (c), 971.17 (7) (d), 971.225 (1) (b),
3971.23 (title), 971.23 (2m) (a), 971.23 (2m) (am), 971.23 (5c) (title), 971.23 (6c)
4(title), 971.23 (7m) (b), 971.23 (8) (b), 971.23 (8) (c), 971.23 (8) (e), 971.23 (10)
5(title), 971.29 (3), 971.30 (title) and (1), 971.31 (title), 971.31 (1), 971.31 (5) (a),
6971.31 (7), 971.31 (8), 972.02 (title), 972.04 (2), 972.09, 972.10 (1) (a) (intro.),
7972.10 (1) (a) 2., 972.10 (2), 972.10 (3), 972.10 (4), 972.10 (6), 972.115 (title),
8972.13 (title), 972.13 (6), 972.13 (7), 972.14 (1) (ag), 973.049 (1) (b), 973.20 (1g),
9974.05 (3), 975.001, 975.01, 975.06, 975.07, 975.08, 975.09, 975.10, 975.11,
10975.12, 975.15, 975.16, 975.17, 975.18, 977.076 (1), 979.05 (title), 979.06 (title),
11(1), (2) and (5), 979.07 and 979.08 (2); to renumber 967.02 (intro.), 967.02 (5),
12967.057, 967.08 (title), 967.10, 967.11, 968.01 (1) (intro.), (a) and (b), 968.01 (4),
13968.04 (2) (b), 968.04 (3) (b) (title), 968.075 (title), 968.075 (1), 968.075 (2) (ar),
14968.075 (2) (b), 968.075 (3), 968.075 (4), 968.075 (6) to (9), 968.085 (3) (intro.),
15968.085 (3) (c), 968.085 (6), 968.12 (4), 968.13 (1) (b), (c) and (d), 968.135 (title),
16968.17, 968.18, 968.20 (title), 968.20 (1r), 968.21, 968.22, 968.23, 968.24,
17968.255 (title), 968.255 (2) (intro.), 968.255 (5), 968.265, 968.27 (2), 968.27 (5),
18968.27 (8), 968.27 (10), 968.27 (12) and (13), 968.27 (14), 968.27 (14g), 968.27
19(15), 968.27 (17), 968.33, 968.373, 968.505 (title), 969.01 (title), 969.08 (5) (a),
20969.08 (5) (b) 2., 969.08 (5) (b) 5., 969.08 (6), 969.08 (9), 969.08 (10), 969.12,
21970.03 (title), 970.03 (2), (3), (4), (5) and (6), 970.032 (2) (a), (b) and (c), 970.04,
22970.05, 971.03, 971.04 (title), 971.12 (title), 971.14 (1r) (a), 971.14 (2) (f), 971.14
23(3) (a) and (b), 971.16 (title), 971.165 (title), 971.17 (title), 971.17 (1j) (a), 971.17
24(4) (title), 971.17 (5) (title), 971.17 (6m) (a) 2., 971.17 (6m) (a) 3., 971.17 (7)
25(title), 971.17 (7m), 971.225 (title), 971.23 (1) (c), 971.23 (1) (h), 971.23 (5c),

1971.23 (8) (title), 971.23 (10), 971.26, 971.32, 971.34, 971.36, 971.365, 972.10
2(title), 972.11 (title), 972.13 (4), 973.18 (title), 973.18 (5), 973.19 (title) and
3979.08 (title); to renumber and amend 801.50 (5t), 967.02 (1), 967.02 (2),
4967.02 (6), 967.02 (7), 967.04 (title), (1), (2), (3), (4), (5) and (6), 967.04 (7) (a),
5967.04 (7) (b), 967.04 (8), 967.04 (9), 967.04 (10), 967.05 (title), 967.055, 967.06
6(3), 967.08 (1), 967.08 (2) (intro.), 967.08 (2) (a) to (d), 967.08 (3) (intro.), 967.08
7(3) (a) to (f), 967.09, 968.01 (title), 968.01 (2), 968.01 (3), 968.02 (title) and (1),
8968.03 (2), 968.04 (title), 968.04 (1) (intro.), 968.04 (1) (b), 968.04 (1) (c), 968.04
9(1) (d), 968.04 (2) (a), 968.04 (3) (a) (intro.), 968.04 (3) (a) 1. to 6., 968.04 (3) (a)
107., 968.04 (3) (b) 1., 968.04 (3) (b) 2., 968.04 (3) (b) 3. (intro.), 968.04 (3) (b) 3. b.
11(form), 968.04 (4), 968.05, 968.07, 968.073, 968.075 (2) (a), 968.075 (2) (am),
12968.075 (2m), 968.075 (5), 968.08, 968.085 (title), 968.085 (1), 968.085 (2)
13(intro.), 968.085 (3) (a), 968.085 (3) (b), 968.085 (3) (d), 968.085 (4), 968.085 (5),
14968.085 (7), 968.085 (8), 968.09 (title), 968.09 (1), 968.10, 968.11, 968.12 (title),
15968.12 (1), 968.12 (3) (title), 968.12 (3) (b), 968.13 (title), 968.13 (1) (intro.),
16968.13 (1) (a), 968.13 (2), 968.135, 968.14, 968.15, 968.16, 968.19, 968.20 (1),
17968.20 (1m), 968.20 (2), 968.20 (3) and (4), 968.205, 968.25, 968.255 (1), 968.255
18(2) (ag), (am), (ar), (b), (c), (d) and (e), 968.255 (3), 968.255 (4), 968.255 (6),
19968.255 (7), 968.256, 968.26, 968.27 (intro.), 968.27 (1), 968.27 (3), 968.27 (4),
20968.27 (6), 968.27 (7), 968.27 (9), 968.27 (11), 968.28, 968.29, 968.30, 968.31,
21968.32, 968.34, 968.35, 968.36, 968.37, 968.38, 968.40 (title), 968.40 (1), 968.40
22(3), 968.40 (4), 968.40 (6), (7) and (8), 968.41, 968.42, 968.43, 968.44, 968.45
23(title), 968.45 (1), 968.45 (2), 968.46, 968.47, 968.48, 968.49, 968.50, 968.505,
24968.51, 968.52, 968.53, 969.001 (intro.), 969.001 (1), 969.01 (1), 969.01 (2) (a),
25969.01 (2) (d), 969.01 (2) (e), 969.01 (3), 969.01 (4), 969.02 (2m), 969.02 (3) (e),

1969.02 (6), 969.035, 969.04, 969.065, 969.07, 969.08 (title), 969.08 (5) (b) 1.,
2969.08 (5) (b) 3., 969.08 (5) (b) 4., 969.08 (7), 969.08 (8), 969.08 (9m), 969.09 (2),
3969.11, 970.01 (1), 970.02 (1) (a), 970.02 (2), 970.02 (7), 970.02 (8), 970.03 (1),
4970.03 (7), (8) and (9), 970.03 (10), (12), (13) and (14), 970.032 (1), 970.032 (2)
5(intro.), 970.035, 970.038, 971.01, 971.02, 971.04 (1) (intro.), 971.04 (1) (b), (c),
6(d), (e), (f), (g) and (h), 971.04 (2), 971.04 (3), 971.05, 971.08 (1) (a), 971.10 (1),
7971.10 (2) (a), 971.10 (2) (b), 971.10 (3) (a), 971.10 (4), 971.12 (1) and (2), 971.12
8(3), 971.12 (4), 971.13, 971.14 (1r) (b), 971.14 (1r) (c), 971.14 (2) (a), 971.14 (2)
9(b), 971.14 (2) (c), 971.14 (2) (d), 971.14 (2) (e), 971.14 (2) (g), 971.14 (3) (intro.),
10971.14 (3) (c), 971.14 (3) (d), 971.14 (3) (dm) (intro.), 971.14 (3) (e), 971.14 (4) (a),
11971.14 (5) (a) 1., 2. and 3., 971.14 (5) (a) 4., 971.14 (5) (am), 971.14 (5) (b), 971.14
12(5) (c), 971.14 (5) (d), 971.14 (6) (b), 971.14 (6) (c), 971.14 (6) (d), 971.15, 971.16
13(2), 971.16 (3) (intro.), 971.16 (4), 971.16 (5), 971.16 (6), 971.165 (1), 971.165 (2),
14971.165 (3) (a), 971.165 (3) (b), 971.17 (1), 971.17 (1g), 971.17 (1h), 971.17 (1j)
15(b), 971.17 (1m) (a), 971.17 (1m) (b) 1m. a., 971.17 (1m) (b) 1m. b., 971.17 (1m)
16(b) 2m., 971.17 (1m) (b) 3., 971.17 (1m) (b) 4., 971.17 (1m) (b) 5., 971.17 (2) (a),
17971.17 (2) (b), 971.17 (2) (c), 971.17 (2) (d), 971.17 (2) (e), 971.17 (2) (f), 971.17
18(2) (g), 971.17 (3) (a), 971.17 (3) (b), 971.17 (3) (c), 971.17 (3) (d), 971.17 (3) (e),
19971.17 (4) (a), 971.17 (4) (b), 971.17 (4) (c), 971.17 (4) (d), 971.17 (4) (e), 971.17
20(5), 971.17 (6), 971.17 (6m) (a) (intro.), 971.17 (6m) (d), 971.17 (7) (a), 971.17 (7)
21(b), 971.17 (7) (c), 971.17 (8), 971.18, 971.19, 971.20, 971.22, 971.223, 971.225
22(1) (intro.), (a) and (c), 971.225 (2), 971.23 (1) (intro.), 971.23 (1) (a), 971.23 (1)
23(b), 971.23 (1) (bm), 971.23 (1) (d), 971.23 (1) (e), 971.23 (1) (f), 971.23 (1) (g),
24971.23 (2m) (intro.), 971.23 (2m) (b), 971.23 (2m) (c), 971.23 (3), 971.23 (5),
25971.23 (6) (title), 971.23 (6), 971.23 (6c), 971.23 (6m), 971.23 (7), 971.23 (7m) (a),

1971.23 (8) (a), 971.23 (8) (d), 971.23 (9), 971.23 (11), 971.27, 971.29 (title), 971.29
2(1), 971.29 (2), 971.31 (2), 971.31 (3), 971.31 (4), 971.31 (6), 971.31 (9), 971.31
3(10), 971.31 (11), 971.31 (12), 971.31 (13), 971.315, 972.02 (1), 972.02 (2), 972.02
4(3), 972.02 (4), 972.03, 972.07, 972.08, 972.085, 972.10 (1) (a) 1., 972.10 (1) (b),
5972.10 (5), 972.10 (7), 972.11 (1), 972.11 (2), 972.11 (2m) (a) (intro.) and 1.,
6972.11 (2m) (b), 972.11 (2m) (bm), 972.11 (2m) (c) (intro.), 1m., 2m. and 3m.,
7972.11 (3), 972.11 (3m), 972.11 (4), 972.115 (1), 972.115 (2), 972.115 (4) and (5),
8972.12, 972.13 (1), 972.13 (2), 972.13 (3), 972.13 (5), 972.14 (title), (2), (2m) and
9(3), 972.15, 973.18 (1), 973.18 (2), (3) and (4), 973.19 (1) (a), 973.19 (1) (b), 973.19
10(2), (3), (4) and (5), 977.076 (2), 979.04, 979.05 (1), 979.05 (2), 979.05 (3), 979.05
11(4), 979.05 (5), (6) and (7), 979.06 (3), (4) and (6), 979.08 (1), 979.08 (3) (a), 979.08
12(3) (b), 979.08 (5), 979.08 (6) and 979.08 (7); to consolidate, renumber and
13amend
967.05 (1) (intro.) and (a), 967.06 (1) and (2) (a), 968.12 (2) and (3) (a)
14and (d), 968.12 (3) (c) and (f), 968.27 (16) (intro.), (a) and (b), 969.01 (2) (b) and
15(c), 970.02 (1) (b) and (6), 970.02 (1) (c) and (5), 971.11 (2) and (3), 971.30 (2)
16(intro.), (a), (b) and (c), 971.31 (5) (b) and (c), 972.11 (2m) (a) 2. (intro.), a. and
17b., 972.14 (1) (intro.) and (b), 973.049 (1) (intro.) and (a) and 979.08 (3) (intro.)
18and (4); to amend 6.10 (7m) (a) (intro.), 6.10 (7m) (a) 2., 13.35 (2), 16.84 (2),
1917.16 (7) (b), 19.32 (1b), 20.435 (2) (bj), 20.435 (2) (gk), 20.550 (1) (f), 23.33 (4c)
20(b) 3., 23.56 (1), 23.65 (2), 29.921 (6), 29.938 (2), 29.972 (1) (a), 29.972 (1) (c),
2130.681 (2) (c), 46.10 (2), 46.90 (6) (bt) 8., 48.31 (2), 48.396 (2) (dr), 48.78 (2) (d)
221., 48.981 (1) (b), 48.981 (7) (a) 14m., 49.138 (1m) (c), 49.19 (4) (d) 3., 51.05 (2),
2351.20 (1) (am), 51.20 (16) (j), 51.30 (3) (b), 51.30 (4) (b) 8m., 51.30 (4) (b) 9., 51.30
24(4) (b) 11., 51.30 (4) (b) 12m., 51.30 (4) (b) 16., 51.30 (7), 51.37 (1), 51.37 (3), 51.37
25(4), 51.37 (9), 51.37 (10) (am), 51.375 (1) (a), 51.39, 51.42 (3) (as) 1m., 51.42 (3)

1(as) 1r., 51.42 (3) (aw) 1. d., 51.437 (4rm) (a), 51.61 (1) (intro.), 51.61 (1) (e), 51.61
2(1) (i) 1., 51.87 (3), 55.043 (6) (bt) 8., 55.075 (intro.), 59.34 (2) (a), 66.0113 (3) (e),
366.0114 (1) (a), 66.0139 (4) and (5), 69.18 (2) (f) 3., 71.78 (4) (n), 77.61 (12) (b),
493.17 (2), 102.13 (5), 103.005 (20), 103.10 (1m) (b) 1., 110.001 (1m), 110.07 (2m),
5110.07 (4), 111.07 (2) (b) 2., 128.16 (2), 133.15 (2), 134.43 (3), 139.20 (2), 139.39
6(5) (b), 146.81 (4), 146.82 (2) (c), 154.30 (3) (a) 2., 165.76 (1) (bm), 165.76 (1) (br),
7165.76 (1) (g), 165.76 (1m), 165.76 (2m) (g), 165.76 (4) (a) and (b), 165.76 (4) (c),
8165.765 (1m), 165.765 (2) (a) 1., 165.77 (2) (b), 165.77 (2m) (c), 165.77 (3), 165.77
9(4) (am) 1., 165.77 (4) (am) 2. (intro.), 165.77 (4) (am) 2. a., b. and d., 165.79 (1),
10165.81 (1), 165.81 (3) (a) 1. and 2., (b) and (f), 165.84 (7) (am) 1m. c., 167.10 (8)
11(b), 169.42 (2) (b), 173.10, 173.12 (1m), 175.55 (2), 175.60 (3) (d), 175.60 (3) (e),
12175.60 (9g) (a) 2., 175.60 (11) (a) 2. b., 175.60 (11) (a) 2. c., 175.60 (11) (a) 2. g.,
13175.60 (11) (a) 2. i., 175.60 (14) (am), 195.048 (2), 196.207 (3) (e), 196.48 (1) (b),
14230.81 (2), 251.16, 252.11 (5m), 252.11 (7), 252.15 (2m) (b) 3., (3m) (d) 14. and
15(4) (c), 301.03 (3c), 301.03 (7m), 301.035 (2), 301.035 (4), 301.45 (1g) (c), 301.45
16(1g) (d), 301.45 (1g) (dd), 301.45 (1g) (dp), 301.45 (1g) (e), 301.45 (1m) (b), 301.45
17(1m) (be), 301.45 (1m) (bm), 301.45 (1m) (bv), 301.45 (1m) (d) 1., 301.45 (1m) (e)
18(intro.), 301.45 (1p) (b), 301.45 (3) (a) 3., 301.45 (3) (a) 3g., 301.45 (3) (b) 3.,
19301.45 (5) (a) 3., 301.45 (5) (a) 3m., 301.45 (5) (b) 3., 301.45 (6) (a) 2. a., 301.45
20(6) (ag) 2. a., 301.45 (6) (bm), 301.45 (7) (f) 4., 301.46 (3) (d), 301.47 (3) (b) 1.,
21301.48 (2) (a) 4., 301.48 (2) (a) 5., 301.48 (2) (b) 3., 302.113 (9) (e), 302.114 (9) (d),
22304.06 (3), 322.0767 (1) (a), 322.0767 (1) (b), 322.0767 (1) (c), 322.0767 (1) (d),
23322.0767 (2) (a), 322.0767 (2) (b), 322.0767 (2) (c), 322.0767 (2) (d), 322.0767 (2)
24(e), 343.305 (9) (c), 345.20 (1) (a), 345.20 (2) (c), 345.28 (3) (a), 345.28 (5) (b) 1.,
25345.31, 346.63 (2) (am), 346.63 (6) (b), 350.101 (2) (c), 551.602 (5) (b), 553.55 (3)

1(b), 601.62 (5) (b), 631.95 (1) (c), 704.16 (1) (b) 4., 704.16 (1) (b) 7., 704.16 (3) (b)
22. d., 704.16 (3) (b) 2. g., 756.06 (2) (a), 756.06 (2) (c), 757.54 (2) (a) 1., 757.54 (2)
3(a) 2., 757.69 (1) (b), 757.69 (1) (i), 758.171, 767.87 (4) (b), 781.04 (1), 785.03 (1)
4(b), 800.035 (8), 801.02 (7) (a) 2. c., 801.02 (7) (a) 2. e., 801.52, 807.05, 808.04 (3),
5808.04 (4), 808.075 (4) (b) 4., 808.075 (4) (g) 1., 808.075 (4) (g) 2., 808.075 (4) (g)
67., subchapter III (title) of chapter 809 [precedes 809.30], 809.30 (title), 809.30
7(1) (a), 809.30 (1) (b) 4., 809.30 (1) (c), 809.30 (1) (e), 809.30 (2) (a), 809.30 (2) (d),
8809.31 (6), 814.22 (1) (intro.), 814.69 (1) (a), 885.01 (2), 885.15 (2), 885.24 (2),
9885.25 (2m), 885.365 (1), 885.64 (2), 891.39 (1) (b), 891.39 (2) (b), 893.93 (1) (d),
10895.01 (1) (am) 7., 895.34, 895.446 (4), 895.45 (1) (a), 895.46 (9) (a) (intro.) and
112. and (b) (intro.) and 2., 895.54, 901.01, 901.04 (1), 901.04 (3) (cm), 901.05 (3),
12904.04 (1) (b), 904.04 (2) (b) 1., 904.06 (1), 906.08 (1) (intro.), 906.08 (2), 907.06
13(5), 908.08 (5) (am), 908.08 (5) (b), 908.08 (6), 911.01 (1), 911.01 (4) (b), 911.01
14(4) (c), 938.183 (1) (ar), 938.183 (1m) (b), 938.195 (1) (a), 938.293 (2), 938.30 (2),
15938.30 (3), 938.30 (5) (c) (intro.), 938.30 (5) (d) (intro.), 938.30 (5) (e) 1. (intro.),
16938.31 (2), 938.31 (3) (a) 4., 938.31 (3) (d), 938.315 (2), 938.35 (1) (cm), 938.396
17(1) (a), 938.396 (2g) (dr), 938.535, 938.78 (2) (d) 1., 939.60, 939.615 (2) (a),
18939.615 (3) (d), 939.621 (1) (a), 939.621 (2), 939.74 (1), 939.74 (3), 939.74 (4),
19940.09 (1m) (a), 940.09 (1m) (b), 940.225 (4) (intro.), 940.25 (1m) (b), 940.32 (2m)
20(d), 940.48 (intro.), 941.28 (5), 941.29 (3), 943.245 (3m), 943.51 (3r), 946.42 (3)
21(g), 946.49 (1) (intro.), 946.49 (2), 946.52, 946.60 (1), 946.86 (2), 946.87 (2) (am),
22948.015 (9), 948.31 (5), 948.50 (4) (c), 948.50 (5), 949.165 (1) (a), 949.165 (9),
23950.04 (1v) (b), 950.04 (1v) (d), 950.04 (1v) (dL), 950.04 (1v) (do), 950.04 (1v) (e),
24950.04 (1v) (em), 950.04 (1v) (er), 950.04 (1v) (g), 950.04 (1v) (L), 950.04 (1v) (m),
25950.04 (1v) (p), 950.04 (1v) (pd), 950.04 (1v) (qm), 950.04 (1v) (s), 950.04 (1v)

1(um), 950.04 (1v) (x), 950.04 (2w) (f), 950.055 (2) (b), 950.08 (2g) (c), 950.08 (2g)
2(e), 950.08 (2g) (h), 950.08 (2r) (intro.), 950.08 (2w), 951.01 (4), 961.48 (2m) (a),
3961.48 (2m) (b) (intro.), 967.01, 968.375 (4), 969.10, 971.06 (1) (a), (b) and (c),
4971.08 (title), 971.08 (1) (d), 971.095 (2) and (3), 971.10 (3) (b) (intro.), 1. and 2.,
5971.10 (3) (c), 971.105, 971.11 (1), 971.11 (5), 971.11 (6), 971.11 (7), 971.38 (1),
6971.39 (1) (intro.), 972.01, 972.03 (title), 972.04 (1), 972.06, 973.013 (4), 973.015
7(2m) (c) (intro.), 973.017 (6m) (a) 2., 973.03 (3) (b), 973.03 (3) (e) 2., 973.03 (4)
8(d), 973.03 (5) (a) 1., 973.03 (5) (a) 2., 973.042 (4), 973.043 (2), 973.045 (2),
9973.046 (2), 973.048 (5), 973.05 (3) (b), 973.05 (4) (b), 973.05 (4) (c), 973.05 (5)
10(a) 1., 973.05 (5) (a) 2., 973.05 (5) (c), 973.05 (5) (d), 973.05 (5) (e), 973.055 (2)
11(a), 973.06 (1) (av) 2. a. and b., 973.06 (1) (h), 973.076 (1) (b) 1., 973.076 (2m) (b),
12973.08 (5), 973.09 (2) (a) 1. b., 973.09 (3) (b), 973.09 (3) (bg) 2. and 4., 973.09 (3)
13(bm) 4., 973.09 (7m) (a), 973.10 (2m), 973.135 (3), 973.20 (1r), 973.20 (9m),
14973.20 (11) (a), 973.20 (12) (c), 974.02, 974.05 (1) (intro.), 974.05 (1) (a), (b), (c)
15and (d) (intro.), 1. and 2., 974.05 (2), 974.06 (title), (1), (2) and (3) (intro.), (a),
16(b) and (d), 974.06 (4), 974.06 (5), (6), (7) and (8), 974.07 (4) (b), 974.07 (7) (b)
171., 974.07 (9) (a), 974.07 (10) (a) 4., 977.02 (2m), 977.02 (3) (intro.), 977.02 (4r),
18977.03 (2m), 977.05 (4) (gm), 977.05 (4) (h), 977.05 (4) (j), 977.05 (6) (b) 2., 977.05
19(6) (e) (intro.) and 2., 977.06 (2) (a), 977.06 (2) (am), 977.06 (3) (b), 977.07 (1) (a),
20977.07 (1) (c), 977.07 (2m), 977.08 (2) (intro.), 978.045 (1r) (intro.), 978.045 (1r)
21(i), 978.05 (3), 978.05 (4), 978.05 (6) (a), 978.08 (1) (a) and (b) and (2), 979.02,
22979.025 (1), 979.025 (2), 979.09, 979.10 (2), 979.11, 979.22, 980.015 (2) (c),
23980.015 (2) (d), 980.031 (4), 980.036 (2) (c), 980.036 (6) and 995.50 (7); to repeal
24and recreate
chapter 969 (title), chapter 970 (title), chapter 971 (title), 971.08
25(1) (b), 971.09, 972.04 (title) and chapter 975 (title); and to create 48.315 (4),

1175.27 (title), 809.30 (2) (m), 904.045 (title), 938.18 (10), 938.21 (2) (f), 950.04
2(1v) (gn) and (go), 967.025 (title), 967.025 (2), 967.025 (3), 967.025 (5), 967.025
3(7), 967.025 (8), 967.025 (10), 967.025 (11), 967.025 (14), 967.025 (15), 967.025
4(16), 967.025 (17), 967.12 (3), 967.13 (1) (a) and (b), 967.13 (1) (i), 967.14 (1)
5(dm), 967.14 (2), 967.14 (4), 967.21 (2) (title), 967.21 (3) (title), 967.21 (4) (title),
6967.21 (5) (title), 967.21 (6) (title), 967.22 (title), subchapter I (title) of chapter
7968 [precedes 968.015], 968.025 (title), 968.025 (3), 968.025 (4) (title), 968.025
8(4) (e), 968.035 (title), subchapter II (title) of chapter 968 [precedes 968.105],
9subchapter III (title) of chapter 968 [precedes 968.155], subchapter IV (title) of
10chapter 968 [precedes 968.305], subchapter V (title) of chapter 968 [precedes
11968.455], subchapter VI (title) of chapter 968 [precedes 968.465], 968.465 (5)
12and (6), 968.475 (2) (a), 968.475 (2) (e), 968.475 (3), 968.485 (title) and (1),
13968.585 (4m), 968.585 (7) (cm), subchapter VII (title) of chapter 968 [precedes
14968.605], subchapter VIII (title) of chapter 968 [precedes 968.705], 968.705 (2),
15(3) and (6), 968.71, subchapter I (title) of chapter 969 [precedes 969.15], 969.15,
16969.19, 969.20 (2), 969.20 (6), 969.20 (7) (title), 969.21 (title), 969.24 (2m),
17969.26 (title), 969.26 (3), subchapter II (title) of chapter 969 [precedes 969.30],
18969.30 (3) to (7), 969.31 (3), 969.31 (4), 969.32, 969.33 (title), 969.33 (1) (L),
19969.33 (2), 969.33 (3), 969.33 (4), 969.33 (5) to (7), 969.37, 969.38, 969.41,
20969.42, subchapter III (title) of chapter 969 [precedes 969.50], 969.50 (2) and
21(3), subchapter I (title) of chapter 970 [precedes 970.06], 970.06 (2), 970.06 (3),
22970.06 (4), 970.08 (2), 970.09 (2), 970.10 (title), (1) and (3), 970.13 (3), 970.14
23(13), 970.15, subchapter II (title) of chapter 970 [precedes s. 970.21], subchapter
24I (title) of chapter 971 [precedes 971.013], 971.015 (title), 971.015 (1) (title),
25971.015 (1) (b), 971.015 (2), 971.015 (4), 971.027 (intro.), 971.027 (1m) and (4),

1971.035, 971.038, 971.042 (7) (intro.), subchapter II (title) of chapter 971
2[precedes 971.06], 971.06 (1) (title), 971.06 (4), 971.065, 971.08 (1) (ag), 971.08
3(1) (am), 971.085 (title) and (1) (intro.), 971.085 (1) (b), 971.085 (2), 971.093,
4subchapter III (title) of chapter 971 [precedes 971.098], 971.098, 971.10 (1)
5(title), 971.10 (1) (b), 971.10 (2r), 971.10 (3) (title), subchapter IV (title) of
6chapter 971 [precedes 971.42], 971.42, 971.43 (title) and (1), 971.43 (2) (b),
7971.43 (2) (br), 971.43 (2) (e), 971.43 (2) (f), 971.43 (2) (h), 971.43 (3), 971.43 (4),
8971.43 (6), 971.43 (7), 971.43 (8), 971.44 (title) and (1), 971.44 (2) (a), 971.44 (3),
9971.46 (intro.) and (1), 971.48 (title), 971.48 (2), 971.49, 971.51 (title) and (1),
10971.51 (3), 971.52 (3), 971.56, 971.57, 971.58 (title), subchapter V (title) of
11chapter 971 [precedes 971.65], 971.65 (title), 971.65 (2) (title) and (a), 971.66,
12971.68 (title), (1) and (3), subchapter VI (title) of chapter 971 [precedes 971.75],
13971.75 (title), 971.75 (2), 971.75 (4), 971.75 (6), 971.75 (7), 971.75 (9), 971.76,
14971.77 (title), 972.005 (title), 972.005 (2), 972.025 (title) and (1), 972.04 (3),
15972.075, 972.16 (1) and (2), 972.18 (title), 972.19, 972.20 (title), 972.22 (title),
16972.23 (title), 972.23 (2) and (3), 972.24, 972.25, 972.26, 972.28 (title), 974.08
17(title), 974.08 (1), 974.08 (2) and (3), 974.09 (title), subchapter I (title) of chapter
18975 [precedes 975.20], 975.20, subchapter II (title) of chapter 975 [precedes
19975.30], 975.31 (title), 975.31 (4), 975.32 (title), 975.32 (2), 975.32 (4), 975.32
20(7), 975.32 (10), 975.33 (title), 975.33 (1) (f) and (3), 975.34, 975.36 (title), 975.36
21(2), 975.36 (4), 975.37, 975.38 (title), 975.39, subchapter III (title) of chapter 975
22[precedes 975.50], 975.51 (4) (b), 975.51 (5) (b), 975.52 (1), 975.52 (4) (title),
23975.53 (title), 975.54 (title), 975.56 (title), 975.57 (2) (e), 975.57 (3), 975.57 (4)
24(title), 975.57 (4) (b) and (c), 975.57 (5) (title), 975.59 (5) (title), 975.59 (5) (b) and

1(c), 975.61 (1) (d), 975.62 (title), 975.62 (1) (d), 975.62 (2), (3) and (4) and 975.63
2(3) of the statutes; relating to: criminal procedure and providing penalties.
Analysis by the Legislative Reference Bureau
This bill reorganizes each chapter of the criminal procedure code, with the
exception of chapter 973, Sentencing. This analysis is organized in the ascending
order of the chapters, as reorganized in the bill. This bill creates subchapters in long
chapters, separates long statutes into shorter statutes, reorganizes individual
statutes, and provides titles for some provisions. This bill also creates new authority
for courts and codifies some current practices.
Under this bill, chapter 967 contains definitions of terms used throughout the
criminal procedure code and general provisions that, under current law, appear
throughout the criminal procedure code. The bill also adds definitions for certain
terms including "complaint," "district attorney," "felony," "misdemeanor," "motion,"
and "sentencing."
This bill moves to chapter 968 all current law provisions relating to
investigative procedures such as inquests, John Doe proceedings, grand juries,
wiretapping, and search and seizure provisions.
This bill creates a process that requires a court, upon the request of a district
attorney and a showing that the information requested is relevant to a criminal
investigation, to order a financial institution to disclose to the district attorney
whether a specified person has or had an account at the financial institution.
Chapter 969, as reorganized under this bill, contains provisions addressing
arrest and release, identifies ways to secure the appearance of a defendant, and
includes provisions that allow expediting the processing of misdemeanors. Under
current law, a citation issued by a law enforcement officer directs a person to appear
in court and answer criminal charges. The citation may not be used as a criminal
complaint. This bill allows a citation for a misdemeanor that is issued by a law
enforcement officer to be used as a criminal complaint if the district attorney
endorses it. The bill specifies that a citation must contain the crime the person
allegedly committed, the time and place of the alleged commission, and the
maximum penalty for the charged crime. The bill requires a law enforcement officer
citing a person for a misdemeanor to release the person without a cash bond unless
certain circumstances apply, including if the person does not provide proper
identification or appears to pose a danger to a person or property.
Under current law, a law enforcement officer generally may release a person
who is arrested without a warrant without requiring the person to appear before a
judge if the law enforcement officer is satisfied that there are insufficient grounds
to issue a criminal complaint against the person. Under this bill, a law enforcement
officer may release such a person without determining that there are insufficient
grounds to issue a criminal complaint.
If the court allows the release of a defendant before conviction or the release of
a convicted person prior to sentencing, this bill specifies that the court may either

release the person to return on a specific date without conditions or release the
person on a personal recognizance bond, an unsecured appearance bond, or a secured
appearance bond. This bill also allows a third party who has deposited cash for the
release of a person on a secured appearance bond to apply to the court for an order
to return the deposit before the entry of a judgment of conviction or forfeiture. The
court then may determine whether to remit the deposit and whether to modify the
conditions of release.
This bill generally requires a court to release a person who is arrested without
a warrant within 48 hours of the arrest unless the court has determined there is
probable cause to arrest the person.
Under this bill, chapter 970 contains provisions relating to the commencement
of prosecutions.
This bill replaces several statutes governing deferred prosecution agreements
in specific cases with one general statute defining and authorizing deferred and
suspended prosecution agreements. The bill provides that the same standards that
govern a district attorney's charging authority also govern the district attorney's
authority to enter into a deferred prosecution agreement and that the same
standards that apply to a court's authority to schedule cases and grant continuances
apply to a court's authority to suspend prosecution under a suspended prosecution
agreement. Under this bill, both a deferred prosecution agreement and a suspended
prosecution agreement are enforceable in the same manner as a plea agreement. The
bill further notes that consenting to a deferred prosecution or suspended prosecution
agreement is not an admission of guilt nor is the consent admissible in a trial relating
to the charge to which the agreement pertains. This bill makes generally applicable
a provision in current law that grants immunity from civil liability in excess of
$25,000 for acts or omissions by an organization or individual for whom an
agreement assigns an individual to work.
Under this bill, chapter 971 addresses pretrial procedures and contains
subchapters for commencement of proceedings, pleas, and provisions to expedite
proceedings, discovery, motions, and juveniles in adult court. This bill creates one
general statute for plea agreements. The bill provides that the district attorney and
the defendant, without the court's participation, may reach a plea agreement. The
agreement may require the district attorney, if the defendant enters a plea of guilty
or no contest, to take certain actions, including moving to dismiss or amend any
charge; recommending the defendant's request for a particular disposition; or
agreeing that a specific disposition is appropriate. The bill also creates a single
statute to clarify, and explain the consequences of, the different pleas available to the
defendant.
Under current law, before a court may dismiss a criminal case, the court must
inquire if the district attorney has offered all of the victims an opportunity to confer
with the district attorney concerning the prosecution and outcome of the case. This
bill codifies case law by adding that, if the district attorney moves to dismiss a
complaint, the trial court must grant the motion unless the court finds that dismissal
is contrary to the public interest or, if the motion is made during the trial, unless the
defendant has not consented.

Under the bill, unless the district attorney establishes substantial prejudice,
the court must grant a motion, made before sentencing, to withdraw a plea of guilty
or no contest if a fair and just reason for doing so is established. Under this bill, the
court must grant such a motion, made after sentencing, if the defendant did not
knowingly, voluntarily, and understandingly enter the plea or if withdrawal is
required to prevent a manifest injustice. Finally, the bill specifies that a withdrawal
of a plea of guilty or no contest vacates the judgment, reinstates any original charge,
and restores the parties to the position they were in before the plea was accepted.
This bill specifies that discovery is intended to do all of the following: promote
fair and expeditious disposition of criminal charges, provide the defendant with
sufficient information to make an informed plea, permit thorough preparation for
and minimize surprise at trial, reduce interruptions and complications during trial
and avoid unnecessary trials by resolving any issues before trial, minimize
inequities among similarly situated defendants, effect economies, and minimize the
burden upon victims and witnesses.
Current law requires a district attorney, upon demand and within a reasonable
time before trial, to disclose to the defendant any relevant expert reports or
statements or, if an expert does not prepare a report or statement, a written
summary of the expert's findings or the subject of his or her testimony, and the results
of any examination, scientific test, experiment, or comparison that the district
attorney intends to offer in evidence. This bill requires any party who intends to call
an expert witness to, not less than 30 days before trial, notify the other party of the
expert's name, address, and qualifications and furnish any relevant expert reports
or statements or, if none, a written summary of the expert's findings or the subject
matter of his or her testimony, and the results of any mental examination, scientific
test, experiment, or comparison that the first party intends to offer in evidence.
Under this bill, before trial and upon motion by either party, the court may issue
a subpoena to require the production of documents and other tangible objects if the
evidence may be material to the determination of issues. The motion and the
subpoena must specify who must produce the material, whether certified copies of
documents may be submitted in lieu of appearance, and other conditions.
Under this bill, the disclosure of discoverable material may be accomplished in
any manner mutually agreeable to the parties. If the parties do not agree, the party
that has the duty to disclose must either provide a copy of the material to be disclosed
or notify the other party that the material may be inspected, copied, or photographed
during specified reasonable times and provide suitable machinery for making copies.
This bill codifies the authority of courts to issue and amend scheduling orders.
Under this bill, the court may, upon motion by the district attorney, order a
defendant to participate in a reasonable procedure to obtain nontestimonial
evidence. Such procedures include appearing, moving, or speaking for identification
in a lineup; trying on clothing or other articles; providing handwriting or voice
exemplars; being photographed; having fingerprints or other body impressions
taken; providing samples of blood, urine, saliva, semen, skin, breath, hair, or nails
or materials under the nails; submitting to body measurements or other reasonable
body surface examinations; and submitting to physical or medical inspection.

Under this bill, the court may, upon motion of a defendant, require an
individual to participate in a reasonable procedure to obtain nontestimonial
evidence if an affidavit or testimony shows probable cause to believe that the
individual committed the crime with which the defendant is charged and that the
evidence sought is necessary to an adequate defense and cannot practicably be
obtained from other sources.
Under this bill, the district attorney may provide discovery before the initial
appearance. Also, this bill requires the district attorney to disclose, at the initial
appearance after the defendant has obtained or waived legal representation, any
pertinent law enforcement investigative reports the district attorney has and a copy
of the defendant's criminal record.
Under current law, the procedure for asserting that a statute is
unconstitutional is located in the civil procedure statutes. This bill moves to the
criminal procedure code the provision that, if a defendant moves to dismiss a
criminal prosecution by asserting that the statute under which he or she is charged
is unconstitutional, the defendant must serve the motion on the attorney general and
the district attorney.
This bill specifies that, if a defendant moves for severance because a
codefendant's out-of-court statement refers to, but is not admissible against, the
defendant and the court determines that the state intends to offer the statement in
evidence, the court must require the district attorney to elect one of the following:
1) a joint trial at which the statement is not received in evidence; 2) a joint trial at
which the statement is received in evidence only after all references to the defendant
have been deleted, if admission of such a statement will not cause prejudice; 3) a
separate trial for the defendant; or 4) if the court approves, a single trial with a
separate jury for the defendant and the codefendant.
Under this bill, chapter 972 contains statutes relating to criminal trials. Under
this bill, if the court at a criminal trial authorizes the jurors to ask questions of
witnesses, the court must instruct the jury to ask only questions that clarify
information already presented and must instruct the jury of the procedure to be used.
The procedure provides that the question must be submitted in writing to the judge
who will show the question to the parties. The parties may object to the question
without the jury knowing. If the judge, upon reviewing the question and any
objections, determines that the question is legally proper, the judge may ask it of the
witness.
This bill clarifies procedures for jury selection and handling alternate jurors.
Under current law, if the number of jurors, including any additional jurors selected,
exceeds the required number when the case is submitted to the jury, the court must
discharge by lot jurors that will not participate in deliberations. Under this bill, the
court may, for good cause, discharge additional jurors other than by lot. Moreover,
this bill allows the court to determine which jurors will not participate in
deliberations but retain those jurors as alternates after the jury retires to deliberate.
If a juror who is participating in deliberations becomes unavailable due to severe
illness or extraordinary circumstances, the judge may replace the unavailable juror

with a retained alternate juror. If an alternate replaces a juror after deliberations
have begun, the court must instruct the jury to begin its deliberations anew.
This bill defines "stipulation" as an agreement between the parties that a
specified fact is taken as established without need for proof. Further, a stipulation
must be set forth on the record when the court accepts it, and, in a jury trial, the court
must instruct the jury to take stipulated facts as conclusively proved.
This bill specifies that a verdict must be unanimous and returned in open court.
Under current case law, a defendant in a criminal case has the right to poll the jury,
and refusal to permit the defendant to do so is an error for which the verdict will be
set aside. This bill requires a court to ask each juror individually whether the verdict
as returned was and is the juror's verdict. This bill requires the court to accept the
verdict if it is in proper form and confirmed by the poll.
Under this bill, chapter 975 addresses mental health issues affecting a criminal
prosecution such as competency to stand trial and mental responsibility, commonly
known as the "insanity defense." Under current law, when there is reason to doubt
a defendant's competency to proceed in a criminal action, the court must appoint an
examiner to submit a report on the condition of the defendant that contains specified
findings. This bill adds that, if the examiner reports that the defendant is not
competent to proceed and that the defendant is not likely to become competent
within the maximum period of commitment under the competency statutes, the
examiner must provide his or her opinion on whether the defendant meets the
criteria for civil commitment.
The bill reorganizes the competency hearing statutes and makes certain
changes to burdens of persuasion. Under current law, at the outset of the competency
hearing, if the defendant claims to be incompetent or is silent, the defendant must
be found incompetent unless the state proves by the greater weight of the credible
evidence that the defendant is competent. Under current law, if the defendant claims
to be competent, the defendant must be found competent unless the state proves by
clear and convincing evidence that the defendant is incompetent. Under the bill, the
state has the burden of going forward with evidence at a competency hearing, and
the court may find the defendant competent to proceed only if the court finds by the
greater weight of the evidence that the defendant is competent to proceed. The bill
specifies the following: 1) if the defendant is not competent and the court finds by
the greater weight of the evidence that the defendant is not likely to become
competent within the maximum period of commitment, the court must order the
defendant be released or delivered to a facility; 2) if the defendant is not competent
and the court finds by the greater weight of the evidence that the defendant is likely
to become competent within the maximum period of commitment without inpatient
treatment, the court must order that the defendant be released and may require the
defendant to participate in outpatient treatment, or undergo periodic
reexaminations to determine whether the defendant has become competent to
proceed, for a period that does not exceed the maximum period of commitment; or 3)
if the defendant is not competent and the court finds by clear and convincing evidence
that the defendant is likely to become competent within the maximum period of
commitment if provided appropriate inpatient treatment, the court must commit the

defendant to the custody of the Department of Health Services (DHS) for treatment.
Finally, if the defendant is committed to DHS and the state proves by clear and
convincing evidence that the defendant is not competent to refuse medication or
treatment, the court must find that the defendant is not competent to refuse
medication or treatment and must order whoever administers medication or
treatment to the defendant to observe appropriate medical standards.
Under current law, if the defendant is committed to the custody of DHS for
treatment following a competency proceeding, the days spent in commitment are
given credit toward the service of his or her sentence for the same course of conduct.
This bill requires the court to include in the commitment order a specific finding of
the number of days spent in precommitment custody.
Current law requires DHS to periodically reexamine the defendant and to
submit to the court a written report on the defendant's mental condition at three
months, six months, and nine months after commitment. This bill requires an
additional report if DHS determines that the defendant has become competent or
that the defendant is not likely to become competent within the remaining
commitment period and requires the court to schedule a review of this additional
report within 14 days.
This bill creates a process for the court to follow whenever the court determines
there is reason to doubt a defendant's competency to proceed when seeking an appeal
or a motion for postconviction relief. Pending the determination or after a finding
of incompetency, the circuit court may allow proceedings on any issue raised by the
defendant's attorney that rests on the records, does not require the defendant to
assist counsel or make a decision, and involves no risk to the defendant and the court
of appeals may grant the defendant a continuance or lengthen the time for filing
necessary notices or motions for postconviction relief. If the court finds that the
defendant lacks competency, the court may appoint a guardian to make decisions or
may order treatment to restore the defendant to competency to pursue
postconviction relief. Finally, the bill provides that a defendant who lacks
competency to pursue postconviction relief may, after regaining competency, raise
any issue at a later proceeding that he or she did not raise earlier because of
incompetency.
Under current law, if a defendant is found not guilty by reason of mental disease
or defect, the court must enter a judgment of not guilty by reason of mental disease
or defect and proceed to commitment. The judgment is interlocutory to the
commitment order and reviewable upon appeal. Under this bill, the court must
proceed to a dispositional hearing and the commitment order is the final order and
is appealable as a matter of right. Upon appeal, this bill provides that all properly
preserved issues, including those relating to the guilt phase of the trial, may be
raised.
The people of the state of Wisconsin, represented in senate and assembly, do
enact as follows:
AB90,1
1Section 1. 6.10 (7m) (a) (intro.) of the statutes is amended to read:
AB90,17,52 6.10 (7m) (a) (intro.) The residence of a person who is detained, or committed
3and institutionalized, under s. 51.20, 971.14, or 971.17 or ch. 975 or 980 shall be
4determined by applying the standards under sub. (1) to whichever of the following
5dates is applicable to the circumstances of the person:
AB90,2 6Section 2 . 6.10 (7m) (a) 2. of the statutes is amended to read:
AB90,17,87 6.10 (7m) (a) 2. For a person committed under s. 971.14 or 971.17 ch. 975, the
8date of the offense or alleged offense that resulted in the person's commitment.
AB90,3 9Section 3. 13.35 (2) of the statutes is amended to read:
AB90,17,1110 13.35 (2) The immunity provided under sub. (1) is subject to the restrictions
11under s. 972.085 967.18.
AB90,4 12Section 4. 16.84 (2) of the statutes is amended to read:
AB90,18,513 16.84 (2) Appoint such number of police officers as is necessary to safeguard
14all public property placed by law in the department's charge, and provide, by
15agreement with any other state agency, police and security services at buildings and
16facilities owned, controlled, or occupied by the other state agency. The governor or
17the department may, to the extent it is necessary, authorize police officers employed
18by the department to safeguard state officers, state employees, or other persons. A
19police officer who is employed by the department and who is performing duties that
20are within the scope of his or her employment as a police officer has the powers of a
21peace officer under s. 59.28, except that the officer has the arrest powers of a law
22enforcement officer under s. 968.07 969.16 regardless of whether the violation is
23punishable by forfeiture or criminal penalty. The officer may exercise the powers of
24a peace officer and the arrest powers of a law enforcement officer while located
25anywhere within this state. Nothing in this subsection limits or impairs the duty of

1the chief and each police officer of the police force of the municipality in which the
2property is located to arrest and take before the proper court or magistrate persons
3found in a state of intoxication or engaged in any disturbance of the peace or violating
4any state law in the municipality in which the property is located, as required by s.
562.09 (13).
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