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Notice Of Right To Seek Post-Judgment Relief JD-1757 - Wisconsin
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Form Summary Name of Form: Form Number: Notice of Right to Seek Post-Judgment Relief JD-1757 Statutory Reference: BenchBook Reference: Purpose of Form: §§809.30 and 809.40, Wisconsin Statutes JV 3 To inform juveniles after disposition that they have the right to seek post-judgment relief. To document that the juvenile's lawyer has counseled the defendant about seeking post-judgment relief. Juvenile and juvenile's attorney, if any. Original to court file, copy to juvenile and juvenile's attorney. New form. The Notice of Right to Seek Postconviction Relief, CR233, provided the basis for this form. The juvenile indicates that he or she understands his or her right to seek post-judgment relief. The juvenile and the juvenile's lawyer sign statements that counsel has advised the juvenile about whether and how to seek post-judgment relief. Three checkboxes allow the juvenile to indicate that he or she plans to seek post-judgment relief, does not plan to do so, or is undecided, but knows that her or she has 20 days after entry of the final dispositional order to make a decision and communicate it to counsel. The juvenile's counsel is obligated to continue representation until the Notice of Intent is filed. Filing this Notice does not obligate defense counsel to represent the juvenile in post-judgment proceedings. This form is the product of the Wisconsin Record Management Committee and the Director of State Court's Office and a mandate of the Wisconsin Judicial Conference. If you have additional information that does not change the meaning of the form, attach it as a separate page to this form. The form itself shall not be altered. Who Completes It: Distribution of Form: New Form: Comments: About this Form: Date: 05/31/00 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkflow.com For Official Use STATE OF WISCONSIN, CIRCUIT COURT, IN THE INTEREST OF COUNTY Notice of Right to Seek Post-Judgment Relief , Juvenile Name Case No. TO THE JUVENILE: You have the right to seek relief from the judgment in this case. If you were represented by a lawyer at your disposition, it is that lawyer's responsibility to assist you in deciding whether to seek post-judgment relief. If you decide to seek post-judgment relief, you or your lawyer must file a Notice of Intent to Seek Post-Judgment Relief. The Notice of Intent must be filed in the trial court within 20 days. If you had a lawyer at your disposition, and if you give your lawyer timely notice that you have decided to seek post-judgment relief, it is your lawyer's duty to see that your Notice of Intent is properly filed in this court and served on the District Attorney. After filing the Notice of Intent, your lawyer does not have to represent you further unless you hire him or her to do so. If you intend to seek post-judgment relief but cannot afford a lawyer, you have the right to request that a lawyer be appointed to assist you by the State Public Defender. JUVENILE'S STATEMENT: I have discussed my right to seek post-judgment relief with my lawyer, if any, who represented me at disposition. I understand that if I intend to seek post-judgment relief, I must file a Notice of Intent in the trial court within 20 days after disposition and send a copy to the District Attorney. If I want my lawyer to file the Notice of Intent for me, I must timely inform my lawyer of my decision to seek post-judgment relief. I have received a copy of this Notice. I plan to seek post-judgment relief. I do not plan to seek post-judgment relief. I am undecided about seeking post-judgment relief and I know I need to decide and tell my lawyer within 20 days. Signature of Juvenile Date ATTORNEY STATEMENT: I have counseled the juvenile about the decision to seek post-judgment relief. I have informed the juvenile that this decision must be made and communicated to me within 20 days of disposition. I believe the juvenile understands the right to post-judgment relief and the 20 day time limit. I understand that it is my duty to file the Notice of Intent to Pursue Post-Judgment Relief on behalf of the juvenile if that intent is timely communicated to me. Signature of Juvenile's Attorney Date Distribution: 1. Court - Original 2. Juvenile 3. Juvenile's Attorney JD-1757, 05/00 Notice of Right to Seek Post-Judgment Relief Page 1 of 1 §§809.30 and 809.40, Wisconsin Statutes American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkflow.com This form shall not be modified. It may be supplemented with additional material.