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Waiver Of Right To Attorney (Child Or Juvenile) JD-1736 - Wisconsin
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FORM SUMMARY Name of Form: Form Number: Statutory Reference: Benchbook Reference: Purpose of Form: Who Completes It: Distribution of Form: Accompanying Forms: New Form/Modification: Modifications: Comments: Waiver of Right to Attorney (Child/Juvenile) JD-1736 Wis. Stats. 48.23 and 938.23 JV 2 To formally record a waiver by child/juvenile of his/her right to an attorney. Child or juvenile. Original to the court. None. Modification, update 5/00. Reworded form to conform to case law. This form is generally used in Chapter 938 cases. This form can also be used in some Chapter 48 cases where adversary counsel has been appointed. This form is the product of the Wisconsin Records Management Committee, a committee of 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 on a separate page. The form itself shall not be altered. About this form: Date: 12/01/04 Page 1 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkflow.com STATE OF WISCONSIN, CIRCUIT COURT, IN THE INTEREST OF Name COUNTY For Official Use Waiver of Right to Attorney (Child/Juvenile) Case No. Date of Birth I am asking the court to allow me to represent myself and give up my constitutional right to have an attorney represent me. I understand that if I choose to represent myself today, I may change my mind at any time during this case and may be given an opportunity to have an attorney represent me. I am I years old. I am in grade in school. am not presently employed. If employed, state your place of employment and occupation: am I I I I I I do am not have not have not do not have read, write, and/or understand the English language. currently receiving treatment for mental or emotional problems. received treatment in the past for mental or emotional problems. had any alcohol, medications (whether prescribed or not), or drugs within the last 24 hours. do have physical or psychological disabilities that may affect my ability to understand what is happening in court or communicate my position or views on this case to the court. have not had an attorney represent me in the past. do not am have have I understand a petition has been filed stating that I committed the following offense(s): I understand I have the right to: · Have an attorney represent me at all stages of this proceeding. · Have an attorney appointed for me by the state public defender. · Hire my own attorney at my own expense. · Represent myself and act as my own attorney. Check this box if you have read and understood the above. JD-1736, 12/04 Waiver of Right to Attorney (Child/Juvenile) Page 1 of 2 §§48.23 and 938.23, Wisconsin Statutes American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkflow.com This form shall not be modified. It may be supplemented with additional material. Waiver of Right to Attorney (Child/Juvenile) Page 2 of 2 Case No. I understand an attorney would: · Represent me and speak on my behalf in court. · Advise me about my legal rights and options. · Explain and assist me with legal and court procedures. · Help me negotiate a settlement of my case with the district attorney. · Investigate and explore possible defenses to the charges against me that may or may not be readily apparent to me. · Prepare and conduct my defense at any motion hearing or trial. · File motions on issues of evidence, testimony, and procedures of the police. · Assist me at disposition. · File an appeal, if requested. Check this box if you have read and understood the above. I understand that if I represent myself: · The judge cannot be my attorney and cannot give me any legal advice. · The district attorney cannot be my attorney and cannot give me legal advice. · The judge, district attorney, and court personnel are not required to explain court procedures or the law. · The judge cannot treat me differently because I do not have an attorney. · I will be required to follow all legal rules and procedures that an attorney would have to follow in court, even if my case goes to trial. · It may be difficult for me to challenge evidence presented by the district attorney. · It may be difficult for me to present evidence. · If I want to testify I must be sworn as a witness and answer questions from the district attorney. · It may be difficult for me to do a good job as my own attorney. Check this box if you have read and understood the above. I am making this decision to represent myself knowingly and voluntarily. No one has made any promises or threats to me, and no one has used any influence, pressure, or force of any kind to get me to not ask for an attorney. No one has told me I should not ask for an attorney to represent me. I have read, or have had read to me, this entire document. I have truthfully answered and understood all portions of this document. I understand the court process involved in my case so that I can adequately represent myself. I want to give up my right to an attorney. I want to represent myself. Signature of Child/Juvenile Date JD-1736, 12/04 Waiver of Right to Attorney (Child/Juvenile) Page 2 of 2 §§48.23 and 938.23, Wisconsin Statutes American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkflow.com This form shall not be modified. It may be supplemented with additional material.