CRIMES AGAINST LIFE Homicide Wisconsin classifies homicide into first and second degree intentional homicide. Murder is a separate crime (felony murder). First-degree intentional homicide First degree intentional homicide is killing with intent, premeditation, deliberation... First-degree reckless homicide First degree reckless homicide is with reckless disregard for human life... Felony Murder Felony murder is murder committed during the commission of a felony, or during an attempt to commit another felony... Second-degree intentional homicide Second degree intentional homicide is first degree intentional homicide mitigated to a lesser charge... see also manslaughter Second-degree reckless homicide Second degree reckless homicide is a lesser charge to first degree reckless homicide Homicide resulting from the negligent handling of dangerous weapons, explosives, or fire arm A hunting accident, for example. In the case of Hunter Chai Vang being convicted of First Degree Murder, the use was not negligent. Negligent homicide requires criminal negligence. Homicide by intoxicated use of vehicle or firearm Vehicular homicide while intoxicated... VEHICULAR HOMICIDE Homicide by negligent operation of a vehicle See vehicular homicide. Mutilating or hiding a corpse - concealment (Avery - Dassey case) Assisting suicide Assisted suicide occurs when a person intentionally kills himself with the help of another individual. CRIMES AGAINST BODILY SECURITY 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 Battery or threat to department of revenue employee Battery or threat to department of commerce or department of workforce development employee Mayhem Sexual exploitation by therapist Sexual assault Reckless injury Injury by negligent handling of dangerous weapon, explosives, or fire Injury by intoxicated use of a vehicle Abuse of vulnerable adults Abuse of residents of penal facilities Law enforcement officer; failure to render aid Abuse and neglect of patients and residents False imprisonment Taking hostages Kidnapping Stalking Duty to aid victim or report crime Intimidation of witnesses; misdemeanor Intimidation of witnesses; felony Intimidation of victims; misdemeanor Intimidation of victims; felony Free but professional "first-impression" analysis If you are under investigation or have been arrested for any crime, or if you have already been convicted of a crime and believe your conviction to be wrong or your sentence too harsh, please call (608) 350-1004 or email the Attorneys at Tracey Wood & Associates right away. An Attorney at Tracey Wood & Associates will provide you with a brief but professional free "first-impression" analysis of your appeal based on the facts that you are able to convey. You can also submit your case online or email the attorneys.
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