Question: Is there a time limit to file a Wisconsin criminal appeal?

Answer: In Wisconsin, if you are convicted of a crime, your lawyer has 20 days to file a Notice of Intent to Pursue Conviction Relief. If that’s not filed in a timely fashion, sometimes that time period can be extended, or you can appeal under a different theory, like a Motion for Post-Conviction Relief.

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