Question: What is a Wisconsin motion for post-conviction relief?

Answer: A motion for post-conviction relief is filed when more work needs to be done in the trial court after conviction. For example, challenges such as ineffective assistance of council need to be done through a post-conviction motion instead of a direct appeal to the court of appeals.

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