(3) Power of the court to appoint counsel. Except as provided in this subsection, at any time, upon request or on its own motion, the court may appoint counsel for the juvenile or any party, unless the juvenile or the party has or wishes to retain counsel of his or her own choosing.
- See more at: 938.23 Right to counsel. - Wisconsin Statutes
Last edited by Henrin; 10-25-13 at 02:43 AM.
The state really does believe in socialized medicine, just as long as they get to lock you away first.
Wouldn't it be cheaper if the state simply paid for her meds/physician supervision without incarcerating her ?
She couldn't afford insurance/proper treatment, now she will get it all free along with room and board, courtesy of taxpayers.
This will be struck down in the courts, that's not what bugs me.
What bothers me is that no matter how extreme this non-sense gets, there are still people who come to the defense of the state.
There is NO HOPE for our country. It's going up in smoke thanks to extremism, and at this point we ****ing deserve it.
Here's one that'll blow your mind.
What if someone has twins or triplets, and one fetus starts physically abusing the other?
Or in the case of triplets, one fetus takes the other two hostage with an AR-15?, would that be considered a "barracaded suspect".
When do police intervene in those cases?