Mylan Hubbard, another accused member of the gang, was charged in the 2015 double homicide of a woman and her boyfriend.
A jury on May 30 found Hubbard not guilty, and he has since been charged with burglary, felonious assault and other charges. The day after the jury acquitted Hubbard, Mc Cants sent a private message on Instagram to a witness who testified against Hubbard that read "you're dead." The witness asked if Mc Cants was threatening her, and he replied "promise or threat, you're still gonna die," Rogalski said.
The reporting required does not require the defendant to incriminate himself or herself as the statute contains no mandate that an individual identify himself or herself.
Whether a defendant fits within an exception under sub.
940.44 should specify the underlying crime and that a defendant cannot be found guilty of intimidating a victim of a crime unless the elements of the underlying crime are proved beyond a reasonable doubt.
The fact that no person was injured physically or in fact intimidated is not a defense against any prosecution under Any court with jurisdiction over any criminal matter, upon substantial evidence, which may include hearsay or the declaration of the prosecutor, that knowing and malicious prevention or dissuasion of any person who is a victim or who is a witness has occurred or is reasonably likely to occur, may issue orders including but not limited to any of the following: By the revocation of any form of pretrial release or forfeiture of bail and the issuance of a bench warrant for the defendant's arrest or remanding the defendant to custody.
Act 137 and all Supreme Court and Controlled Substances Board Orders effective on or before February 23, 2018.
to be sought and prosecuted and assisting in the prosecution thereof" in sub. Any pretrial release of any defendant whether on bail or under any other form of recognizance shall be deemed to include a condition that the defendant neither do, nor cause to be done, nor permit to be done on his or her behalf, any act proscribed by Search in this chapter Search in this section Search in this agency Search in this chapter group Search in this chapter Search in this section Cross references for section Acts affecting this section References to this 1970 Statutes Annotations Appellate Court Citations Administrative Code Index 2015-16 Wisconsin Statutes updated through 2017 Wis. Changes effective after February 23, 2018 are designated by NOTES.
Any unlicensed private security person who has reasonable grounds to believe that a crime is being committed or has been committed shall notify promptly an appropriate law enforcement agency of the facts which form the basis for this belief. Any person who provides other reasonable assistance under this section is immune from civil liability for his or her acts or omissions in providing the assistance.
This immunity does not apply if the person receives or expects to receive compensation for providing the assistance. For a conviction, it must be proved that an accused believed a crime was being committed and that a victim was exposed to bodily harm.
Acquittal on the underlying charge does not require acquittal on a charge under s.