2010 Wisconsin Code
Chapter 969. Bail and other conditions of release.
969.09 Conditions of bond.


969.09 Conditions of bond.


(1) If a defendant is admitted to bail before sentencing the conditions of the bond shall include, without limitation, the requirements that the defendant will appear in the court having jurisdiction on a day certain and thereafter as ordered until discharged on final order of the court and that the defendant will submit to the orders and process of the court.


(2) If the defendant is admitted to bail upon appeal, the conditions of the bond shall be that the defendant will duly prosecute the defendant's appeal, that the defendant will appear at such time and place as the court directs, and that if the judgment is affirmed or reversed and remanded for a new trial or further proceedings upon notice after remittitur, the defendant will surrender to the sheriff of the county in which the defendant was tried.


(3) A defendant shall receive a copy of the bond which the defendant executes pursuant to this chapter.

969.09 - ANNOT.

History: 1993 a. 486; 1995 a. 225.

969.09 - ANNOT.

A petition for a writ of habeas corpus properly named the state department with custody of probationers, rather than the sheriff, as the respondent if the petitioner was released on bail pending appeal. Dreske v. DHSS, 483 F. Supp. 783 (1980).

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