State of Wisconsin vs. Mark R Kramer

Waukesha County Case Number 2009CF000849

Charge(s)/Sentence(s)

Charge Detail
The Defendant was charged with the following offense:
Count No.
Statute Cite
Description
Severity
Offense Date
Plea
1
943.20(1)(b)
Theft-Business Setting >$10,000
Felony G
08-25-2005
No Contest on 09-16-2010
On 09-16-2010 there was a finding of:
Action
Court Official
Guilty Due to No Contest Plea
Haughney, Patrick C.
On 11-29-2010 the following was ordered:
Sentence
Time
Begin Date
Notes
State Prison
4 Years
Defendant is Not eligible for Challenge Incarceration Program and IS eligible for Earned Release Program. Court does not order this as a Risk Reduction Sentence.
Extended Supervision
5 Years
Condition
Time
Notes
Restitution
Restitution for J. Hubmann to be paid as a condition of Extended Supervision.
Costs
Costs to be paid as a condition of Extended Supervision.
Other
Case 09CF1171 was dismissed and read in. No Contact with victims J. Grade, J. Hubmann and H. Bobrowitz. Maintain full time employment. Cannot apply to reinstate his law license and cannot obtain any job that will involve anyone's monies or funds. Provide DNA Specimen unless previously obtained.
No use or possession of alcohol or drugs unless prescribed. Comply with random urine screens. Maintain absolute sobriety. Valid prescriptions only with prior agent approval and to be taken only in the manner they are ordered.
Follow through with any treatment or counseling recommended by Agent.
If probation is revoked and/or a prison term ordered, outstanding financial obligations shall be collected pursuant to statutory provisions, including deductions from inmate prison monies. If discharged with outstanding financial obligations, a civil judgment shall be entered against the defendant and in favor of restitution victims and government entities for outstanding financial obligations. Collections may include income assignment.