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WISDOM calls Gov. Walker to fix failures in Revocation and GPS Monitoring.  

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Failures in Revocations and GPS Monitoring. WISDOM Brief 2

WISDOM to Gov Walker, Aug 20, 2014

Why Revocations and GPS Monitoring?

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5 Responses to

  1. Joan Duerst says:

    1s good insights in these responses. We’d love to have you at the next MOSES meeting which is the 1st Saturday of the month at First Congregational Church in Madison.

    You can write to me if you need more information.

    11x15joan@gmail.com

  2. I am writing you in regards to my son, who is an inmate a minimal facility located in Wisconsin. He’s been in incarcerated since June, 2001.
    When the laws of incarceration change from parole eligibility to truth- to -sentencing. He was sentenced under truth- to -sentencing. We have worked with the Wisconsin Innocent Project which brought us only so far as to DNA testing (Which was proven that he was not the suspect in a homicide case) and eyewitness account(individual uncooperative). We need help and advice on what to do next and how to go about the next step for justice.

  3. Cindy J. Brown says:

    I would like to be involved in your group. I had tried to start up a group back in 2003 and DOC illegally it down but I had no money to fight it because I put up everything I had to get it started. I even became homeless because of it.
    The DOC is a industry that needs a major overhaul!!!
    I am a Christian, if it wasn’t for God I would not be alive now because all I have lost over the years so many others have committed suicide.
    So I would love to help and I just need to know what I can do!!!

  4. Tammy Davis says:

    I am very interested in your group. My husband is incarcerated and has been for a number of years. He is under the old law and has been up for parole twice. Their practices are very wrong. Please let me know how I can get involved!

  5. Check our ACT NOW tab. You will find a number of options, including joining a task force, writing advocacy letters, signing up for our updates, and donating to help us increase our capacity.

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