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Prisoner Income Assignment Order.

Byline: Derek Hawkins

WI Court of Appeals District III<br />Case Name: State of Wisconsin v. Eric W. Poirier<br />Case No.: 2017AP931-CR<br />Officials: SEIDL, J.<br />Focus: Prisoner Income Assignment Order<br />Eric Poirier, pro se, appeals from an order assigning income from his prison account to pay unpaid fines, costs and surcharges assessed by the circuit court as a result of his 2003 conviction for operating a motor vehicle with a prohibited alcohol concentration (PAC) as a third offense. We reject Poirier's arguments that the income assignment order was improper and affirm the order.<br />Full Text<br />[box type="shadow" ]<br />Attorney Derek A. Hawkins is the managing partner at Hawkins Law Offices LLC, where he heads up the firm's startup law practice. He specializes in business formation, corporate governance, intellectual property protection, private equity and venture capital funding and mergers & acquisitions. Check out the website at www.hawkins-lawoffices.com or contact them at 262-737-8825.[/box]

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Publication:Wisconsin Law Journal
Date:May 22, 2018
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