Yes at sentencing you need to request it, and it is conditional on the jail in the county that you are transferring accepting you. The county receiving can decline. You must apply so contact the Huber program before you start serving your sentence.
The Statute of limitation in Wisconsin is three years. In Wisconsin Medical Malpractice cases are so difficult and expensive that fewer than 100 were filed last year, and this is trending downward. This means that fewer lawyers are handling these cases and it is unlikely you can find an attorney to help you. You should contact the treating facility and notify them of your concerns. They typically will investigate the doctor. I am very sorry for your loss.
You cannot get a public defender to help you for the reasons stated in the previous answers. You cannot afford to lose your job and if you don't get an attorney I can guarantee that you will lose your license. OWI proceedings are a complex maze of administrative law and criminal procedure that requires an attorney's help. You should apply an appeal of the administrative suspension of your driver's license and hire an attorney.
Filing an appeal does not automatically stay your sentence. The stay is discretionary. You are at the mercy of the HUBER program and the county sheriff. You must get consent from jail in the county you are seeking to transfer to. You have to report to your initial county of confinement and then put in a request to transfer. This often depends on if the facility has capacity. Good luck.
Yes depending on the circumstances this could be a Class H Felony or a Class A misdemeanor. The State must prosecute within 6 years or you may be able to assert a statute of limitations defense. You must hire a lawyer to assess your situation. This answer is made based on incomplete information which should not be provided on Avvo, and only an attorney who has reviewed your case can properly advise you.