It is hard for an individual to sue the state of Wisconsin.
Workers for the state can only be sued if they are act outside of their responsibility, or if they have a duty they fail to provide. Something like governments don't break the law, people do.
But if it is forseeable for her to make mistakes in her execution of her job.
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If you have been convicted, you either plead to the charge or were found guilty beyond a reasonable doubt by a jury. Frankly, the time to get an attorney to help you would have been prior to conviction! It will be almost impossible to sue a state worker after you plead or were found guilty. However, you might want to talk to an appellate attorney.
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