District IV


May 6, 2013


Hon. Julie Genovese

Circuit Court Judge

Br. 13, Rm. 8103

215 South Hamilton

Madison, WI 53703


Carlo Esqueda

Clerk of Circuit Court

Room 1000

215 South Hamilton

Madison, WI 53703


Chris Freeman

Dane Co. District Attys. Office

215 S. Hamilton St., Rm. 3000

Madison, WI 53703-3297
Faun M. Moses

Asst. State Public Defender

P. O. Box 7862

Madison, WI 53707-7892


Gregory M. Weber

Assistant Attorney General

P.O. Box 7857

Madison, WI 53707-7857


Jamaine K. Martin 560109

New Lisbon Corr. Inst.

P.O. Box 4000

New Lisbon, WI 53950-4000


You are hereby notified that the Court has entered the following opinion and order:









State of Wisconsin v. Jamaine K. Martin (L.C. #2010CM3677)




Before Higginbotham, J.[1]

Attorney Faun Moses, appointed counsel for Jamaine Martin, has filed a no-merit report pursuant to Wis. Stat. Rule 809.32 and Anders v. California, 386 U.S. 738 (1967).Counsel provided Martin with a copy of the report, and both counsel and this court advised him

of his right to file a response.Martin has not responded.We conclude that this case is appropriate for summary disposition.See Wis. Stat. Rule 809.21.After our independent review of the record, we conclude there is no arguable merit to any issue that could be raised on appeal.

Martin pled no contest to one misdemeanor battery count.He was placed on probation.Probation was revoked and the court sentenced Martin to six months, to be served in the state prison system.

An appeal from sentencing after revocation of probation does not bring before us the original judgment of conviction unless the appellant shows good cause to extend the time to appeal from that judgment under Wis. Stat. Rule 809.82(2).See State v. Drake, 184 Wis. 2d 396, 399, 515 N.W.2d 923 (Ct. App. 1994).No good cause appears in the record to extend Martinís time to appeal from the original judgment of conviction, and therefore, only issues related to the most recent sentencing are before us now.

The no-merit report addresses whether the sentence is within the legal maximum and whether the court erroneously exercised its sentencing discretion.The standards for the circuit court and this court on sentencing issues are well-established and need not be repeated here.See State v. Gallion, 2004 WI 42, ∂∂17-51, 270 Wis. 2d 535, 678 N.W.2d 197.In this case, the court considered appropriate factors such as Martinís apparent anger issues and history of mistreating women, his lack of success on probation, the need for treatment, and Martinís otherwise good character.The court did not consider improper factors, and reached a reasonable result.There is no arguable merit to this issue.

Our review of the record discloses no other potential issues for appeal.


IT IS ORDERED that the judgment of conviction is summarily affirmed.See Wis. Stat. Rule 809.21.

IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that Attorney Moses is relieved of further representation of Martin in this matter.See Wis. Stat. Rule 809.32(3).


Diane M. Fremgen

Clerk of Court of Appeals


[1]  This appeal is decided by one judge pursuant to Wis. Stat. ß 752.31(2)(f) (2011-12).All references to the Wisconsin Statutes are to the 2011-12 version unless otherwise noted.