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I had to do an observation on a criminal hearing. The case I observed was actually my daughters case. At 7 months old she had a broken left femur from a daycare provider. So below are the charges she got but only walked away with the Neglect charge. Don’t forget to use the resources I have provided you below in the upload called Course Materials.·First, locateWisconsin statutes which govern the crime with which the defendant wascharged in the case you observed. Here is the charge she hadgotten, Count 1 had gotten dismissed but Read In.·COUNT 1·Child Abuse-Recklessly Cause Great Harm,Felony E, Wisconsin Statutes 948.03(3)(a)·Sexual Assault of a Child / Physical Abuse ofa Child by a Child Care Provider, Wisconsin Statute 939.635 (Charge wasDismissed but Read In)·COUNT 2·Neglectinga Child, a class A misdemeanor, Wisconsin Statutes 948.21(1)(a). ·Does Wisconsin havemandatory, determinate, indeterminate or guideline sentencing options? Inaccordance with Wisconsin sentencing standards, what are the sanctionsavailable for this defendant if found guilty? Hint: You can find Wisconsin statutes and other information at http://www.findlaw.com.·You will need to thenresearch the cases affecting the law the defendant was accused of violating.Locate a minimum of two U.S. Supreme Court cases dealing with the observedcriminal proceeding. Although the constitutional issues will differ, the casesshould be based on the criminal activity of the case or cases you ·Statev. Rundle 176 Wis. 2d 985 (1993)·Statev. Consaul·Using what you foundduring your research, brief the two precedent cases of the observed law orproceeding. The briefs should have the proper format as shown below!Case Title CitationIssue of the case: Should be in question form.Facts Supreme Court DecisionMajorityDissentingdecisionCommentsFor information on the specifics of how to brief a case, please visit thefollowing website:oHowTo Brief a Casehttp://www.lib.jjay.cuny.edu/research/brief.html