MADISON - Three years ago, a ten-month-old girl swallowed a morphine pill.
Her father knew that, but he didn't take her to the hospital.
The girl died, and her father was convicted of child abuse and neglect.
Now, that verdict is under review.
25 year old Matthew Lonkoski of Rhinelander received 12 years in prison.
He had left a morphine pill within reach of his baby daughter, Peyton Lonkoski.
When police told Lonkoski his daughter died of a morphine overdose, he asked for a lawyer.
He was arrested and read his rights, but later agreed to talk more.
Lonkoski wants to have those statements thrown out, and the state supreme court has agreed to review the case.
The case examines what counts as interrogation and custody under the Miranda rights.