Wisconsin Sex Crime Defense Attorneys Serving Green Bay, Appleton and Oconto
Sexual assault allegations are the most terrifying types of cases to even think about. These cases are just as serious as homicide charges.
The potential penalties can be astronomical. Not only can the allegations themselves ruin your reputation, tear your family apart, and take away your freedom. Sexual assault allegations are often based on thin evidence, or no physical evidence at all. Sometime the only evidence is the alleged victim’s story. If you have been charged with a sex crime, you need an experienced Wisconsin criminal lawyer who knows how to fight for you. We know how to expose lies of accusers. Maciolek Law Group attorneys know how to present the best defense to help you avoid jail, prison, and sex offender registration.
The Sex Crimes We Defend
In 2020, a total of 4,421 people were convicted of sex crimes in the state of Wisconsin. The Justice Department reports a conviction rate of 76.15% for the year for all types of sexual offenses. With conviction rates this high, you need the best lawyer you can find. You need someone with experience in the courtroom and a record of success defending sex crimes cases. The Maciolek Law Group in Green Bay has successfully defended cases involving:
- First Degree Sexual Assault
- Second Degree Sexual Assault
- Third Degree Sexual Assault
- Fourth Degree Sexual Assault
- Child sexual assault
- Child Enticement
- Date Rape
- Possession of Child Pornography
Our Green Bay sexual assault defense attorneys are committed to helping clients through the process to obtain the best possible results for their cases.
The Consequences of a Sex Crimes Conviction
A conviction for sexual assault can result in up to 60 years in prison. Most convictions for sexual crimes result in a requirement for the defendant to register as a sex offender on the state’s sex offender registry. You need a lawyer with a track record of beating Wisconsin sex crimes cases to give you the best chance at avoiding the harsh penalties of a guilty conviction.
Additionally, if convicted, the state may require you to wear a GPS monitor to track your every movement. In 2020, the DOJ tracked 1,668 sex offenders using a GPS monitor. Don’t let your name be added to this statistic.
The Best Wisconsin Criminal Lawyers
If you are facing Wisconsin sex crimes charges, you can count on Maciolek Law Group to provide you with the best defense available. Contact us today for a consultation and find out how we can help.