What Is the Statute of Limitations for Sexual Assault in Wisconsin?

The statute of limitations establishes a deadline for when the prosecution of a crime must begin. For example, under Wisconsin law, prosecution of a felony must start within six years of the crime. However, certain crimes have different statutes of limitations. Sexual assault, for example, has a range of statutes of limitation depending on the […]

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What Is the Age of Consent in Wisconsin?

In Wisconsin, people must reach a minimum age, known as the “age of consent,” before they can legally agree to participate in sexual activity with another person. What Is An “Age of Consent”? The age of consent refers to the minimum age that a person must reach before they can legally consent to participate in […]

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What Is the Difference Between 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Degree Sexual Assault in Wisconsin?

Are you facing sexual assault accusations or charges in Wisconsin? If so, you should know that these charges vary significantly depending on the severity of the alleged offense. The more serious the charge, the harsher the possible penalties. However, remember that an accusation will not necessarily lead to a conviction, and you have the right […]

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What is Considered Sexual Assault in Wisconsin?

Sexual assault refers to sexual, physical contact and behavior performed without consent, including fondling, forcing a person to perform sexual acts, and attempted rape. It’s imperative to understand sexual assault laws in Wisconsin, particularly if you’ve been accused of sexual assault. Accusations are severe and can change your life and future. Wisconsin Sexual Assault Laws […]

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The Degrees and Penalties of Sexual Assault in Wisconsin

Facing any legal matter can bring an immense amount of stress for all parties involved. However, those facing criminal charges are often under the most duress. If you have been arrested for sexual assault, you may be dealing with concerns over your freedom, future employment or living arrangements, and financial status. Determining the outcome of […]

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