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Question: What Are The Penalties For Second Degree Sexual Assault In Wisconsin?

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Answer: In Wisconsin, second degree sexual assault is a Class C as in Charlie—a Class C felony. Class C felony, a judge can sentence you up to 40 years in prison total; of that he can order 25 years in prison and 15 years out. So, in that context the judge can order you to go away for 25 years. I should mention that each of these crimes carries with it a fine of up to $100,000, Class C and lower. In addition, these crimes both carry lifetime sex offender registration.

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Defense attorney, Christopher Van Wagner, provides assertive and intelligent legal representation for people who face a wide range of sex crimes, from sexual assault, 2nd degree sexual assault, and other serious sexual assault charges. Sexual assaults are aggressively prosecuted in Dane County and throughout Wisconsin. You will need a criminal defense lawyer who is equally assertive handling your case.

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