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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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