The term "Sex Crimes" refers to a variety sexually motivated offenses prosecuted under state or federal law.
Examples include prostitution, solicitation, rape, statutory rape, sexual assault or battery, child molestation, enticing a child, or child pornography.
Punishments for some sex crimes in Wisconsin can include lengthy incarceration or sex offender probation, and requirements to register as a sexual offender.
After an allegation of a sexually motivated crime, contact a criminal defense attorney experienced in defending "sex crimes" in Wisconsin to discuss representation, attorney fees, and possible defenses.
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