Sexual Assault of Minor Child

Sexual Assault of Minor Child

Sexual abuse is a highly sensitive subject that is neither easy to discuss nor acknowledge. The toughest part of a child sexual abuse charge for the State may be proving it, especially if the child is the only witness. There may be a lack of physical or other corroborating evidence. The effects last for life and can affect future relationships. On the other hand, charges for child sexual abuse can also be unfounded, often made by rebellious or coached children.
Either way, Wisconsin’s laws are strict and it takes a criminal defense lawyer with the expertise and an understanding of the various facets of the law related to sexual assault of a minor child to provide the necessary representation.
At Eisenberg law Offices, S.C. Madison, WI, our team of experienced Sex Crime Attorneys can get you the settlement you deserve. If you have been charged with sexual assault, contact us for a free, confidential consultation today.

What is child sexual assault?

When a child is sexually abused or exploited by another person, it amounts to child sexual assault. Child sexual assault involves sexual intercourse involving oral, vaginal, anal penetration, or contact with these areas or contact by a child with the defendant’s sexual organs.

  • Within a family, it can be in the form of incest, either in a single instance or repeatedly.
  • Sexual offenses related to touching include fondling, forcing the child to touch the adult’s sexual parts or penetrating the child’s vagina or anus.
  • Non-touching instances involve indecent exposure, exhibitionism, pornography, or involving the child in child pornography.

A charge of child sexual assault needs to be handled delicately and professionally.

Effects of Child Sexual Abuse

If you are facing investigation for sexual assault of a minor child, your attorney may be able to defend you from false accusations, increasing your chances for a favorable result. Avoid going through the trauma. Contact us today for a free, confidential consultation.

Wisconsin sexual assault laws

Wisconsin Laws are harsh in relation to sexual assault of a minor child. This is a criminal offense categorized into varying degrees. These are:

  • First degree sexual assault consists of sexual intercourse or contact with a child under 13 years and is considered a Class B felony (imprisonment up to 40 years)
  • Second Degree Sexual Assault consists of sexual intercourse or contact with a child who is 13 years but not yet 16 years old and is also a Class B felony (fines up to $10,000 and imprisonment up to 20 years)

At Eisenberg law Offices, S.C. Madison, WI, we are fully prepared to handle your sex crime case. Our Criminal Defense Attorneys have the knowledge and experience to aggressively defend you against child sexual assault allegations. If you are charged with sexual assault of a minor child, please contact us for a free, confidential consultation.]]>

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