In Wisconsin, sexual contact with children under 18 years old may result in criminal prosecution. “Statutory rape” means that sexual contact is illegal, even if consented to by the parties, based upon the age of the parties. Sexual contact with a minor 12 years of age or younger and a person of any age is… Read More »
Readjusting to society after a person has served a jail sentence can take some time. It is important to be aware of the terms of parole, if applicable, and to understand what may happen if another crime is committed. Allegations of sex crimes can be especially damaging to a person’s reputation, even more so if… Read More »
Three 18-year-old Elkhorn, Wisconsin, boys face one count each of sexual assault of a child under the age of 16 years. The incident, which occurred last December, centers on a then-14-year-old girl who alleges each of the boys engaged her in sexual acts in the basement of a house in which she believed one of the suspects… Read More »
Three men are facing charges related to a June 29, 2013 home invasion that involved rape and robbery in Milwaukee. One of the accused men is 27 years old and the other two are 23. When arrested, the 27-year-old admitted to taking part in the robbery but denied participation in the sexual assault.