Frequently Asked Questions
What is considered a sex crime in Wisconsin?
There are many different types of sex crimes in Wisconsin, ranging from misdemeanor charges to felonies. Some of the most common sex crimes our clients are charged with include:
- First, second, third, and fourth-degree sexual assault.
- First and second-degree sexual assault of a child.
- Repeated sexual assault of a child.
- Child enticement.
- Trafficking of a child.
- Possession of child pornography.
- Use of a computer to facilitate a child sex crime.
- Exposing a child to harmful material.
- Sexual exploitation of a child.
- Solicitation of a child for prostitution.
- Incest with a child.
- Child sex offenders working with children.
- Indecent exposure.
- Lewd and lascivious behavior.
- Public indecency.
- …and more.
These are just some of the most common sex crimes our clients are charged with – if you have been accused of any type of sexual offense, we can help.
Why is Attorney Jay Fenton the best resource you will have in fighting sexual assault charges?
Attorney Jay Fenton is a sexual assault defense lawyer with experience fighting for the rights of his clients. He has successfully represented clients in a wide range of sex crime cases, from misdemeanor charges to felonies. He knows the law inside out and will aggressively defend you against the prosecution. If you are facing sexual assault charges, don’t wait – call Fenton Law Office now and schedule a consultation with Attorney Jay Fenton. With his experience and knowledge, he will be the best resource you have in fighting these serious charges.
Can Attorney Fenton help me appeal a sexual assault conviction?
If you have been convicted of a sex crime, you may be wondering if it is possible to appeal the decision. The answer is yes, but it is important to understand that the appeals process can be complex and time-consuming. Attorney Jay Fenton has experience handling appeals for sex crime convictions, and he knows what it takes to build a successful appeal.
There are a few different grounds on which you can base an appeal of a sex crime conviction. One is that the verdict was not supported by the evidence. This means that there was not enough evidence to convict you beyond a reasonable doubt. Another ground for appeal is that the judge made a legal error during the trial. This could be something like admitting evidence that should have been excluded or excluding evidence that should have been admitted.
If you are thinking about appealing your sex crime conviction, it is important to speak with an experienced criminal defense attorney. Attorney Jay Fenton can review your case and help you determine if you have grounds for an appeal. He can also provide guidance and support throughout the appeals process. Contact Attorney Fenton today to learn more about how he can help you.