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The Numbers Behind Online Sex Crimes

On behalf of J. Kippa Law, LLC | August 25, 2022

Online sex crimes have only become more common in recent years. For example, the first few months of the COVID-19 pandemic caused a 106% increase in reports of online predators. These cases are aggressively prosecuted and having a skilled defense lawyer is the best way to avoid joining these statistics.   Online Predators Statistics and…
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Jeff Kippa on Sexual Assault Offenses

On behalf of J. Kippa Law, LLC | April 28, 2022

You absolutely don’t want to handle an allegation of sexual assault without the benefit of a good attorney.

Sex Crimes Accusations Nearly as Damaging as a Conviction

On behalf of J. Kippa Law, LLC | January 18, 2022

Being charged with any crime is a shocking and scary experience. However, not all criminal charges are equal in their ability to derail your personal and professional life. Being accused or charged of a sex crime like sexual assault, solicitation of a minor, possession of child pornography – let alone convicted – can do immense…
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Sex Crimes Defense Cannot Wait

On behalf of J. Kippa Law, LLC | November 17, 2021

Early intervention is key in all criminal defense matters, but it can be argued that it is the most crucial when it comes to sex crimes defense. You are innocent until proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt, but waiting for the legal process to run its course in a sex crimes case can result in irreparable…
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“Stealthing” Law On The Books in California. Is Wisconsin Next?

On behalf of J. Kippa Law, LLC | October 17, 2021

A law proposed here in 2017 would have classified “stealthing” as sexual assault. Will Wisconsin legislators try again on the heels of a similar law’s enactment in California? Source:  https://www.newsweek.com/california-becomes-first-state-prohibit-stealthing-amends-marital-rape-law-1637127    

Can an Attorney Defend You Against Child Enticement Charges in Wisconsin?

On behalf of J. Kippa Law, LLC | September 17, 2021

Wisconsin’s child enticement law applies to more than just engaging or intending to engage in sexual acts with a minor. You could also face a charge for allegedly causing a child mental harm, giving a child a controlled substance, or intending to do either one of these. These charges are serious and require the help…
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Consequences of Wisconsin Sex Crime Conviction

On behalf of J. Kippa Law, LLC | May 13, 2021

If you are charged with “use of a computer to facilitate a sex crime” in Wisconsin, the consequences are not subtle. The penalties of a conviction include the requirement to register as a sex offender, which places numerous limitations on your personal and professional life. Seeking the aid of a lawyer if you are charged…
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Possession of Child Pornography in Wisconsin

On behalf of J. Kippa Law, LLC | March 10, 2021

According to the Wisconsin Statutes, in order to be penalized for possession of child pornography, the following circumstances must be present: You are aware that you possessed the material You are aware, or should reasonably be aware, that the material “contains depictions of sexually explicit conduct” You are aware, or should reasonably be aware, that…
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Sexual Assault of a Child in Wisconsin Considered Felony Charges

On behalf of J. Kippa Law, LLC | January 4, 2021

Wisconsin law always considers sexual contact or intercourse with an individual under the age of 16 as a felony charge.  First-Degree Sexual Assault of a Child First-degree sexual assault is a Class A felony if the defendant has sexual intercourse or sexual contact with an individual who is under the age of 13, and the…
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What is the Age of Consent in Wisconsin?

On behalf of J. Kippa Law, LLC | November 23, 2020

In Wisconsin, the age of consent is 18 years old. This means that if you engage in sexual intercourse with a minor who is 17 years old or younger, it is considered statutory rape, which is a Class A misdemeanor. Wisconsin law considers individuals who are under the age of 18 to be too young…
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