Contact Meyer Van Severen, S.C. at (414) 270-0202 to discuss your causing a child to view or listen to sexual activity case.

Causing a child to view or listen to sexual activity is illegal in Wisconsin.  The crime is a felony.  But the felony level depends upon certain circumstances.  Meyer Van Severen, S.C. defends all sexual assault cases, including this one.  We’re skilled criminal defense lawyers who want to work on your case.  To discuss your case with our criminal defense law firm, contact Meyer Van Severen, S.C. at (414) 270-0202.


What is causing a child to view or listen to sexual activity?

Causing a child to view or listen to sexual activity is committed when the defendant “intentionally causes a child who has not attained 18 years of age, or an individual who the actor believes or has reason to believe has not attained 18 years of age, to view or listen to sexually explicit conduct may be penalized … if the viewing or listening is for the purpose of sexually arousing or gratifying the actor or humiliating or degrading the child or individual.”  For more information, see section 948.055 of the Wisconsin Statutes.

Causing a child to view or listen to sexual activity is a Class F felony is the child has not attained the age of 13 years old or the defendant believes, or has reason to believe, that the child is under 13 years old.  It’s a Class H felony if is victim is between 13 or 18, or the defendant believes the victim is between 13 and 18.


How do we win your case?

We want to win your case just as much as you do.  But without knowing the facts of your case we cannot say exactly how to win your case.  Impeaching a lying witness may cause a jury not to believe that witness.  And law enforcement violations of constitutional rights could result in suppression of evidence.   There are plenty of other ways to win a criminal case.  Contact to our criminal defense law firm to see what your options are.


Causing a child to view or listen to sexual activity is a felony

If you’re facing such a serious charge, our criminal defense attorneys, Matthew R. Meyer and Benjamin T. Van Severen believe you deserve serious defense to that charge.  Our criminal attorneys have handled numerous sexual assault cases before.   And we defend all other criminal cases in the State of Wisconsin.  If you’re facing criminal prosecution, call Meyer Van Severen, S.C. at (414) 270-0202.