Contact Meyer Van Severen, S.C. to discuss your repeated sexual assault of the same child case

Repeated sexual assault of the same child is a serious criminal offense.  Sexual assault charges carry very serious penalties.  If you’ve been charged with repeated sexual assault of the same child, you face a Class A, B, or C felony.  Our criminal defense lawyers have experience defending sexual cases.  If you’ve been charged with this, or any other, sexual assault case, contact our office today.  Meyer Van Severen, S.C. focuses 100% of its resources on defending Wisconsin criminal cases.  We’ll be here when you need help.  Contact us at (414) 270-0202.


What is sexual assault of the same child?

Section 948.025 of the Wisconsin Statutes prohibits sexual assault of the same child.  The offense is best defined when considering the penalties.

Class A felony:

  • At least 3 instances of sexual contact or sexual intercourse with a child under the age of 13 years old, and the contact/intercourse caused great bodily harm to the victim.

Class B felony:

  • At least 3 instances of sexual contact or sexual intercourse with a child under 13 years old, and the contact/intercourse caused great bodily harm to the victim; or
  • At least 3 instances of sexual intercourse with a child under 12 years old; or
  • At least 3 instances of sexual intercourse with a child under 16 years old, by threat of force or violence; or
  • At least 3 instances of sexual contact with a child under 16 years old, by threat or force, if the defendant is over 18 years old at the time of the offense

Class C felony:

  • At least 3 instances of first or second degree sexual assault of a child.

 How do we defend my repeated sexual assault of a child case?

All cases are different, and all cases require different defenses.  Sexual assault cases involve victims, and those victims may have credibility issues.  Focusing on credibility may help to convince a jury of your innocence.  Sometimes police officers lie about evidence.  They often exaggerate statements and put pressure on individuals to admit to things they didn’t do.  Depending upon the severity of those issues we may be able to convince a court to suppress evidence from being used against you.  In other cases we may be able to bring these issues up in front of a jury, helping to show your innocence.  At your initial consultation we will discuss your case and possible motions and defenses.


Call us for sexual assault defense.  (414) 270-0202

If you’ve been charged with a sexual assault contact Meyer Van Severen, S.C.  We’ve defended repeated sexual assault of the same child cases and may be able to defend yours.  This offense is a felony and could send you to prison without a skilled defense attorney.  Contact us immediately if you’ve been charged with this or any other criminal offense.  We answer calls 24/7 at (414) 270-0202.