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Teacher’s aide arrested and accused of sex crimes in Wisconsin

Individuals in Wisconsin and elsewhere who are accused of a crime may often be uncertain how to proceed. Sex crimes carry severe penalties should a conviction be obtained, and allegations alone are often intimidating. A 23-year-old teacher’s aide is likely focused on her defense after she was recently accused of having sexual relations with two minors.

One of the accusing parties claims that the woman began flirting with him while he was at a local elementary school to pick up his younger brother. The other asserts that he was in one of her classes at a local high school. According to reports, at one point or another both parties were invited to her residence, where they allegedly took part in consensual sex with her. She has recently been arrested and is facing charges for child enticement and sexual assault.

Those who are accused of similar crimes face potentially devastating consequences which can have a significant impact on their future. A conviction can lead to a long prison term, in addition to permanent registration as a sex offender. Simply being accused of a similar crime can even damage a person’s reputation within the community, which can be challenging enough on its own.

An individual that is accused of sex crimes might find it advisable to seek guidance as soon as possible. By speaking with a defense attorney, a client in Wisconsin could gain invaluable advice on the best course of action to take moving forward. An experienced attorney can examine the charges against a client, provide advice on the potential consequences and options for defense, and assist him or her in pursuing the most favorable outcome possible during court proceedings.

Source:, “Teacher’s aid charged with having sex with students“, May 31, 2017

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