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Second Degree Sexual Assault in Wisconsin
In Wisconsin, second degree sexual assault is a Class C felony. The state must prove the following, beyond a reasonable doubt:
1) The defendant had sexual contact with another person
2) The other person did not consent
3) The defendant used violence or threat to have sexual contact with another person
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