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What is Child Enticement in Wisconsin?
What is child enticement in Wisconsin?
To prove a crime of child enticement in Wisconsin, the state must prove:
-Defendant caused or attempted to cause a child under the age of 18 years old to go into a car, building, room or other “secluded place”
-Defendant intended to have sexual contact with the child
Child enticement is a Class D felony in Wisconsin.
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