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What Is 4th Degree Sexual Assault?

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4th degree sexual assault is a misdemeanour under law which involves any sexual contact with another person without consent. Under Wisconsin law, 4th Degree Sexual Assault is a Class A misdemeanour. It usually involves a minor.
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There are different degrees of sexual assault. Typically when someone is charged in the fourth degree, they have touched a person in a inappropriate manner. This could be rubbing someone's leg, or touching their private areas.
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