Question: Can a sex crimes conviction be expunged from a person’s record in Wisconsin?

Answer: In Wisconsin, most convictions for sex offenses cannot be expunged from a person’s record. Even a low-level sexual offense can only be expunged under very specific circumstances. If you are accused of a sexual assault, you should not assume that it will be expunged. You can ask your attorney about expungement and whether that’s an option before making any decisions about how to proceed in the case.

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