Forty-nine-year-old former Appleton and Stevens Point attorney, David Dudas, could spend the rest of his life in jail after he was found guilty of almost 30 crimes against his own wife, with his sentencing scheduled for 9:30 a.m. today.
According to criminal complaints lodged against him by his wife, Dudas sexually assaulted her repeatedly in July 2013. She said she was able to leave the house and escape from him by climbing though a window in their house and jumping from it while their children contacted the police.
Dudas has been convicted of first degree sexual assault, 14 counts of second degree sexual assault, and 11 counts of strangulation and suffocation. His sentencing will take place at the Outagamie County Court.
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A 39-year-old Appleton resident has recently been sentenced to 12 years in prison plus eight years of extended supervision for sexually abusing his 3-year-old daughter
The man pleaded no contest in June 2013 to the charge of first-degree child sex assault, a felony with a maximum 60 year sentence.
Assistant District Attorney Peter Hahn said that the defendant claimed that the three-year-old girl initiated the sexual contact. The man requested for mental health treatment to be included as part of his sentence along with his incarceration.
Outagamie County Judge Mitchell Metropulos said the defendant may be playing up his mental illness “either to gain sympathy or to deflect the severity of his acts, which is problematic when we’re dealing with sexual deviancy”.
According to the criminal complaint filed in June 2012, the victim said her father liked to “play doctor” by exposing himself and touching her private areas.
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Forty-nine-year-old Appleton, Wisconsin attorney David Dudas, who is from Dale, and who is accused of beating and sexually molesting his wife over the course of a year, faced initial trial proceedings on Monday, April 22.
Dudas’ defense attorney, Andrew Erlandson, said that the couple had been fond of making their sex life colorful, adding that “evidence will show this is unusual sex, but it was consensual”, during his opening statement.
Outagamie County District Attorney Carrie Schneider, for her part, said Dudas’ affinity for violent porn made him rape his wife for a year and forced her to agree to his sexual inclinations under the threat of physical abuse.
Dudas is facing charges of second-degree reckless injury, 14 counts of second-degree sexual assault, first-degree sexual assault, substantial battery, and 12 counts of suffocation, plus misdemeanor battery and intimidation of a witness.
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On Monday, April 21 Appleton attorney, David Dudas, 49, will face 31 counts ranging from first-degree sexual assault to felony charges of suffocation and strangulation. The trial is scheduled to start at 8:30 a.m. and will include four days of testimony.
Dudas had been taken into police custody last July after his wife called the police and reported that Dudas hit her in the head, repeatedly suffocated her, and sexually assaulted her that day. Additionally, Dudas’ wife stated that she had been subjected forceful sexual intercourse over the span of a year.
Being charged with a criminal offense can be extremely frightening. The attorneys at Hart Powell, S.C. represent Appleton people that are summoned to appear in criminal court. Call our offices at (414) 271-9595 to speak with a member of our team about your case.
Wisconsin resident Ryan Collins, 32, has been charged with repeated sexual assault and child enticement for having an affair with a 13-year-old girl. Preliminary hearings against Collins started on Friday, March 7.
Fox Valley Metro Police Officer, Jeff Nett, said the unidentified girl told the police that two weeks following their initial meeting, Collins took her back to his house where they engaged in sexual activities.
According to the criminal complaint, the girl told Collins that she was 18 or 19 years old when they first met. Collins told police that he didn’t know she was underage until after the girl’s mother called him to say the girl was pregnant.
Facing criminal charges can be extremely stressful. If you have been accused of a serious crime in Appleton, the attorneys at Hart Powell, S.C. could make a significant difference in the outcome of your trial. Call (414) 271-9595 to discuss your legal options with a member of our team.
A volunteer for the 4-H program in Calumet County has been charged with two counts of child enticement and sexual assault of a teenage girl.
Chance J. Ujazdowski, 30, of Hortonville could be sentenced to 62 years in prison if he is found guilty of all of the charges filed against him. The charges against Ujazdowski are related to incidents that occurred in Outagamie County. Allegedly, Ujazdowski initiated an inappropriate relationship with a 16-year-old girl involved in the 4-H program.
Assistant District Attorney Peter Han noted that, aside from the two incidents of sexual assualt in Outagamie County, there had been other incidents in a different county that occurred in February of 2013. Ujazdowski’s defense attorney, James Long, asked the court to assign a bond for his client based only on the Outagamie County charges.
If you have been charged with severe criminal charges, hiring legal counsel could optimize a favorable outcome in court. The attorneys of Hart Powell, S.C. represent Appleton people that face criminal charges. Call (414) 271-9595 to speak with a member of our legal team.
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel announced recently that the Pentagon has plans to revamp how the armed services handle sexual abuse complaints. Hagel’s initiatives include:
- Strengthening the enforcement of policies banning romantic relationships between recruiters, instructors, and green troops
- Supporting victims of sexual assault by providing them with legal advice and representation
- Thoroughly checking whether inspector generals on investigations of sexual assault are handling the cases properly