Ramsey Co. Tennis Coach Charged With Sex With Students

Daniel Erik Hubbard Wilson was booked into the Ramsey County jail. He was arrested in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He is being charged with first-degree criminal sexual conduct and third-degree criminal sexual conduct. Both charges are felonies in Minnesota.  He was released from custody on bail.  The bail was set at $20,000. A restraining order was also filed against him. The Visitation school also reported the incident. they are obligated to make a mandatory report.

Wilson was a tennis coach and had a relationship with an underage girl on the tennis team. It was an all-girls high school. He resigned on September 24, 2014, just days before being arrested. The assaults occurred many times since September 2013.   The alleged victim’s father confronted Wilson about his sexual relationship with his daughter.  He told the victim’s father that he fell in love with her . Wilson begged him not to tell on him.  Wilson and the victim met in 2012 and they became sexually active when she was only 15. The victim alleges that they spoke about the fact that their relationship was illegal. He told police that he loved her. There are many text messages, which shows Wilson professing his love to the victim.  Police are looking into whether there were other victims. The victim stated that there might be other victims.

Wilson should not have made any statements to police without an attorney present. Is important to hire a criminal defense lawyer as soon as you are arrested. Any statements can be used against you. Keller Law Offices offers a free consultation. Many individuals hire Max Keller on a pre-charge basis. It is even possible to get a case dismissed before charges are ever filed.  Keller Law Offices has successfully done this in the past.  Max Keller is a criminal defense lawyer in Minnesota. He practices in Ramsey County, Minnesota where Wilson is charged with criminal sexual conduct. A criminal defense lawyer should be present during all communication with law enforcement. Call 951-913-1421 to talk to a criminal defense lawyer.

He has won jury trial cases in misdemeanor and felony cases and in DWI’s and non-DWI’s. He is a member of the Minnesota Society for Criminal Justice, which only allows the top 50 criminal defense attorneys in the state as members. He is a frequent speaker at CLE’s and is often asked for advice by other defense attorneys across Minnesota.

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