Solicitation Of A Minor
Law enforcement agencies have greatly increased their sting operations relating to meeting minors for a sexual purpose. If you have been arrested, or you are concerned that you may be under investigation for solicitation of a minor, call the MacNeil Firm now. We have the experience you need to help you avoid a conviction.
Internet sex offenses are usually felony charges. Generally a felony cannot be expunged from your record. Also, many internet sex crimes have mandatory minimum prison sentences, and require lifetime registration as a sex offender. The MacNeil firm has had good success defending against solicitation of a minor charges.
The internet has developed into a great place to meet people. Some people are trying to find a date or significant other on dating sites. Others are looking to meet or talk with like-minded people on social, political, or religious issues. However lots of other people use the internet to connect with others for a sexual purpose, some of which is legal, some of which is not.
Law enforcement has discovered that they can greatly increase their arrests by trolling the internet. It might surprise you that many law enforcement agencies have dedicated officers and agents that do nothing all day but surf the web looking for internet sex offenses. And it’s not just big agencies like the FBI, local law enforcement is also getting in on the action.
Examples of common internet sex offenses include:
- Indecent solicitation of a minor
- Travel with intent to engage in sexual acts with a minor
- Transportation with intent to engage in sexual activity
- Transportation for illegal sexual activity
- Sexual exploitation of a child
- Child enticement
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