Defense Against Solicitation of a Minor
Attorneys Fighting Against Sex Crime Charges
Cases are rarely as clear-cut as they seem. This is especially so when it comes to cases involving behavior alleged to take place online. In order to deter Internet solicitation of a minor, the police often get online and try to set people up. These sting operations then result in arrests for illegal solicitation for sex of a minor. But does the evidence really prove the charges?
These charges mean that your reputation, relationships, and career are at stake. You need experienced criminal defense lawyer who will do all they can to help you. Our team at Crain Lewis Brogdon, LLP is experienced with these types of cases, and our understanding of laws surrounding the Internet is both innovative and deeply familiar.
Respond to your charges with a strong defense—call (214) 301-5007 for a free case consultation.
Why Hire Crain Lewis Brogdon, LLP?
Attorney Chris Lewis represents people facing serious allegations like online sexual solicitation of a minor. Our clients are just people: teachers, youth ministers, priests, therapists, doctors, and others. In our experience, we know that every story has more than one side. We have years of experience defending people against these charges by revealing the facts and sharing the story that protects your innocence.
About Charges for Solicitation of a Minor
Engaging in Sexually-Explicit Transmissions: We defend clients who are arrested in connection to sexually-explicit conversations they had with a person they believed to be a minor. In many cases, the prosecution has already pulled the transcript of such conversations and has used this to obtain a warrant to search your home or work computer for other evidence. An experienced defense lawyer must know how to effectively handle an evidence-intensive case.
Online Solicitation of a Minor for Sex: Using chat rooms, online social networking sites, and other Web-based applications to solicit minors for sex has become a significant focus for state and federal law enforcement agencies. More people are falling into the trap of undercover officers posing as minors. Our lawyers provide defense representation to clients facing prosecution for Internet solicitation of a minor.
Our attorneys know what is on the line when you are charged with Internet sex crimes involving online solicitation. We care about your future and will combine our extensive experience and resources to provide the tireless defense you need.
To schedule a free consultation, contact us online or call (214) 301-5007.