Internet Solicitation of Minor
Dallas Irving Child Molestation Lawyer
An increasingly common crime is internet solicitation of minors. Criminal defense lawyer Frank Jackson has been practicing law for over 30 years and can handle any internet solicitation case. Attorney Frank Jackson is an experienced courtroom advocate and works hard to achieve the best possible outcome in every case. Contact kids chat room crime lawyer, Frank Jackson, for a free initial consultation.
Internet solicitation of a minor is the act of soliciting sex in a chat room with a child or minor that represents themselves to be 14 years old or younger. The actual criminal act occurs the moment there is an agreement to meet the child in person. If an individual pursues a minor for child pornography over the internet in child or adult chat rooms, the individual can also be charged with internet solicitation of a minor or other internet crimes. Child pornography is a federal offense, as well as a state offense.
Although it is very difficult to prove an individual’s innocence in child pornography and internet solicitation cases, Texas internet lawyer, Frank Jackson, has been successful in obtaining reduced charges, sentences, and penalties for his clients. He strives to prove there was not probable cause for the arrest and utilizes defenses such as entrapment for his clients. In Attorney Jackson’s criminal defense practice, he has successfully handled a large number of cases involving:
- Solicitation of a minor over the internet
- Child sexual abuse
- Internet sex
- Child molesting
- Lewd conduct
- Indecent exposure
- Child pornography
If you have been arrested for or charged with internet solicitation or child pornography, stigmas as a child molester or sexual predator are hard to diffuse. Attorney Frank Jackson is very discrete when representing individuals charged with sex crimes. For experienced representation, contact the Texas child molestation attorney at the Law Offices of Frank Jackson to discuss what he can do for you.
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