What To Do If You’re Accused Of Internet Solicitation Of A Minor

A highly publicized internet crime is solicitation of a minor. In many instances, police pose as very young teens or children in an effort to catch individuals who are seeking sexual relationships with minors. This law enforcement strategy has resulted in many highly publicized criminal cases. The stakes are high. They include permanent listing on the sex offender registry and significant prison time. It is critical to retain an experienced criminal defense attorney to advocate for you and protect your rights if you have been charged with this crime. At the Law Offices of Robert B. Muchinsky, LLC, our principal attorney defends clients charged with internet solicitation of a minor. With more than 30 years of experience, he has the knowledge of the law and the courts in Connecticut to develop effective defense strategies that protect the rights and preserve the freedom of our clients.

How We Defend Clients Charged With Internet Solicitation

These are difficult charges because law enforcement usually develops strong cases before charging a suspect with internet solicitation. Our lawyer will look at all the evidence and ensure that the police did not violate your Fourth Amendment rights against illegal search and seizure. He will advise you about your options, which could include a plea bargain, reduced charges, a trial or a guilty plea. Each of these has pros and cons, and attorney Muchinsky will help you determine which option is the best for your situation.

Contact A Hartford Internet Sex Crime Attorney

If you were charged with internet solicitation of a minor, Hartford attorney Robert Muchinsky can help. To schedule a free initial consultation, contact our Connecticut law firm. Call us at 866-587-9294 toll-free.