Online solicitation of a minor is a common form of solicitation of a minor, and involves communication through the internet during which the solicitation occurs.
When charged with online solicitation of a minor, a defendant should understand the charge and its defenses, the initial penalty, and the long-term consequences.
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Online solicitation of a minor is a very frustrating charge for many defendants because it does not require a completed “act” with a minor.
A typical defendant will argue by saying, “I never touched her, so why am I being charged?