Online Solicitation of a Minor

Solicitation of a minor, whether on the Internet or face to face, is a significant crime that law enforcement takes very seriously. While law enforcement officials are aggressive in their pursuit of suspects in these cases, this may result in mistakes while gathering or processing evidence. It may also result in the infringement of constitutional rights during an arrest or during the criminal process.

At Groshek Law in Minneapolis, Minnesota, attorney Christa Groshek understands the serious impact these charges can have on an individual's livelihood, family and future. She also understands that many sex crimes charges are the result of false accusations and children being coached by unscrupulous adults. Call 888-721-1056 or 612-424-5829 for help.

Experienced Minneapolis Criminal Defense Attorney

Most cases involving the online solicitation of a minor are built upon evidence related to Internet use, including chat room solicitation or other Internet sex crimes. Law enforcement officials and prosecutors typically prepare online solicitation cases by undertaking extensive forensic examination of the defendants' computers. It is important for your criminal defense lawyer to fully examine the arrest and the procedures that were used when building a case against you.

Serious penalties are imposed on those convicted of sex crimes in Minnesota, including jail or prison time and registering as a sex offender.

Christa has extensive experience defending clients in sexual assault trials and works diligently to minimize her clients' exposure to these severe penalties. She has an extensive understanding of computer crimes defense and how to protect the rights of clients who have had their computers searched or seized by law enforcement agencies. She also understands how to track information on Facebook, Twitter and other social media platforms.

Contact Criminal Defense Attorney Christa Groshek

To learn more about your legal options for fighting solicitation charges in the Twin Cities and throughout Minnesota, contact Groshek Law today for a free, confidential consultation.