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My son, a school librarian, was convicted on solicitation of
My son, a school librarian, was convicted on solicitation of a minor via a computer on 4 separate counts...the prosecutor did everything possible to make him look like a creep as well as the state policeman. Her story changed and she had accused two people previously of similar behaviors. We were not allowed to present this. Is there anything we can do at the State of Appeals (we have a lawyer). Is there anything we can do to win or should we just count on him being in jail for the next 5 years. The judge was particularly harsh since he will not confess to this crime.
I have been charged with a gross misdemeanor in MN
I have been charged with a gross misdemeanor in MN for soliciting prostitution. Prosecutor is offering to either drop to misdemeanor with guilty plea, $500 fine, 1 year probation OR stay of adjudication under gross misdemeanor with $1500 fine and 2year probation. Which will help me most related to future employment?I should mention my profession is in medical field related to customer care.
How does federal communications and age of consent laws
How does federal communications and age of consent laws pertain to intrastate communication? For example let's say two people who are both above the legal age of consent in the same state, yet one of the persons is a minor (age 17) would it be illegal to speak with this person about sex using a smartphone app, and would it be legal to agree to and engage in sexually activity with this person via the app?
I had inquired about an escort ad and had said I was looking
i had inquired about an escort ad and had said I was looking for something adventurous, that was basically it. The ad responded back via text that they were an undercover sting agent from a local police department and said it would be wise to delete their number. then they proceeded to tell me that I had idea how easy it would be to find out my text and all my information with their sophisticated technology. And said they get a thrill from doing the sting operations but it makes them sad when they have to bust people who are good peopleJA: Since laws vary from place to place, what state is this in? And when did this happen?Customer: Virginia and last nightJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: no I have not. I had told the officer that I was incredibly sorry and was not looking to wreck my life for something stupid. They had not contacted me sinceJA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?Customer: I just want to know that Im ok
I am under probation. I was searched at home and all seemed
I am under probation. I was searched at home and all seemed well, but they decided to seize one of my cell phones. They did not disclose why. They gave me a receipt and I provided my password ***** They were professional and kind. They did not attempt to search or seize any other electronic devices. I am a registered sex offender. I am worried because I have old and a couple new pictures depicting nudity with a conversation of a woman online. Kik is the app. I used. They said they need to just "clear" the phone and I should have it back by the end of this week. I am worried that I may have been lied to and I currently have an active Harvey waiver which states if I commit an offence I face 6-9 years in state prison. I am very scared because I have stuff on there prior my original conviction that may land me in the offence category. Please let me know why they did not bother to search any other electronic device and why they never seized any other device.Thank you very much. I am Matt
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I surfed the internet, Craig List woman, not really sex, oneView more criminal law questions
I surfed the internet, Craig List for adds woman for men, not really for real sex, one add called my attention, she wants some help for the rent. I met her on the street and I told her that I am not interested in sex, she tried to rob me with a knife, I was still in my car, happened just seconds after I met her. Was able to call the police and while she ried to take my phone, I was able to take the knife out of her hands and with the police on the phone she ran away. I presented charges for robery and murder intent. Emails from her are explicit indicating that she needs money for the rent. Police indicated that if I don't present charges, they will prosecute me for something like prostitute solicitation. I never engaged in this activity with this woman. Do I am protected under the fifth (already gave the police her phone number and the knife she used). Do I need a lawyer immediately or I need to wait to see if the police finds her and I need to testify.