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In many Internet Luring of a Child cases in Denver, Adams County and across Colorado, people are charged as a result of police sting operations. During these sting operations, police officers pose as young children or teens online when chatting with an older adult. According to one news story, this was the case for a former school board president in Adams County, Colorado. He was arrested for Internet Luring of a Child after allegedly communicating online with an undercover officer, who he thought was a 12-year-old girl. Apparently, the former school board president posted a Craigslist ad titled “Daddy Daughter Role Play” and engaged in sexual conversation with a pretend child who responded to the ad. He later agreed to meet the pretend child at an Arby's, and stopped to buy condoms at the grocery store prior to the meeting. In Denver and Adams County, the former school board president would likely face charges of Internet Luring of a Child, C.R.S. 18-3-306. If you or someone you love is facing Internet Luring of a Child charges, contact an Adams County Internet Luring of a Child attorney at the O'Malley Law Office at 303-830-0880.
What is the Definition of Internet Luring of a Child in Jefferson and Douglas County?
Internet Luring of a Child, C.R.S. 18-3-306, is committed in Jefferson and Douglas County when a person communicates over the computer or phone with a person they know or believe is under the age of 15. In their communication with them, they must also describe explicit sexual conduct and, in connection with that description, try to persuade or invite the person to meet them for any purpose. The person communicating with the child must also be more than four years older than the child or older than they believe the child to be. Since the ex-school board president was alleged to have been communicating online with a child, who he thought was 12 years old, and since he offered to meet for sexual purposes, he would be charged with Internet Luring of a Child.
Arapahoe County and Adams County Internet Luring of a Child Attorney: Internet Luring Charges Can Change Your Life Forever
Internet Luring of a Child charges in Arapahoe County can change the life of the accused forever. Internet Luring of a Child charges carry the risk of an indeterminate sentence in prison, sex offender registration, and even the inability to see your own family. If police show up at your house wanting to talk with you about possible Internet Luring of a Child charges, politely refuse. Anything you talk to them about will be used against you. Next, be sure you have an aggressive defense to your Internet Luring of a Child charges. Contact the criminal defense attorneys at the O'Malley Law Office today.
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