Adult chatrooms in baltimore maryland
Several of our attorneys, formerly serving as Assistant United States Attorneys, were on the forefront of prosecution internet fraud related crimes, internet pornography crimes, and other internet crimes in Maryland and abroad.This experience has made the internet crimes lawyers at Silverman Thompson Slutkin White sought after for defense of internet crimes in Maryland and Federal Courts nationwide.
As a Maryland Criminal Attorney, I often represent people charged with Internet crimes such as solicitation of a minor for the purpose of engaging in sexual activity.In November of last year he was in an adult chat room when a Baltimore County Police detective posing as a 13 year old girl struck up a chat with him.My first question upon reading this was, if the detective was really looking for child predators, what was he doing in an adult chat room in the first place?The second question is, was the defendant’s criminal conduct due to his own readiness and not due to the persuasion of the police; that is did he have a predisposition to commit the offense?Although the burden is on the state to establish this predisposition, there is nothing in that chat that would indicate that the police persuaded him to commit the offense.We invite you to contact us or call our office at (410) 385-2225 or 1-800-385-2243 for a complimentary consultation to see how we can make a difference for you.
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As I said at the beginning of this blog, my first thought upon reading cases similar to this was that the defenses of impossibility and/or entrapment may apply.
The defense of entrapment is essentially a two question analysis: The first question is did the police directly or indirectly induce the defendant to commit the offense which, in my opinion, the police arguably did here given that the detective “approached” the defendant in an adult chat room and there is no evidence that the defendant was looking for children.
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