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Internet luring of a child is committed when an adult communicates over a computer or network (email, text message, online chat room, etc.) to a minor he or she knows or believes to be under 15. Depending on the nature of a suggested meeting, the charge can escalate to one with intent, which carries more severe penalties.
When making a charge of Internet luring, the prosecution will look at several variables, including:
In these cases the prosecution must prove that the communication was made via electronic media. It must also be explicitly shown or indicated that the victim was under 15. Like with other Colorado sex crimes, an Internet luring charge carries with it significant penalties.
For more than 30 years of work as an attorney I have dedicated myself to complex criminal defense cases on both the state and federal levels. In my defense of Internet luring charges, I can bring my technological skill and reach out to experts to undertake the intensive research and discovery that defense requires.
If you or a loved one has been accused of one of these charges, I encourage you to reach out as soon as possible so that I can secure all possible evidence and begin putting up the strongest defense possible.
To schedule a free confidential consultation with Denver Internet luring defense lawyer David Lindsey, call (303) 228-2270 or email David Lindsey, Attorney at Law.