Effective Defense Against Child Solicitation Charges

Soliciting a minor online is a serious criminal offense. If you are being investigated for or have been charged with solicitation of a minor, it is important to retain experienced criminal defense as soon as possible.

At the Law Offices of Barry Resnick, we understand how aggressively prosecutors pursue cases against alleged sex offenders. With that in mind, we build the most effective defense possible on behalf of clients, exploring all defense options in a particular case.

Call 248-419-1035 or 888-680-3887 to arrange a free initial consultation. From our office in Farmington Hills, we represent clients throughout metro Detroit and across southeast Michigan.

Exploring Your Defense Options

Attorney Barry Resnick has more than 40 years of criminal law experience, working previously as a Wayne County prosecutor and now as a criminal defense attorney. If you are facing charges of solicitation of a minor for immoral purposes, our firm will build the most effective defense possible:

  • We will attempt to get all copies of communications to determine if entrapment or any similar issue occurred. Our firm works with computer experts who analyze computer files and other technology.
  • Even if suspicious information is found on your computer — or if you were allegedly caught engaging in an online chat — you may have had nothing to do with the activity in question. Other people may have had access to your computer. The prosecution will have to prove that you were directly involved in the alleged illegal activity.

Our firm has been successful in these types of cases, having obtained numerous dismissals and reduction of charges on behalf of clients. We will help you determine your best defense option to avoid the negative consequences associated with a conviction: fines, probation and the possibility of sex offender registration.

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