Texas Internet Sex Crimes Lawyer
It's called entrapment. It is not legal for police to set up a fake chat room online, with the intent of enticing adults into soliciting a minor for prostitution. If you were charged with an Internet sex crime because of a sting operation, we are ready to fight vigorously to protect your rights and your future.
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The Law Offices of Jed Silverman is recognized as one of the leading criminal defense law firms in Texas for defending the rights of individuals charged with Internet solicitation and other Web sex crimes. Attorney Jed Silverman has earned awards among peers for integrity, dedication and his commitment to doing everything possible to help clients get their charges dismissed or reduced to a non-sexual offense, when possible.
We understand the issues involved in crimes related to the Internet. We also work with a team of independent professionals to investigate the evidence and prepare the strongest case possible. We know that the Internet is still a confusing world for many people. We prepare the evidence thoroughly and present your case in such a way that the judge and jury will understand the facts.
Staying Out of Jail
Texas courts offer opportunities for people charged with sex crimes to avoid prosecution and conviction by participating in an education and awareness program. We know which programs the prosecutors are likely to accept as an alternative to jail. Upon successful completion of a diversion program, charges are typically dismissed.
We aggressively defend the rights and freedom of people accused of all types of sex crimes, including:
- Internet sex crimes, Online solicitation of a prostitute
- Child pornography, chat room solicitation of a minor
- Sexual assault, rape, statutory rape
- Indecent exposure, public lewdness
- Prostitution and solicitation
Houston online solicitation lawyer Jed Silverman represents clients in courts throughout Texas. Right now, you need an experienced lawyer to protect your rights and your future. Start by calling us at (713) 226-8800 or contact us by e-mail right away.Click Here For A Free Case Evaluation