What should I do if I am accused of online solicitation in Pennsylvania? VIDEO

If you're accused of online solicitation in Pennsylvania, you need to take the necessary precautions. You should not speak with the police, detectives, law enforcement. You should not provide if requested, any of your electronic devices to law enforcement, be it your cell phone, your computer, your laptop, whatever the case may be. As importantly, you need to engage with an experienced Pennsylvania sex crime's lawyer as soon as possible. Being accused of online solicitation of a minor, any offense of this nature is incredibly serious. It can affect your career, your employment, your professional license, your family.

You need to have somebody to guide you through the criminal process, to understand and navigate the criminal process. Working with your attorney, they'll be able to help you make the best-informed decisions moving forward. They'll help you gather and obtain evidence potential, anything that could help support or build your strongest possible defense. Having an experienced attorney in your corner from as early as possible is absolutely critical in light of what's at stake and you need to take this step from day one.

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