October 14, 2009 By Stephen Klarich

The government has issued grants to police agencies in southern California to help seek out potential child molesters. The police pose as minors on the internet and in chat rooms and strike up conversations with unsuspecting persons looking for romance or intimacy on the internet. Dateline NBC had recently done a special on these new arrests happening throughout the southland.  The sting operation has netted hundreds of arrests of people who communicated with persons they thought were real people. In reality, they were police who induce you to meet them at a certain location. When the suspect arrives, they are arrested and charged with 664-288 (attempted child molestation) and 288.4 (internet solicitation of minors). Do not be fooled. Be careful who you talk too. California law prohibits communication with minors on the internet that include sexual content or sexual solicitation (288.4 California Penal Code).

At the law firm of Wallin & Klarich, we have been defending persons charged with this crime ever since the law passed. We know what it takes to win your case and avoid the extreme punishment of conviction such as registration as a sex offender and prison terms.

If you or someone you know has been accused of a Sex Crime in California, they need the legal counsel and representation of an experienced California Sex Crime defense attorney who will help get charges reduced or dismissed altogether. Wallin & Klarich has been aggressively defending the constitutional rights those accused of crimes in California for over 30 years. With offices throughout the state of California, our lawyers can provide you efficient assistance. Call us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, at (877) 466-5245.

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