Minor Solicitation Richmond Lawyers Virginia Criminal Code 18.2-374.3

Defendant’s claim that law used to convict him, using a communications system to solicit a person he knew, or had reason to believe, was a minor, for certain sexual offenses, in violation of Va. Code Ann. § 18.2-374.3(B), was facially overbroad was rejected; First Amendment did not bar laws prohibiting crimes, including sex solicitation of minors.

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Minor Solicitation Richmond Lawyers

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