Charged with Travelling to Meet a Minor? Don’t hesitate – contact a Fort Myers and Sarasota Criminal Defense Lawyer from Viacava & Cantor to defend you on your Travelling to Meet a Minor case in Fort Myers, Naples, Cape Coral, Port Charlotte or Punta Gorda. Travelling to Meet a Minor is a serious felony charge and you want an experienced Fort Myers and Sarasota Criminal Defense Attorney who is passionate about the practice of Criminal Defense on your side. While the facts of each case are different if you were arrested as part of a undercover government sex sting you very well may have an entrapment defense available to you. Entrapment is an affirmative defense meaning even if you did what the government is accusing you of doing you are not guilty of the crime because you were entrapped into committing it. A person is entrapped if they were induced to commit a crime that they were not predisposed to commit. Entrapment is a very complicated defense and if you would like to learn more about entrapment and whether it pertains to your individual case contact a Fort Myers and Sarasota Criminal Defense Lawyer from Viacava & Cantor to schedule a free consultation.
Travelling to Meet a Minor is essentially travelling any distance to meet with a minor or a person believed by you to be a minor for the purpose of engaging with them sexually. Travelling to Meet a Minor is a second degree felony. Second degree felonies are punishable by a maximum amount of fifteen years in prison.
The lawyers at the Fort Myers and Sarasota based Criminal Defense Law Firm of Viacava & Cantor handle DUI cases throughout the State of Florida. The Criminal Defense Law Firm of Viacava & Cantor is located in Fort Myers and Sarasota with close and convenient access to all other areas in Southwest Florida including Fort Myers, Sarasota, Bradenton, Naples, Cape Coral, Port Charlotte, Punta Gorda, Fort Myers Beach, Sanibel, Captiva and Marco Island. Call a lawyer from Viacava & Cantor at 239-672-8934 (Fort Myers) or 941-388-7810 (Sarasota) for a free consultation to discuss the specific facts of your case.