Charges Involving The Solicitation Of A Minor

Oklahoma Sting Operations: What You Need To Know

The state of Oklahoma has become increasingly proactive in their investigations into potential sex crimes against children.

Working with the Oklahoma Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force, local law enforcement agencies have launched numerous sting operations to catch alleged predators who are targeting minors on Craigslist, mobile apps and other platforms.

Similar operations have occurred in Canadian County, Oklahoma County and Cleveland County, to name a few.

Understanding Sting Operations

In these operations, an adult police officer will typically pose as a minor online, attempting to catch someone in the act of soliciting sex from a minor.

The prosecution will present transcripts of chats, copies of emails and other online correspondence and make it seem as though this evidence is bulletproof.

However, that is not necessarily the case. A skilled attorney understands that these things cannot be taken at face value.

A Skilled Defense Team To Question The Evidence Against You

At the Swain Law Group, our team of criminal defense attorneys based in Norman, OK (and with offices El Reno, OK and Marietta, OK) know how to deal with evidence often used in these cases. We are here to examine the so-called "bulletproof" evidence and ask tough questions like:

  • What was stated implicitly in the correspondence?
  • Is there evidence that the accused actually sent the messages?
  • Is it possible someone else used the computer?
  • Are all the messages accounted for, or are some now "missing?"

Charges involving the solicitation of a minor are not just any criminal charge. Your reputation is on the line and we are here to protect it. You can be confident in our ability to represent you and create a strong defense strategy.

Through negotiation or trial, we will work hard to achieve positive results.

Reach Out To Us For Help Today. Free Consultations.

We invite you to contact us if you have been charged or are being investigated for sex offenses relating to the solicitation of minors.

Call 405-546-1292 or send an email. We are prepared to take immediate action to protect your rights.