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Coercion and Enticement Attorneys

The laws surrounding federal sex crime cases are extremely complex. These cases require the assistance of an experienced and skilled federal sex crime law firm to combat criminal charges and avoid the harsh penalties that often accompany a conviction. If you or a loved one is facing coercion and enticement charges, it’s crucial to contact a skilled defense attorney early on in the case. The more time your lawyer has to conduct his or her own investigation into the specifics of the case and prep your defense, the better your chances are of receiving a favorable outcome.

What are Coercion and Enticement Charges?

Coercion and enticement charges are unique, because typically the act of persuading someone is not against the law. In cases related to sex crimes, however, you can face charges no matter how small of part you allegedly played. Because of the nuances of this offense, it’s common for innocent individuals to face coercion and enticement charges. If you feel like you are being unjustly targeted, don’t assume that investigators will uncover the truth. Reach out to the Grabel & Associates team today and start developing your defense.

Coercion and enticement is illegal at the federal level. That means that you could potentially be charged in either jurisdiction, depending on the details of your case. Section 2422(a) of Title 18 states that it is illegal for an individual to knowingly persuade, entice, induce, or coerce anyone else to travel within the United States or in foreign commerce with the intent of taking part in prostitution or any other kind of criminal sexual conduct. It is also against the law to attempt to persuade, induce, entice, or coerce a person into traveling for the purpose of engaging in criminal sexual activity. If you are convicted of coercion and enticement, you could face life-altering penalties, such as imprisonment for up to 10 years, a fine, or both. If the individual you enticed or attempted to entice is under the legal age of 18, the punishments increase. You may be up against 15 years in prison, a fine, or both.

Helping to Avoid Harsh Federal Sex Crime Penalties

Besides helping you avoid excessively harsh penalties, your defense attorney will also help you fight back against registration as a sex offender. This can be extremely damaging to your reputation, making it difficult to obtain employment or even housing after your case is wrapped up. The Grabel & Associates team has been working on sex crime cases for over 15 years and understands what it takes to be successful in and out of court. We’ll fight to keep things under wraps when possible, shielding you for the negative impact that accusations or convictions can cause. If you need help battling against wrongful coercion and enticement charges, give us a call today. We’re available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to answer your questions and get your on track to receive favorable results.

Our Commitment to Our Clients

The Grabel & Associates team is committed to providing clients with unrivaled legal advice and defense. If you’ve been accused of involvement in a sex crime and are under investigation, pick up the phone and call us now. We understand the ins and outs of criminal defense in Michigan and will commit ample time and attention to your case, ensuring you have a fair shot at justice.

We’ll carefully review every detail of your unique situation and derive a customized defense strategy. Since this crime hinges on intent, we’ll help demonstrate that you did not commit the offense you have been accused of.

Contact Us 24/7

Police and federal agents can be intimidating. We understand that it’s easy to be rattled when one or more shows up at your front door and starts questioning you. That’s why it’s important to partner with a defense lawyer as soon as possible. He or she will walk you through the investigation process, step by step, ensuring you do not wrongfully incriminate yourself. If you’re facing coercion and enticement charges, pick up the phone and dial 1-800-883-2138 today. We’re willing to step in at any stage of your case and will aggressively battle on your behalf.

Client Reviews

Great lawyer he went into court and ripped the girl trying to lie on me a new one. He fot me off on all charges and with out him i would be in prision. Thank you so much i will definitely keep your number and pass it on to any one in trouble and keep it for future incase i ever have to go back to court K. J.
Just starting the case. Scott Grabel is a very down to earth kind of guy. He doesn't rush you and answers your questions very thoroughly. Scott and Tim Doman return calls quickly. We're still early but I will post an update throughout our process. D. J.
Great job Tim, Scott, Daniel very aggressive and knowledgeable They always call you back if you have questions even after hours the best outcome I could've hoped for thanks again R. E.