A person is guilty of enticement when he or she solicits, entices, or takes any child under the age of sixteen (16) years to any place whatsoever for the purpose of child molestation or some indecent act. Enticement of a Child for an Indecent Purpose in most cases is a felony punishable by ten (10) to thirty (30) years in prison. In addition, convictions of this offense require a person to register as a sex offender. You need an experienced, aggressive Atlanta criminal lawyer to represent you.

In some enticement cases, it may be possible to show that the accused is suffering from some mental defect that affects the ability to distinguish between right and wrong. Depending on your specific case, other defenses may be available as well. Whatever your situation, Atlanta criminal attorney Andrew B. Margolis and The Margolis Legal Group, P.C. can help.