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Attempted Lewd Act in California Does Not Require Physical Proximity

By Walin & Klarich

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To Be Convicted of Attempted Lewd Act Does Not Require You to Have Actually Entered the Room with a Minor Jeffrey MacKanin, a California Department of Justice special agent supervisor who oversaw a Federal and State task force investigating child exploitation crimes, posed online as a 13-year-old runaway girl named ?Hope?. On December 7, 2004 Arthur Crabtree, an attorney who sometimes acted as a ?Pro Tem Judge? and was once a city of Glendale Police Officer, contacted ?Hope? online. A series of contacts ensued between Crabtree and ?Hope? over an approximate six-week period which included various sexual references, such as that he bought ?Hope? a bikini, and that they would take a bubble-bath together. Crabtree ultimately sent ?Hope? a bus ticket and arranged for the two to meet at a Los Angeles Greyhound station...continue to full post

Full post as published by Southern California Criminal Defense Blog on February 14, 2009 (boomark / email).

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