Corruption of Minors

When you are just accused of  corruption of minors in Pennsylvania, you need to take immediate action to protect your life:  your reputation at home and at work;  your liberty; and your future.  Learn more about the Pennsylvania laws regarding Corruption of minors below.   When the threat of prosecution for corruption of minors is real, you need to look for best options and find a top Pennsylvania sex crimes legal team to fight for you.  

The moment you are accused of corruption of minors in Pennsylvania is the moment that you need to reach out to an experienced Pennsylvania Sex Crimes Criminal Defense Team.  It is only natural you are looking for the best options; the best strategies and the best outcome.   The best way for finding the right attorney for you is to speak with them and making the decision for yourself.  Before you say one word; contact our team.  

We are skilled criminal defense attorneys in Pennsylvania and experienced in handling the most serious sex crimes and violent crimes cases.  Our job is to protect you, contest the evidence, contest the legality of any alleged admissions or search and seizure, protect your right to remain silent, and put the burden on the Commonwealth to prove their allegations.  Look to Lee Ciccarelli and his team of experienced, aggressive criminal defense lawyers to fight for you when it matters.   Contact us today 24/7 by email or toll free at (877) 529-2422 or (610) 925-2500.  

§ 6301.  Corruption of minors.
 (a)  Offense defined.
 (1)  Whoever, being of the age of 18 years and upwards, by any act corrupts or tends to corrupt the morals of any minor less than 18 years of age, or who aids, abets, entices  or encourages any such minor in the commission of any crime,
 or who knowingly assists or encourages such minor in violating his or her parole or any order of court, commits a misdemeanor of the first degree.   (2)  Any person who knowingly aids, abets, entices or encourages a minor younger than 18 years of age to commit truancy commits a summary offense. Any person who violates  this paragraph within one year of the date of a first  conviction under this section commits a misdemeanor of the third degree. A conviction under this paragraph shall not,
however, constitute a prohibition under section 6105  (relating to persons not to possess, use, manufacture, control, sell or transfer firearms).
(b)  Adjudication of delinquency unnecessary.–A conviction under the provisions of this section may be had whether or not the jurisdiction of any juvenile court has attached or shall thereafter attach to such minor or whether or not such minor has been adjudicated a delinquent or shall thereafter be adjudicated a delinquent.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       (c)  Presumptions.–In trials and hearings upon charges of  violating the provisions of this section, knowledge of the minor’s age and of the court’s orders and decrees concerning such minor shall be presumed in the absence of proof to the      contrary.
(d)  Mistake as to age.
 (1)  Whenever in this section the criminality of conduct depends upon the corruption of a minor whose actual age is  under 16 years, it is no defense that the actor did not know the age of the minor or reasonably believed the minor to be older than 18 years.  
(2)  Whenever in this section the criminality of conduct depends upon the corruption of a minor whose actual age is 16 years or more but less than 18 years, it is a defense for the actor to prove by a preponderance of the evidence that he reasonably believed the minor to be 18 years or older.  

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We defend the accused and their families throughout Pennsylvania including but not limited to:  Allentown, Altoona,  Bethlehem, Bloomsburg, Carlisle, Chambersburg, Coudersport, Danville, Downingtown, Doylestown, Dubois, Easton, East Stroudsburg, Gettysburg, Harrisburg, Hazleton, Hershey, Johnstown, Lancaster, Lebanon, Lehighton, Levittown, Lewisburg, Lewistown, Lock Haven,  Media, Middleburg, Norristown, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Pottstown, Pottsville, Reading, Selinsgrove, Scranton, Somerset, Springfield, State College, Sunbury, Towanda, Upper Darby, Wellsboro, West Chester, Willow Grove, Wilkes-Barre, Williamsport and York.  Our Philadelphia Center City location is:  Two Penn Center Plaza, Suite 200, Philadelphia, PA  and we make ourselves available to meet with you locally throughout Pennsylvania.  Our business and mailing address is 135 East State Street, Kennett Square PA 19348 in Chester County Pennsylvania. 

When you have been accused of corruption of minors in Pennsylvania, you need justice; and you need a top criminal defense lawyer with years of experience winning the tough cases:  contact the Ciccarelli Lawyers Criminal defense team today.  Contact us 24/7 at (877) 529-2422 or (610) 925-2500.