Saturday, February 7, 2015

What happens when a 14 y/o boy sends webcam pics of his penis to a 16 y/o girl? ~ AVVO Best Answer ~ Call Michael A. Haber, Esq., @ **ARRESTED

Q:     I woke up this morning and found out from my friend who is a 16 year old girl that she has been "violated." She says my other friend (who is a 14, almost 15 year old boy) has been showing her his penis over webcam just for her "reaction." She wasn't really forced but had no knowledge that he would actually do that. Is that a sexual offence? 





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Answered Yes. He could get in trouble - serious trouble - for exposing himself (even electronically) to a minor.

Your friend should consider discussing this with her parents and then determining the proper course of action. Perhaps they could speak with the boy's parents and try to deal with this without involving the criminal justice system. Once they call the cops then that cat will never be put back in the bag and the boy could have a lifelong problem - one which may (I say "may" because I do not know either the folks or the circumstances) be avoidable by keeping it within the families. On the other hand maybe involving the system is the prudent thing to do. Either way I'd definitely talk to mom and dad before anyone makes any decisions on their own. Again, once the cops are called it will be an ugly ride for everyone.  DCF will be hot on the cop's tails and everyone (the teens, any siblings, both sets of parents, etc) will be forced - regardless of their after-the-call wishes - to deal with a brutal, intolerant and relentless "system".

That's my food for thought and I hope that I have been helpful in answering your question.
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Posted about 16 hours ago.
Thank you! It has already been sorted out and thank you for the quick and informational reply.
Michael Adam Haber
Michael Adam Haber, Criminal Defense Attorney - Miami, FL
Posted less than a minute ago.
You are most welcome, and thank you for the positive feedback.

Wishing both families the best!

Fondly, MAH/Esq.


Since 1991 Michael A. Haber, P.A. has been creatively, effectively and zealously representing clients, both juvenile and adult, in both State and Federal Courts, in criminal cases ranging from DUI to drug trafficking and from misdemeanors to first degree murder.


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