Friday, October 13, 2006

Police Crack Down on Predators But Judges Let Them Walk 

It's a whole web of problematic liberal/lenient attitudes regarding predators.

CONCORD – Nashua and area police departments are cracking down on the use of the Internet to lure children to have sex, but judges are generally handing out brief terms in jail, county and state prosecutors said.

The crime of soliciting sex via the Internet is a Class B felony that can carry a term of 3½ to 7 years in state prison.

But Hillsborough County Attorney Marguerite Wageling said in nearly all cases, judges sentence offenders to a few months in the county jail.


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