Montgomery County is Definitely Different
I’ve had a report that prosecutors in Montgomery County want a defendant to plead guilty to online solicitation of a minor by communication under Section 33.021(b) of the Texas Penal Code (the “talking dirty to a minor” statute that was held unconstitutional a couple of weeks ago) and take two years in prison.
So what do they think will happen after the defendant pleads guilty and takes his time and comes back into court with a writ based on his lawyer’s ineffective assistance?
(Texas, not Maryland, in case you’re still wondering.)
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