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The reason he showed up at the meeting site, was out of curiosity about this person.
In an attempt to have the charge thrown out, 3rd District Judge Stephen Henroid ruled that it didn't matter that Gallegos showed up at the meeting site and that the crime was completed over the Internet.
That issue was the subject of lively debate among justices of the Utah Supreme Court on Wednesday.
At issue is whether or not Utah's Internet Enticement statute is unconstitutional by saying a person engaged in sexual speech over the Internet need only believe they are chatting with a minor in order to be convicted. justice system a person is considered innocent until the state can prove their guilt.
"It is the solicitation, the inducement, the allure.
That's what is prohibited," said Assistant Utah Attorney General Jeffrey Gray.
Justice Matthew Durrant said he wondered if the case depended on whether or not Gallegos believed this was a minor.During oral arguments Wednesday, justices differed as to whether Gallegos' conversation could convict him."He definitely did more than just chat," said Chief Justice Christine Durham.James Gallegos, of Clearfield, was charged and convicted by a jury of enticing a 13-year-old girl over the Internet. In actuality, the 13-year-old was an adult agent with the Utah Attorney General's Internet Crimes Against Children task force.According to court documents, Gallegos chatted with the agent on two occasions in 2006.