Texas laws about minors dating
A typical defendant will argue by saying, “I never touched her, so why am I being charged?” A defendant is essentially charged for the simple act of communicating in a certain way with a minor.
While most individuals use their mobile phones to call friends and send work emails, some also use these devices for sexual purposes. (k) For the purposes of this section, "due diligence" includes requesting proof of identity and age described by Section 2.005(b) or a copy of the court order removing disabilities of minority.(l) If proof of identity and age cannot be provided, the physician shall provide information on how to obtain proof of identity and age.