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Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Lawyer Sentenced in Attempted Sex with Seven-Year-Old

Lawyer sentenced to prison for attempted sex with minor
CBS-ATLANTA by Jennifer Banks - November 29, 2011

ATLANTA (CBS ATLANTA) - A 58-year-old New Jersey man was sentenced Tuesday in federal court to serve 12 years in federal prison for attempting to entice a minor to have sex with him. Tobin Nilsen who is a solo-practitioner lawyer, met a woman online and convinced her to let him have sexual access to her daughter. The woman Nilsen was speaking with was an undercover FBI agent. Nilsen was arrested in New Jersey after having purchased a ticket to fly to Atlanta to be with the young girl. According to police, Nilsen met the woman in an online chat room entitled "ChildSlaveSex." Nilsen explained to the agent that he was interested in introducing her daughter to the world of sexual exploration, according to reports. Nilsen was extradited to Georgia and pleaded guilty in September 2011.

-----FBI PRESS RELEASE:

New Jersey Lawyer Sentenced to 12 Years in Prison for Attempted Sex with Minor
Defendant Sought Sexual Rendezvous with 7-Year-Old Daughter of Online Paramour
U.S. Attorney’s Office  -  November 29, 2011  -  Northern District of Georgia  -   (404) 581-6000

ATLANTA, GA—TOBIN NILSEN, 58, of Buena, New Jersey, was sentenced today in federal court to serve 12 years in federal prison for attempting to entice a minor to have sex with him. NILSEN, a solo-practitioner lawyer, met a woman online and convinced her to let him have sexual access to her daughter, unaware that this woman was an undercover FBI agent. NILSEN was arrested in New Jersey after having purchased a ticket to fly to Atlanta to be with the young girl.  “This defendant provides another stark example of how pedophiles’ use of the Internet emboldens them to step from behind their computers and act on their impulses. It also shows how the Internet expands child predators’ universe of victims far beyond their local community. This defendant made concrete plans to fly nearly a thousand miles to sexually abuse a little girl,” said United States Attorney Sally Quillian Yates.  According to United States Attorney Yates, the charges, and other information presented in court: In May 2010, NILSEN met an undercover FBI agent in an online chatroom entitled “ChildSlaveSex.” The agent was posing as the mother of a 7-year-old girl. NILSEN explained to the agent that he was interested in introducing the agent’s “daughter” to the world of sexual exploration. For several weeks, NILSEN explained to the agent how to groom her daughter for their eventual sexual encounter. This process included exposing the daughter to images of child pornography that NILSEN instructed the agent to download from the Internet.  After NILSEN revealed his true identity to the agent and spoke with her on the phone to confirm that she was a real female and mother, he purchased a ticket to fly from New Jersey to Atlanta so he could have sex with the agent’s daughter. Several days before his flight, in June 2010, NILSEN was arrested in Bergen County, New Jersey, by local authorities when he sought to meet with another minor female as part of a local law enforcement investigation in that jurisdiction.  NILSEN was extradited to Georgia and pleaded guilty in September 2011. District Court Judge Julie E. Carnes sentenced NILSEN today to 12 years in prison, to be followed by a lifetime of supervised release. NILSEN will be required to register as a sex offender upon his release from custody.  This case was investigated by special agents and task force agents of the FBI, as well as officers from the Sandy Springs (Georgia) and Bergen County (New Jersey) Police Departments.  Assistant United States Attorney Robert McBurney prosecuted the case.  For further information, please contact Sally Q. Yates, United States Attorney, or Charysse L. Alexander, Executive Assistant United States Attorney, through Patrick Crosby, Public Affairs Officer, U.S. Attorney’s Office, at 404-581-6016. The Internet address for the HomePage for the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of Georgia is www.justice.gov/usao/gan.

-----BACKGROUND STORY:

Ex-school trustee charged in Bergen County in alleged child sex case
The Bergen Record by William Lamb - June 16, 2010

A former board member from Atlantic County has been arrested on charges of driving to Bergen County for what he believed would be a sexual encounter with a 6-year-old girl, authorities say. Tobin G. Nilsen, 57, a self-employed attorney from Buena, arranged the encounter over the Internet with an undercover detective posing as the fictional girl’s mother, John L. Molinelli, the Bergen County prosecutor, said Wednesday. He was taken into custody at an undisclosed location in Bergen County on Tuesday, Molinelli said. Nilsen, a father of four, served three years on the board of the Buena Regional School District, losing a reelection bid in 2005, according to reports in The Press of Atlantic City. He was charged with attempting to endanger the welfare of a minor, attempted aggravated assault and luring. He was being held at the Bergen County Jail in Hackensack on Wednesday with bail set at $100,000.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Another OFFICER OF THE COURT making the legal profession look like a bunch of scum. Lovely.

Anonymous said...

Nothing here about him losing his license to practice law. Maybe he'll just move his office to his new residence.

It's interesting that all these colleges which are dealing with pedophiles, the first thing they are doing is suspending them, yet if you're attorney, even convicted of a crime, you can just keep on practicing. Why is alright for an attorney to violate his ethics and legal obligations and not be held accountable?

Anonymous said...

Typical NY/NJ metro lawyer just trying have his needs satisfied.

Anonymous said...

This shows everyone just how sick these lawyers are and being the criminal liar that he is want to bet that this bastard denied everything until he cut a DEAL

Anonymous said...

He and all his brothers should be CUT ....... MAKE HIM A EUNUCH

Judicial Accountabilty in NYS-Nicky Wells said...

Theres a nys court clerk upstate just outside of albany who would talk but hes scared especially about my friends case...weve tried to and begged him too and he wont

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