In that I am new to prosecution, I am looking for input on the type of evidence which would be sufficient to prove this section.
(c) A person may not be convicted under this section on the uncorroborated testimony of the minor allegedly solicited unless the solicitation is made under circumstances strongly corroborative of both the solicitation itself and the actor's intent that the minor act on the solicitation.
Take a look at Lumsden v. State, 564 S.W.3d 858 and Hernandez v. State, 327 S.W.3d 100. They both analyze the requirement that the victim's statements alone are insufficient and lay out the legal test.
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