Internet Sex Crimes
For many people, the Internet has become an integral part of life, and it's easy to overlook the fact that the Internet is still a relatively new phenomenon. The laws regarding Internet sex crimes are also rather new. Often, people who are using the Internet are not aware that they are committing a crime. Some of the more common Internet sex crimes include:
Child pornography on the Internet (production, possession, and/or distribution)
Solicitation of a minor through a chat room
Attempted sexual contact with a minor
Web cam offenses
Endangering the welfare of a child
Stalking and related offenses
Individuals who are charged with an Internet sex crime and those who are under suspicion or investigation for committing an Internet sex crime need the advice and representation of attorneys experienced in both state and federal criminal defense. We have the knowledge, skills, and experience to help clients with Internet sex crime cases.
We have handled many such cases and have been able to get charges dropped, reduced, or revised for many individuals.
Laws in all 50 states as well as various federal laws include sections on Internet sex crimes, outlining severe criminal penalties that can include prison time, heavy fines, mandatory sex offender registration, and more.