Internet Sex Crimes

Akron Internet Sex Crimes Lawyer

Attorneys Defending Internet Sex Crime Accusations Akron, Ohio

Internet Sex Crimes are unique cases because there is usually an electronic trail of evidence and documentation available via IP address, chat rooms, or email history. However, this trail does not automatically prove guilt, because other people may have had access to your computer and email account.

We team up with computer forensic experts when necessary. We analyze all the evidence against you to determine it’s validity and if it was obtained legally. Any inconsistencies we find will not be able to be used against you.

Internet sex crimes are serious and can lead to jail time, mandatory registration as a sex offender, fines, and possibly a felony criminal record. In addition, you will have the humiliation of living as a “sex offender” which may effect employment and housing arrangements.

We handle all types of internet sex crimes including:

  • Child Pornography
  • Solicitation of a minor
  • Chat room sexual offenses
  • Web cam sexual offenses
  • Illegal distribution of pornography
  • Emailing inappropriate content

Our team of attorneys has handled numerous internet sex crime cases. We are familiar with the challenges involved and the strategies used to combat them. We work to devise the most favorable outcome for our clients, whether it is dismissal of charges, a plea bargain, or a negotiation with prosecutors for a less severe charge.

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Contact me today to discuss your case and we will provide a free consultation. All of the information we obtain is anonymous and kept strictly confidential. We are here to provide legal counsel and are committed to defending our clients rights and protecting their freedom.

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