Lawyers Handling Complex Internet Crime Charges
The Internet is never a private place. Everything we do on the Internet is traceable or documented in some fashion. In some instances, simply visiting certain types of sites, such as file sharing sites can expose a person to scrutiny from state and federal law enforcement agencies. Federal agencies monitor Internet traffic and pass on tips to local and state law enforcement for action.
Given the fact that many of us have unsecured Wi-Fi in our homes or common computers that any guest can use, it is all too easy to imagine a scenario where law enforcement is investigating or charging someone with having committed an Internet crime who is completely innocent.
The moment you become aware that you are the subject of an investigation related to Internet crimes, you need to take action to protect yourself. The consequences of a sex crimes conviction cannot be overstated. You need to take all available action to defend your rights and your reputation.
Decades Of Experience Defending Our Clients’ Rights
At Brown Paindiris & Scott, our attorneys are highly skilled at creating the strongest defense against devastating criminal charges. We know the impact that a criminal conviction, especially a sex crime conviction will have on the rest of a person’s life, including having to register as a sex offender. Our attorneys have decades of experience protecting the rights of people who have found themselves in the cross-hairs of a state or federal investigation or prosecution. The quality of the defense we provide has been recognized in our earning an AV* Preeminent rating from Martindale-Hubbell, the highest available rating.
Our firm offers experienced defense against all manner of Internet-related criminal charges including:
- Child pornography (possession, receipt and distribution)
- Internet solicitation of a minor
- Threatening on social media (bullying)