Most sex crimes committed over the internet fall into another type of sex crime as well. Many different interactions online are criminal such as viewing and distributing child pornography, soliciting a child under the age of 16 and having inappropriate contact, such as sending graphic photos to an underage or non-consenting person.
If you have been charged with an internet sex crime, it is important to get legal representation to fight for your rights. You could possibly be facing life in prison, along with serious fines. You need solid representation who can work for you.
Chavers & Guhl LLP has tried more than 130 criminal jury trial cases and has a history of working to get results. As former prosecutors we can better work with you to protect your freedoms.
Contact our offices today for your initial case evaluation and we can get to work defending you.