Internet Sex Crime Attorneys in Atlanta
Protect Your Future with Ross & Pines
What can happen if you are convicted of an Internet sex crime such as solicitation or the possession and/or distribution of child pornography? Prison time. Fines. Registration as a sex offender. Essentially, the end of your life as you know it. Even the accusation of a sex crime can be enough to damage your reputation and make it difficult to find employment and maintain your status in the community. Whether you have been arrested, charged or are under investigation for an internet sex crime in Georgia, it is in your best interest to seek the advice of a knowledgeable criminal defense attorney.
At Ross & Pines, we will focus on challenging the evidence against you and securing an outcome that keeps you out of prison and off of the sex offender registry. We know how to defend people charged with sex crimes. In fact, two of our attorneys spent years prosecuting sex crimes. Now, those lawyers use their experience to successfully challenge evidentiary issues to press for the reduction or dismissal of charges and mount Constitutional challenges to Georgia's sex crimes laws.
If you have been accused of committing a sex crime or even if you are just under investigation, time is of the essence. Call Ross & Pines at (888) 838-4858 to schedule a free initial consultation.
File-sharing software can result in the unknowing transfer of illegal files such as child pornography to your hard drive. If there is a warrant out for the search of your computer, external hard drive or other equipment, you need to speak to an attorney as soon as possible. Do not make any statements to the police about who uses or has access to any computer in your house! In fact, do not make any statements without first consulting a lawyer.
In Georgia, it is legal to have consensual sex with a 16-year-old, but possession of a nude picture of the same person can result in child pornography charges. Possessing naked pictures of anyone under the age of 18 can result in prison time and registration on the sexual offender registry. If you have been sent unwanted pictures of anyone under 18, it is crucial to talk to an attorney about how to best handle the situation to avoid criminal charges. Whatever you do, do not send the pictures to anyone else as you can be charged with distributing child pornography. Other things to keep in mind are that you should not allow a police officer to search your phone; and even if a police officer has a warrant to take and search your phone, you should not make any statements or give out your password without first consulting a lawyer.
Act Quickly To Protect Your Rights. Call an Atlanta Criminal Lawyer!
It is crucial to act quickly if you are under investigation for a sex crime. Even having the charge on your record could create issues in the future with background checks and job opportunities. Do not speak to the police or answer any questions without speaking to a lawyer. Early intervention by an attorney could result in the avoidance of criminal charges.
You cannot afford to wait if you are facing internet sex crimes charges. Contact us today for a free consultation.