Internet Sex Crime Lawyers Defending Clients Throughout Massachusetts
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While using the Internet to communicate with others, it can be easy to unwittingly stumble into committing an online sex crime. You could be arrested and charged with a felony without even understanding what you did. If convicted, you could be sent to prison for a long time and be forced to register as a sex offender for the rest of your life. The stakes are obviously very high.
Your only fair chance of a successful resolution is to contact an experienced Boston criminal defense attorney as soon as possible — if possible, as soon as you learn you are under investigation for an Internet sex crime. Attorney David Yannetti of the Yannetti Criminal Defense Law Firm understands how to meet the challenge of defending clients against Internet-related sex charges. Mr. Yannetti is a former prosecutor who is well familiar with prosecutors’ strategies for getting convictions. He will use this knowledge and his courtroom skills to protect your rights as a defendant and fight for your freedom.
Contact us online today to schedule a free, confidential phone consultation with one of our criminal defense lawyers about your case.
Sex Crimes And The Internet
While sexual contact between two people over the Internet is impossible, there are laws that prohibit certain actions as forms of sexual misconduct. Here are some examples of internet sex crimes we at Yannetti Criminal Defense Law Firm have handled:
- Sexting with a minor
- Possessing or sharing child pornography
- Theft of private photos and videos
- Extorting sexually explicit photos, especially from a minor
- Soliciting or advertising prostitution online
- “Revenge porn,” or sharing explicit images of a former sexual partner
Cases involving the internet or social media can be complex and technical, requiring careful examination of the evidence by experts. We will do everything possible to establish an effective defense strategy on your behalf, then pursue a dismissal, acquittal or reduction in charges.