Houston Internet Sex Crime Attorney
Under investigation for internet sex crimes in Fort Bend County?
Thousands and thousands of people use the internet every single day at
work, at home, and as a means of communication and a form of entertainment.
A lot of people assume that they are safely hidden behind the screen of
the computer and that their actions will remain anonymous; however, this
is not true. When you use a computer, phone, hand-held device or other
means to access the internet, you are creating a record and a pattern
that some law enforcement officials can trace back to your identity. Internet
sex crimes are not anonymous either and if you are accused of committing
any act on the internet, you could potentially be arrested and charged
with a cybercrime. Internet crimes may include
child pornography, sexting, lurking, enticing or suggesting sexual interaction and sending
or receiving sexually explicit content from another person. These crimes
are very serious and if you are arrested, you need to
contact Stornello Law Firm, P.C.
Online solicitation for a sexual act or charges of internet
sex crimes can lead to a criminal charge and could potentially cost you your freedoms.
Sexual offenders are seen as nuisances in the community, and prosecutors
work hard to ensure that you receive the maximum penalties available.
If you are convicted of an internet sex crime, you could be facing prison
time, fines, restitution and restraining orders as well as be forced to
register yourself as a convicted offender for the rest of your life. The
online sex offender registry is a public database that will provide information
regarding your conviction, where you live, and other personal information
such as name, age and defining characteristics like tattoos and scars.
The moment you are arrested and charged with this offense, you need to
retain aggressive representation from a Houston
Criminal Defense Attorney at Stornello Law Firm, P.C.
Were you charged with an internet crime?
Cybercrimes are becoming increasingly more common as the technology to
track offenders progresses; however, not all arrests and charges are accurate.
At Stornello Law Firm, P.C., we will thoroughly review your case and ensure
that your rights were never trampled on during your arrest or booking.
In some situations, people are wrongfully accused of a crime that they
did not actually commit or they were unaware that the actions they were
engaging in were actually illegal. Because there is often a lack of "hard"
evidence in these cases, the defense can be key in obtaining a dismissal
or reduction of charges. If you have been arrested, you need to immediately
contact Stornello Law Firm, P.C. and schedule a
free case evaluation with a trusted Houston criminal defense lawyer today!