Internet & Sex Crimes

Being investigated for and/or charged with a sex crime can be a life-destroying situation. Beyond the criminal penalties you face — including prison time — you will be required to register as a sex offender if convicted, damaging your personal reputation and making life unbearable, whether in your efforts to keep your current employment and/or to find new employment, connecting with family and friends, and being involved and/or residing in your community. If you are facing sex crimes charges, it is crucial to seek the assistance of an accomplished San Diego criminal defense attorney.

Internet & Sex Crime Charges

We are rated “10” out of “10” as superb criminal defense attorneys and we represent individuals charged with sex crimes, including those involving the Internet. We are passionate about pursuing the best possible outcomes for our sex crime defense clients in cases involving allegations of:

  • possession of child pornography charges
  • adult and child molestation charges
  • sexual abuse charges
  • prostitution charges
  • date rape charges
  • online sex crime charges
  • indecent exposure charges
  • obscene conduct charges
  • public lewdness charges

These devastating sex crime and internet crime charges are often based on the statements of a single person with little corroborating evidence; the burden is on the government to prove their case beyond a reasonable doubt.

Our firm works with experienced private investigators who can help us prove your innocence or otherwise establish an effective defense and offense against all forms of Internet and sex crimes charges in San Diego. Our investigators seek to aggressively investigate the complaining party. The goal is to attack the credibility of the accuser by showing any ill-motives, etc.

We also use highly regarded and distinguished forensic psychologists as expert witnesses to question bias or dishonesty from the victim.

As your San Diego sex crime defense counsel, we seek to evaluate all of the physical and forensic evidence. We also strive to present a persuasive and compelling defense, such as consent (not force) or entrapment, and/or by presenting all of the mitigating facts. To learn more about mitigating factors in these cases, see our Sex Crimes page.

Internet Sex Crime Penalties

The punishment for Internet and sex crimes is based upon certain criteria, including the following:

  • The nature and severity of the crime
  • Overall criminal history
  • Whether you are currently on probation for a sex crime offense
  • If the defendant has completed the terms of a previous criminal sentence
  • The actual or potential harm to the public
  • The defendant’s age
  • The victim’s age and vulnerability
  • The defendant’s dependence on drugs or narcotics
  • The defendant’s psychiatric history
  • Evidence of rehabilitation

Contact Us

To avoid life-altering consequences such as prison, sex offender registration, the loss of your professional license, or issues regarding insurance as well as current and future employment, it is crucial to have a skilled and tough San Diego internet sex crime lawyer who knows the law and is on your side. If you are being investigated, have been arrested or charged with an Internet or any sex crime, it is in your best interest to contact us online or call us now  at 619-583-0350 to speak to a San Diego internet sex crime defense lawyer. We are available seven days a week, a minimum of 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Do not hesitate to contact us before posting bail.

The information you obtain at this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. You should consult a San Diego sex crime attorney for individual advice regarding your own situation.

 

Main Offices
8880 Rio San Diego Drive, Suite 800
San Diego, CA 92108-1642
Telephone: 619-583-0350
Fax: 619-583-1850

Banker’s Hill Associate Office
1901 First Avenue, Suite 138
San Diego, CA 92101

Downtown Associate Office
Of Counsel – Bill O’Connell, Esq. 
110 West C Street, Suite 1300
San Diego, CA 92101-3978

Associates available 24/7.
Call (619) 583-0350 or send us an e-mail.

The information you obtain at this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. You should consult an attorney for individual advice regarding your own situation.