Internet sex crimes are on the rise. Law enforcement officers and prosecutors are aware of this fact and they are taking significant measures to fight Internet sex crimes, including:
- Internet solicitation of a minor
- Possession of child pornography
- Distribution of child pornography
- Luring a minor for the purpose of sexual assault
- Indecent exposure
Speak to an Internet Sex Crimes Lawyer Today!
If you have been arrested for an Internet sex crime, it is critical that you protect your rights by retaining a criminal defense attorney. For the experienced and highly qualified legal representation you need, contact us online or call the Law Offices of Daniel R. Perlman in Los Angeles, California at 213-514-8324.
Methods of Detection
There are a number of methods that law enforcement officers use to investigate Internet sex crimes. Were you arrested because the police seized a computer that contains child pornography? Were you arrested because you sent pictures over the Internet of a minor to others or sent pictures of yourself to a minor? Were you caught in a police sting in which an undercover agent communicated with you through the Internet while pretending to be a minor?
You are not alone. Thousands of people are arrested for Internet sex crimes every year. The best way to protect your rights is to retain a skilled Los Angeles internet sex crimes defense attorney.
Defense Against Internet Sex Crime Charges in Los Angeles
There are a variety of ways by which we can raise a strong defense on your behalf. If the police confiscated your computer, did they do so with a valid search warrant? Did they exceed the scope of the search warrant? Did the police make false statements to a judge in order to obtain the search warrant?
We will examine the facts of your case to determine if your constitutional rights were violated. If the police violated your rights, we can seek to suppress all evidence obtained as a result of an illegal search or seizure. We can even seek the suppression of a confession or damaging statements you may have made to police under limited circumstances.
If you were arrested in a police sting, we can review the case to determine if an entrapment defense is potentially viable. We can also determine if the statements you made technically constitute a crime.
Our goal in every case is to obtain the best possible result for our client by trial, motion to dismiss or favorable plea agreement. We are prepared to stand up to the prosecution on your behalf to protect your freedom, record and rights.