What Are The Consequences Of An Internet Crime?

The internet has changed our lives drastically over the last several years. It informs us, connects us and entertains us. This powerful source can have damaging effects when handled improperly. Unfortunately, it is not that difficult to commit an internet sex crime involving child pornography without knowing. Regardless of your intention, an internet sex crime can have a severe impact on your reputation and your relationships.

If you are convicted of a computer crime, you could face a lengthy prison sentence, fines and a lifetime on the sex offense registry. This will dictate where you work, where you live, how much time you spend with your family and where you can travel. The severity of your sentence depends on the number of images and videos that are found on your computer.

It is imperative that you retain an experienced Texas attorney who will investigate your charge, help protect your rights and ensure that law enforcement and the prosecuting attorneys are upholding the law.

How To Get Out Of The Prosecutor's Crosshairs

At Adam L. Seidel, P.C., our attorney has more than 25 years of experience working with individuals who have been accused of committing a crime. In many cases, our clients have never before been charged with a crime. They are upstanding citizens with families and well-paying jobs who have been caught in the crosshairs of a larger investigation.

In this day and age of internet crime, these charges are becoming more and more complex. Our attorneys work with computer crime experts to fully analyze the evidence in an effort to preserve a client's rights and reputations.

We understand how overwhelming this situation is for you. There is a lot at stake, and we are committed to giving you the information you need to make educated choices about your case. We work closely with you, maintaining an open, clear level of communication as we work diligently to pursue the best outcome possible, regardless of the complexity of your case.

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To learn more about how we can help you fight an internet crime in Dallas and throughout North Texas, you may email us or call us at 214-528-3344 (Dallas) or 972-312-1212 (Plano).