Computer Sex Crime Attorneys in Albany
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When you have been charged with an online sex crime or possessing any digital media related to child pornography or other sexual offenses, it is of the essence that you receive advocacy from lawyers who actually are knowledgeable about the technological issues entangled in your case. While it is crucial to have attorneys who know the standard law in regard to sex crimes, sexual offenses which involve computers and the internet are much more complicated. Without our dedicated computer sex crime lawyers in Albany, you are liable to face severe penalties, simply because many of the courts do not have enough experience with dealing with online crimes.
If you have The Kindlon Law Firm, PLLC, you can count on the fact that your determined lawyers actually have the intricate background to demonstrate your innocence, working towards a complete dismissal or a least a reduction of penalties.
Contact us now at (518) 444-4428 to have all your anxieties and fears allayed about computer sex crime charges in the state of New York.
Types of Cyber Sex Crimes in New York
There are many kinds of internet sex crimes which have been outlined according to both federal laws and state laws in New York. Even though people normally associate a “sexual crime” as one involving outright violence, such as rape or sexual battery, cybercrimes constitute a massive percentage of sexual offenses, including the many cases where sexual digital content appeared by accident on an unsuspecting defendant’s screen.
Just some examples of the most common kinds of internet sex crimes include those involving:
- The possession of child pornography – According to the New York Penal Code §§ 263.16, 263.11, no person may possess media of a sexual or obscene performance of a child. Such media does not merely include physical copies but any digital representation as well.
- Luring a child – This Class E felony does not merely refer to get a minor to enter a car or building, nor is it excluded to persuading a child to engage in sexual acts, incest, or prostitution. Exploiting a child by engaging them online, with the intent of kidnapping, injuring, or sexually violating them is also included under this kind of felony.
- Prostitution – If a person pays for a sexual activity, this is defined as prostitution, and is classified as a Class A misdemeanor according to the New York Penal Code § 230.00. The offense becomes a cyber sex crime violation if either sexual arrangements or the financial payments were themselves made online.
Complete Discretion in Defending Internet Sex Crime Cases
Many unfortunate defendants end up being found to be completely innocent, accidentally visiting a site filled with viruses and malware that included pornographic materials or criminal solicitation. The problem is that as soon as a defendant has been charged, their reputation is instantly ruined with family members, friends, employers, colleagues, and any other acquaintance, even if their case is later dismissed. You can trust our computer sex crime attorneys in Albany to act with complete and professional discretion, since protecting your freedom and reputation is our primary objective.
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