Atlanta Online Solicitation of Minors Lawyer
State and federal authorities have a substantial amount of resources and their disposal to try and curtail Internet crimes. Questionable and even illegal tactics have been used to try and prosecute online solicitation of minors. If you or your loved is accused of soliciting a minor online, invest in an experienced lawyer prepared to put the prosecution on the defense.
Staying Ahead of the Prosecution in Atlanta
I am Richard Grossman, a defense lawyer with more than 20 years of experienced. While others may rush to judge you, I am here to protect your rights. I will challenge the prosecution's case against you, while seeking to uncover any evidence that may be used in your favor. If law enforcement violated your constitutional rights or made any false assumptions, I will make this clear. I will take every measure possible to develop a strong defense.
If you are accused of luring a minor online, do not settle for anything less than a skilled online solicitation of minors attorney. I have decades of experience defending against federal charges. Contact our law firm to learn how I can protect your rights, even when the stakes are high.
Aggressively Defending Against Online Solicitation
In Georgia, FBI agents and task forces proactively monitor the activity in online chat rooms. Investigators are known to try and catch online predators by posing as minors interested in sexual activity. Once conversations escalate into questionable behavior, investigators begin tracking the suspect's IP address and monitor their online activity.
Law enforcement has extensive resources at its disposal to develop a strong case against you. I am here to help level the playing field against you. I have extensive experience defending against Internet crimes, including sex offenses. I know how to develop a strong defense, because I know how the prosecution works. I am prepared to challenge the evidence against you, if law enforcement entrapped you while actively encouraging the illegal activity. I will also fight for a dismissal if law enforcement failed to secure a proper search warrant or acted outside the search warrant's terms.
I also consult Internet specialists and computer experts when developing a strong defense. If another computer user hacked into your operating system without your knowledge, I will make this part of the defense. I am also prepared to show someone else with access to your computer conducted the illegal activity. I will evaluate every angle possible when fighting to protect your rights.
Contact a Georgia Solicitation of a Child Online Lawyer
The court of public opinion may have turned against you, but this does not make you guilty. I will make sure your rights are protected, while seeking to mitigate any potential ramifications of a conviction. Contact our Online Solicitation of Minors Lawyer today for a free consultation.
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