Atlanta Child Pornography Attorney
Most people tend to be unforgiving when it comes to child pornography and other internet crimes. Legally you are innocent until proven guilty, but the general public may not give you the benefit of the doubt. When the stakes are high, make sure you have an experienced child pornography lawyer in your corner.
Decades of Experience Handling Damaging Charges
I am Richard Grossman, a child pornography attorney with more than 20 years of experience for clients in Atlanta, Alpharetta, Cumming, Duluth, Marietta, Roswell, Sandy Springs and the surrounding areas. I know that merely being accused of possessing or distributing child pornography can be life changing. I am committing to helping you fight back against the criminal justice system and the court of public opinion. My access to industry-leading experts has proven to be invaluable in helping me uncover holes in the prosecution's case. I will apply my years of experience and legal skills to protect your rights at every turn possible.
You may be guilty in the public's eyes but you are entitled to a defense. Contact our sex crime defense law firm for a free consultation. I know how to help level the playing field against you.
Defending Against Child Pornography Charges
An allegation of downloading pornographic images is punishable with life-altering penalties. The stakes are even higher for individuals accused of distributing child pornography. If you are facing charges, do not settle for just any lawyer to protect your rights. Make sure you enlist the help of an experienced sex crime defense lawyer committed to your case.
I have extensive experience defending hundreds of clients facing state and federal Internet charges, including allegations of Internet sex crimes. I know firsthand how the prosecution works. I am prepared to put the prosecution on the defensive by poking holes in their case. I have a strong background consulting computer experts and Internet specialists invaluable in helping me develop a strong case.
If the images were downloaded onto your computer without your knowledge, I will fight for a dismissal. As a legal team, we can track the activity on your computer to understand if someone else illegally hacked into your operating system. A personal alibi may also be used as a defense strategy showing you were not at home when the illegal activity allegedly occurred.
Seeking to Mitigate Potential Ramifications
A key part of my focus is not only defending your rights but also on mitigation. If the pornographic images were fewer than prosecutors claimed, I will fight for reduced penalties. I will also seek to understand any underlining circumstances behind the charges. If, for example, your minor kids innocently sent questionable images without your knowledge, I will make that clear to the prosecutors. Everyone has a story. My job is to make sure your side of the story is not overlooked. I will fight to make sure false assumptions are not made so your rights are protected.
Contact a Skilled Georgia Criminal Defense Lawyer
If you feel like everyone else has turned against you, do not give up hope. I have extensive experience representing clients facing similar predicaments. I am committed to making sure you are protected with a strong defense. Contact our Child Pornography Attorney today or call (678) 358-6555 for a free consultation.
State of Georgia v. Clark
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State of Georgia v. Spencer
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