Marietta Child Pornography Defense Lawyer
Are you being investigated for child pornography crimes? When you are innocent and want to clear your name, I can represent you in your case. Home computers and networks are being used every day to distribute malicious files and websites. Child pornographers are always finding new ways to stay a step ahead of law enforcement, which often results in innocent parties getting caught in the crossfire.
By using your home network as a hidden distribution point, child pornographers can operate in the shadows. However, should your network come under scrutiny from the law, it is you who must prove you are innocent of any wrongdoing. When it comes to open Wi-Fi connections, proving your innocence becomes much more difficult.
Open Wi-Fi Exploits
When your Wi-Fi connection is unsecured at your Marietta home, or you are using an open network at a business, there is nothing stopping criminals from accessing your devices. They can upload files that contain distribution coding to your online devices. This type of malicious code will continue to share files from your machine without your knowledge. Distribution files of a criminal nature are more often than not used to share child pornography, making you an unwilling accomplice to a serious felony.
Hiring the Right Lawyer
An inexperienced lawyer will not have the technological knowledge to prove your innocence. In order to clear your name, it must be established beyond doubt that you were unaware of the malicious programs or files on your devices. Failure to do so will result in you spending time in prison for a crime that you did not commit.
I'm Richard Grossman, and I am a lawyer with over 20 years of experience. I am heavily invested in defending those who have been falsely accused of cybercriminality. Contact my offices today for a consultation so that I can assess your needs.
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