Internet & Computer Crimes Defense Lawyer
In this digital age, virtually everything we do is online, including our social lives. As social media and dating apps become more mainstream, instances of sexual solicitation accusations has seen a sharp increase as well.
The internet offers an opportunity for people to meet in a virtual wolrd where a lot of the social cues we rely on for communication cannot be counted upon. Things like body language that help us better understand one another are absent. The immediacy of the internet sometimes leads to a false sense of intimacy from which misunderstandings can arise.
Unfortunately, such misunderstandings often lead to misguided accusations based on a misinterpretation of a person’s intentions. Thus, many innocent people are unwittingly accused of internet crimes.
Online Sexual Solicitation Defense
In a virtual environment, the tendency to make assumptions – read between the lines – is a common by-product of online communication. We live in a world that moves faster each passing year, where online friendships blossom quickly. What happens when an innocent remark or question is taken the wrong way? A person’s entire life and reputation can be left in tatters on the strength of mere accusations.
In a situation like that, you need to protect yourself in every way you can. It is essential that you have the legal means to defend yourself in the event of false charges of sexual solicitation. You may not be able to verify a person’s background, age and credentials online, but finding expert representation against charges of computer crimes is luckily a much simpler process.
Call Richard Grossman. If you have been charged with sexual solicitation of a minor, speak to no one else before contacting the law offices of Richard Grossman. He has extensive experience in fighting such charges in state and federal courts. Contact our office today for a free consultation.
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