Internet Sex Crime Defense Lawyer in Camden County
Aggressively Defending the Accused in Camden County
Few accusations are as devastating to your reputation as sex crime allegations, more especially internet sex crimes which often involve child pornography and luring minors. If these claims result in a conviction, your life will never be the same again due to mandatory sex offender registration and a permanent criminal record. Even if you are not convicted, it may be difficult to recover from the stigma of having been accused. For all these reasons, it is crucial that you have dependable legal representation as soon as possible. Generally, defending charges early on will improve your chances of a favorable outcome.
At The Law Office of Jill R. Cohen, we have handled hundreds of sex crime cases in Camden County, including internet sex offenses. Our firm works closely with computer experts to analyze data and evaluate evidence in these cases. With more than 30 years of experience, our Camden County internet sex crime defense attorney understands how the New Jersey legal system works and can potentially challenge the constitutionality of the police search of your home and seizure of your computer.
Have you been accused of an internet sex crime? Get immediate legal counsel by calling (856) 351-5115.
Defining Internet Sex Crimes
Sex crimes are any criminal offenses that are sexual in nature. When they are committed digitally or online, they are labeled as internet sex crimes.
Typical internet sex crimes include:
- Possession and distribution of child pornography
- Luring or soliciting a minor, such as through a chat room
- The transmission of explicitly sexual photos of yourself to a minor or requesting such photos from a minor
- Internet prostitution
Prosecutors in New Jersey take these offenses seriously and are adamant about prosecuting them to the fullest extent – especially when they involve minors. They will stop at nothing to uncover evidence and paint you in an unflattering light. As a former prosecutor herself, our Camden County internet sex crime lawyer knows what to expect from the opposition and will perform a thorough independent investigation to gather evidence to prove your innocence or to disprove the prosecution’s claims.
The Consequences of an Internet Sex Crime Conviction
In New Jersey, most internet sex crimes are classified as felonies, meaning that you may be subject to Megan’s Law sex offender registration if you are convicted. You may also be facing a mandatory prison sentence and heavy fines. As a registered sex offender, you may find it difficult to get a job, to rent or purchase a home, or to attend certain schools and colleges. You could also be subject to frustrating restrictions. Being labeled a sex offender can have a lasting negative impact on your life, and fighting back can often be an uphill battle against hostile opposition.
Why Choose Our Firm?
At The Law Office of Jill R. Cohen, we understand the high stakes and challenges involved in your case because we have spent the last 30 years fighting for clients accused of such crimes. We know how to deconstruct and challenge state evidence and craft airtight defense strategies based on our investigations and careful analysis.
If you believe you are being investigated by law enforcement, do not delay in discussing your case with an attorney. The sooner you can get a lawyer involved, the better. Our Camden County internet sex crime defense attorney has the experience, knowledge, and resources needed to defend you effectively. As your advocate, we are fierce and fearless both in and out of the courtroom. We know how to anticipate the prosecution’s next move and stay one step ahead at all times.
Schedule your free, initial consultation with Attorney Jill Cohen by calling (856) 351-5115.
Aggravated Assault Not Guilty
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Aggravated Sexual Assault Dismissed
First Degree Aggravated Sexual Not Guilty
Restraining Orders Dismissed
Sexual Assault Dismissed