Skillful Defense For People Charged With Internet Sex Crimes
With the increased use of the internet, the government has gotten tougher on internet sex crimes. More and more resources are being dedicated to catching and prosecuting people under internet sex crime allegations. In our state, the Michigan State Police Computer Crimes Unit (CCU) is a special police unit dedicated to investigating internet crimes, including internet sex crimes. The Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force Program (ICAC) uses federal funding to investigate alleged perpetrators of internet sex crimes.
People who have been accused of internet sex crimes by these state agencies or the federal government should seek the help of an experienced attorney. At Garton & Vogt, P.C., our lawyers can help. Collectively, they have decades of criminal defense experience and are well prepared in handling even the most serious charges.
Beware Of The Harsh Consequences Of Internet Sex Crime Allegations And Convictions
Internet sex crimes are serious. In Michigan, they can carry harsh consequences, including long prison sentences and a 25-year registration requirement that limits where you can live and work. This may also include a listing online by the Macomb County Sheriff’s Office MACE team.
At Garton & Vogt, P.C., our attorneys fight internet sex crime charges with tough legal action. No matter what or how serious the charges are, our team can help in the following areas and more:
- Possession of child pornography
- Distribution of child pornography
- Online sexual solicitation of a minor
Our attorneys are the only lawyers in Macomb County to have completed special criminal defense training through the National Association of Criminal Defense Attorneys. They are well versed in Michigan and federal criminal defense and criminal procedure. They use their knowledge and skills to make prosecutors work – protecting your rights and making prosecutors prove the evidence they claim to have against you.
Don’t Leave Your Freedom To Chance – Contact Garton & Vogt, P.C.
If you are accused of an internet crime involving sex, turn to serious attorneys who are focused on helping you get the most favorable results attainable under the circumstances. Call 586-315-2430 for a free phone consultation. We accept most major credit cards.