If you or a loved one has been charged with an internet sex crime, you should immediately contact Los Angeles Internet Sex Crimes Attorney at The H Law Group. Our attorneys have years of experience defending those who are charged with sex crimes they committed both online and offline. Internet sex crimes are extremely serious and can have consequences that last a lifetime. So, if you’ve been charged with an internet sex crime, contact an experienced sex crime attorney at The H Law Group to represent you. Schedule your free consultation today by calling us at 1 (213) 370-0404.
Examples of Sex Crimes we Defend:
If you were charged with the crime of soliciting a minor under the age of 14 online under California Penal Code (CPC) Section 272, you should know that this crime carries a hefty jail sentence, fines, five (5) years of probation, and lifetime registration as a sex offender. As such, if you’ve been charged with it, you should immediately contact a Los Angeles sex crime attorney at The H Law Group to defend you and fight for you. You will need an aggressive and experienced attorney who knows the law surrounding sex crimes, and that’s exactly what you’ll find at The H Law Group.
The possession of child porn is a very serious crime in the State of California. Both State and Federal charges can be brought against a person who’s caught with child porn. California Penal Code Section (CPC) 311.11 makes it illegal for an individual to possess, transport, duplicate, print, or persuade minors to make child porn. In California, a charge of child porn under 311.11 PC is a wobbler, meaning the prosecution can charge it as either a misdemeanor or a felony.
If convicted of child porn, you face a serious prison sentence, as well as adverse effects when it comes to maintaining relationships with peers, colleagues, and family members due to the stigma attached with being convicted of child porn. So, if you or a loved one has been charged with possessing child porn, you should immediately call a Los Angeles Sex Crime Attorney at The H Law Group to represent you and defend you throughout the criminal process. Also, you should contact a criminal defense attorney to determine whether Federal charges will be filed against you in addition to the California State charges. Federal charges are typically more severe and result in lengthy prison sentences. So, don’t wait, and hire an internet sex crime attorney at The H Law Group to begin working on your case as soon as possible. The more prepared your attorneys, the better the outcome they will be able to achieve for you.
California Penal Code (CPC) Section 314 PC makes it unlawful for an individual to willfully publicly display his or her naked body in a place where other people are present. This is so because the public has the right to travel in public without having to see another individual’s naked body. A first-time offense for indecent exposure is usually charged as a misdemeanor
California Penal Code Section 272 makes it unlawful for an individual to lure or attempt to lure a minor (under the age of 14) for sex. A conviction for luring or attempting to lure a minor will force an individual to register as a sex offender for the remainder of his lifetime. Also, a convicted individual faces up to one (1) year in jail, as well as serving five (5) years of probation after release from jail. California law makes it a crime for an individual to lure a child to commit any sex crime with a child. So, if you’ve been charged with an internet sex time, please contact a cyber sex crime attorney at The H Law Group. Our attorneys have the knowledge and experience to best defend you and fight for your freedom.
If you or a loved one has been charged with an internet sex crime or cybersex crime, you should contact an experienced Los Angeles Sex Crime attorney at The H Law Group. Our cyber sex crime attorneys have the experience and knowledge necessary to achieve the best possible outcome for you. They have represented hundreds of clients accused of various crimes. So, for the best possible outcome, schedule your free consultation with one of our attorneys today by filling out the contact form below or by calling us at 1 (213) 370-0404.