Polk County Internet Sex Crimes Attorneys
After being accused of an Internet sex crime many people feel as if their employers, family and general public already believe they are guilty. At the Kaylor Law Group, we believe in your innocence. We fight criminal sex charges and work hard to defend our clients’ rights, preserve their innocence and vindicate their reputations.
Former Polk County Prosecutors Defending You Against Internet Sex Crimes
The Polk County sheriff’s office is cracking down on sex crimes. The local sheriff often leads “sting operations” that involve police officers posing as underage individuals online. Police departments also monitor online activity. If you were the victim of an Internet sting operation or are under investigation for an Internet sex crime, you need to act fast to protect your rights.
Common Internet sex crimes include:
- Solicitation of prostitution
- Using a computer to seduce a child
- Child pornography
- Traveling to meet a minor
- Unlawful use of a two-way communications device
The prosecution begins building its case the moment you are charged. You need experienced attorneys fighting in your corner.
At the Kaylor Law Group, we attack every part of the prosecution’s case. We investigate the circumstances surrounding our clients’ arrests to uncover any constitutional violations. If illegal search and seizure procedures or unlawful interrogation methods were used, we will fight to have evidence thrown out and charges dismissed.
Defense During Criminal Investigations
Do not wait until formal charges have been filed against you. Police officers will often investigate individuals prior to bringing criminal charges. If you have been approached and questioned by police officers, or had your home or computer searched, you need a lawyer now.
Do not talk to police without a lawyer present. Doing so will only open you up to criminal liability.
At the Kaylor Law Group, we don’t wait until trial to begin your defense. Our attorneys can take proactive steps during investigations to shield you from liability and prevent the prosecution from gathering evidence against you.