Experienced Attorney Helping You Fight Against Internet Sex Crimes
Sex crimes involving the Internet can encompass many criminal charges, including solicitation of a minor, possession of child pornography, and other crimes.
Florida prosecutes Internet sex crimes aggressively, and spends millions of dollars every year hunting down those suspected of committing such crimes. Federally funded task forces routinely conduct operations to crack down on solicitation of a minor. Undercover officers and “sting” operations are common.
Even An Arrest Is Damaging
If you are under investigation or facing charges related to Internet sex crimes, you have to proactively protect your reputation and your freedom. An arrest is publicly available information, so when charged with an Internet sex crime secure the services of an experienced, skilled Internet sex crimes attorney as soon as possible.
A conviction can lead to incarceration, significant fines and registration on Florida’s Sex Offender Registry. In addition, the stigma associated with an Internet sex crime conviction is substantial.
That is why you need an experienced criminal defense lawyer to protect your rights.
A Strategic Defense Tailored To Your Circumstances
The circumstances surrounding your arrest and subsequent charges will play a large role in how you defend your case. Entrapment may be an issue. It may not be clear who was behind the actions that led to your investigation and arrest.
Board Certified Criminal Defense Attorney David Mengers is a recognized and respected member of the legal community because he works diligently and aggressively to protect his clients’ rights and standing in the community. He will work tirelessly to investigate your case. He knows how police should conduct investigations and whether they may have violated your constitutional rights.
With 30 years of experience in the courtroom, David Mengers knows how to mount a successful criminal defense. You can schedule your free initial consultation at the Law Office of David Mengers in Ocala, Florida, through this confidential online form or by calling 888-300-1595.