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Do not underestimate the consequences of a sex crime conviction. They go beyond penal consequences like jail or prison time.
A criminal charge for rape, predatory sexual assault or possession of illegal pornographic content can affect your life in many ways. Mere allegations of sexual offenses can seriously or permanently damage one’s reputation in his or her career field or within the general community. Jail time and a criminal record may sting the worst, but it only takes accusations of a sexual offense to severely tarnish one’s image. Our Cook County law firm might be the only thing standing between you and life-changing penalties.
One of the most serious consequences of a sex crime conviction is sex offender registration, which can severely limit where you live and require you to report constantly to law enforcement. What’s more, failing to register is itself a criminal offense.
A Legal Team To Aggressively Defend You
- Internet sex crimes
- Sexual assault (rape)
- Statutory rape
- Predatory sexual assault (child molestation and child sexual abuse)
- Possession and distribution of child pornography.
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Don’t let criminal charges leave you with a lifetime of consequences; speak with our sexual assault attorneys today. Call our Stone Park, Villa Park or Chicago offices at 708-568-0474.
Protection From Internet Sex Crime Allegations
In sex offense cases, criminal defense is about more than the criminal justice system. It is about defending the accused’s rights as well as his or her reputation. The social stigma of a sex crime accusation can be devastating — and it can easily arise after activity on the internet.
At McSweeney Moore Law Offices, we offer comprehensive defense for all consequences that clients face after a sex crime allegation. We handle a wide range of internet sex crime matters in Cook County and surrounding areas, including:
- Production or distribution of child pornography
- Internet solicitation of a minor for sex acts
- Soliciting prostitution or facilitating prostitution
- Sharing sexual materials with a minor via the internet
- Traveling to meet a minor
Contact our office to arrange a consultation with an experienced defense attorney.
Your Defense Options
It may seem like you are out of options if law enforcement or investigators found illegal content on your computer. The truth is, connecting your personal actions to actions on your computer can be difficult. Many computers can be openly accessed by many people. Many email accounts end up hacked or viruses end up installed — things that often lead to the dissemination of illegal images that involve children engaged in sex acts or other unlawful digital content.
Our attorneys will challenge the accusations made against you by challenging how evidence was gathered, where that evidence came from, and whether or not you are connected to the illegal activity. If police procedures were not properly followed, we may be able to suppress the evidence altogether.