Internet Crimes Involving Minors in New Jersey

The Internet allows people to share information and images, and to make contact with others freely and anonymously. However, some Internet activities involving minors are illegal. When an adult attempts to solicit a meeting with a minor, shares pornography or distributes these images online, he or she could be facing serious criminal charges.

Because most computer activity is traceable, it is usually possible to track user activities. If you face criminal charges for any type of computer crime, including luring or enticing a minor for the purpose of sexual activity, hire an experienced criminal defense lawyer immediately.

As a former prosecutor, attorney David T. Schlendorf is familiar with the role that computer forensics experts can play on behalf of the prosecution, as well as in the preparation of your defense.

Chatting Online With a Minor, Distributing Inappropriate Images/Videos and Other Offenses

Whether you were accused of chatting online with a minor, exchanging pornography with a minor or another offense, it is important to remember that it is the burden of the prosecution to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that you committed the alleged criminal act. The Law Offices of David T. Schlendorf defends clients against serious computer crimes involving children, including inappropriate images whether through possession, distribution or for solicitation of a minor online via Internet sting operations.

Speak With an Ocean County Defense Lawyer

Mr. Schlendorf understands the laws that govern Internet sex crimes and the technological issues involved in prosecuting and defending these complex charges. Call 866-895-9668 or contact the firm online to schedule an initial consultation with a certified New Jersey criminal defense attorney. Mr. Schlendorf handles federal cases nationwide and serves clients throughout New Jersey, including communities such as Toms River, Ocean County, Lakewood, Atlantic City, Monmouth County and Burlington.