Computer / Internet Offenses
Few people can imagine anything more embarrassing or frightening than being arrested for a child exploitation charge and thrown in the county jail. News of the arrest hits the newspapers. Your friends, family, and neighbors read about it. If the charges result in a conviction, you’ll become a convicted felon who has to register as a sex offender, not to mention the fact that Georgia has some of the harshest penalties in the nation for sex offenses.
Do not face these charges alone; hire an attorney with the experience and training to represent and defend you to the fullest extent possible. We work to take the fear out of the process and stand by you throughout the entire criminal process. We’ll represent you in state or federal court. Furthermore, we can bring in our experienced investigators, forensic computer examiners, and psychologists if necessary to defend your specific case.
So why choose Crawford and Boyle to defend you? Attorney Eric Crawford brings a wealth of experience and training to defending these types of cases. As a former Assistant District Attorney, Eric specialized in prosecuting these types of cases, and he brings that wealth of experience to the defense bar. Eric has handled over four dozen child exploitation cases, including jury trials to verdict. Eric has received training from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), the Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI), the U.S. Department of Justice, the national Internet Crimes Against Children training division, and the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. Eric has worked hands-on with law enforcement officers from many jurisdictions and trained both officers and other prosecutors regarding the specifics of these cases.
We defend against all computer and internet sex related offenses, including:
- Possession of child pornography
- Production of child pornography
- Trafficking in child pornography
- Sexual exploitation of a child
- Obscene internet contact with a child
- Furnishing obscene material to a minor
- Child enticement
If you have been charged or believe you are under investigation for an Internet sex offense, you should contact an experienced defense attorney for advice and guidance to protect your interests and minimize your exposure. Crawford and Boyle will explore the technical issues specific to these allegations, including government entrapment, constitutional search and seizure issues, and alternative interpretations to questionable materials. Call us today, let us protect and fight for you.
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