Internet Sex Crimes

Denver Internet Sex Crimes Criminal Attorney

The Internet has opened the floodgates to sex crimes involving computers in Denver. The police are on the lookout for people caught up in sex crimes and are posing as children. We regularly defend people charged with the following Internet-based sex crimes in Colorado:

Enticement of a Child Attorney in Jefferson County

In Jefferson County, Colorado, Police often pose as 14-year-old girls on the Internet in an effort to entrap people into enticement of a child charges. The elements of this offense include inviting a child under 15 to meet at a certain location with the intent to have unlawful sexual contact with the child. ...read more

Arapahoe County Lawyer for Internet Luring of a Child

Police across Arapahoe County will charge an offense if an individual knowingly communicates a statement describing explicit sexual conduct over a computer to a person the individual believes to be under 15, and makes a statement persuading or inviting that child to meet for any purpose. ...read more

Our investigators and experts team up with our attorneys to defend you in the complex world of Internet sex crimes.

Internet Sexual Exploitation of a Child Lawyer in Douglas County, Colorado

This crime is geared toward individuals in Douglas County who invite children younger than 15 to expose or touch their own or another person's intimate parts, or to observe an actor's intimate parts while communicating online. ...read more

Adams County Attorney for Sexual Exploitation of Children Charges

This offense generally involves inviting children to engage in explicit sexual conduct for the making of sexually exploitative material, the publishing of such material or the possession of such material. In Adams County, Colorado, these terms have very precise meanings and for a conviction to result, the government must prove each of the elements to a jury. This offense is often referred to as possession of child pornography. ...read more

Have you been accused? Has a client you are counseling confessed to illegal child sex abuse? Then call us before the police become involved. An early defense makes for a strong defense.

If you are charged with an offense of this type in Denver, Lakewood or Aurora, you can count on the government coming to your home to take your computer. The police will then search your computer's hard drive for images of children or other evidence. The police will be able to locate deleted and nondeleted files and images off a hard drive. Government software can recover files thought to be deleted by the user with a special computer program. Images are often unintentionally stored on a person's computer without his or her knowledge through conventional pop-ups. At that point, the government asserts that you are responsible for whatever is on your hard drive, EVEN IF you have deleted the file or never even saw the file. Many people in our country regularly perform sweeps or cleaning of their hard-drives to make detection of deleted files very difficult.

We have successfully defended Internet sex crimes by employing forensic computer experts who can testify that images can and do arrive on computers unnoticed by the machine's owner.

Of course, the best defense is to never have conversations of any type with children or people posing as children, under 15. You must never exchange or request photos of children under the age of 18, clothed or unclothed. It is not advisable to suggest playing or participate in role playing with anyone in the role of a child, as well. Clever Castle Rock police tactics can result in Internet-based sexual assault charges and a sex offender designation.  This results in sex offender treatment. Read our Sex Offender Management Board Common Questions and Answers.

Anyone contacted by the Denver Police should immediately contact our office for advice governing your particular circumstances. The police will move swiftly to obtain a search warrant, and you must likewise move swiftly in your defense.

Counselors, Pastors and Teachers Are Mandatory Reporters in Colorado

As a Christian criminal defense law firm, our office often receives calls from pastors, teachers and church counselors referring their church members. Remember, mandatory reporting laws in Colorado related to sex, Internet sex crimes, and child protection mean that you cannot disclose a sex offense to your pastor or counselor without them calling the police. You can only speak in confidence to a criminal defense attorney.   There are some limited exceptions for telling pastors, so speak to us first.

Call or e-mail O'Malley Law Office, P.C., to schedule a free consultation with a Denver or Colorado criminal defense attorney. We represent the accused throughout the State of Colorado.

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