Pennsylvania Internet Crime Defense Attorney

Most Internet Sex Crimes Are Federal Crimes

The federal criminal justice system extends to laws relating to the Internet. Because of the Web's national and worldwide reach, investigators and federal prosecutors have jurisdiction to prosecute you just for viewing an Internet child pornography web site.

Early Intervention for Internet Sex Crime is Important

Criminal defense attorney Stephen M. Misko is a former federal investigator and prosecutor who has seen, first-hand, instances of prosecutors investigating Internet crimes and charging people with evidence seized from their own computers. The potential punishment in federal court is extremely punitive, and that is why we work aggressively to fight for your rights.

"By initiating an aggressive defense, and working with the prosecutor's office, we can focus on the government’s evidence and whether the possible sentence guidelines fit the charge." -Attorney Stephen Misko

As soon as you know you are under investigation, contact PennLaw immediately. If you are being accused of an Internet sex crime involving possession, receipt or distribution of child pornography, you may be potentially facing a mandatory five-year minimum sentence. If it is a state offense, you may be facing a lifetime requirement to register on the sex offender registry under Megan's Law. The right lawyer can make a decisive difference in the outcome of your case.

We handle all state and federal Internet crimes in Pennsylvania:

  • Child solicitation, child pornography
  • Identity theft
  • Web site fraud

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Internet crimes are often complex and require thorough investigation of the evidence. In many cases, federal investigators have a significant head start gathering their evidence and investigating you before filing charges. Get the aggressive, experienced legal defense you need from an experienced former federal investigator and former prosecutor.

Contact attorney Stephen Misko at PennLaw right away.