Internet Sex Crimes

Dedicated Representation for Clients in Baton Rouge, Prairieville, Ascension, Livingston Parish, Assumption Parish, Zachary, LA & Beyond

If you or a loved one has been arrested for or charged with an internet sex crime, you need an experienced attorney in your corner right away. These are very serious charges with harsh penalties; your freedom and future are at stake, but The Ambeau Law Firm can help.

Our Baton Rouge internet sex crime lawyers understand the overwhelming stress you are under. We are committed to guiding you through each stage of the legal process so you know what to expect. While every case is different and, therefore, requires a unique approach, we always do everything we can to help our clients fight for the best possible outcomes. We have been serving Baton Rouge, Gonzales, Prairieville, Livingston Parish, Assumption Parish, Ascension Parish, West Baton Rouge Parish, Zachary, LA and the surrounding areas since 2009.

Contact The Ambeau Law Firm today for a free, confidential consultation. Call (225) 330-7009 or submit an online request form.

Types of Internet Sex Crimes

Typically, internet sex crimes are considered federal offenses. As such, they carry very serious penalties, including jail and/or prison time, fines and court fees, and mandatory registration on the publicly available sex offender registry. Even being merely accused of an internet sex crime—whether or not you are charged, let alone convicted—can have a serious detrimental impact on your reputation.

So, what exactly are internet sex crimes? Some common examples include:

  • Child pornography, including creation, distribution, or possession
  • Sending sexually explicit texts/messages to a minor
  • Sending or receiving sexually explicit images of a minor
  • Using sexual pictures or texts to extort another individual
  • Soliciting prostitution over the internet
  • Sex trafficking conducted online
  • Having/using social media as a convicted sex offender
  • Soliciting or luring a minor for the purpose of sexual activity via the internet

Essentially, any criminal activity that is sexual in nature and which occurs through the use of a computer, the internet, social media, etc. is considered an internet sex crime.

Request a Free Consultation to Discuss Your Situation

If someone has accused you of committing a sexual offense, including an internet sex crime, do not delay in contacting The Ambeau Law Firm. The sooner you get in touch with us, the sooner we can begin building a defense on your behalf. This is crucial, as evidence may be time-sensitive and the prosecution is likely already building a case against you.

Our Baton Rouge internet sex crime defense attorneys are committed to fighting for the rights of people who cannot fight for themselves.

Contact us online or call our office at (225) 330-7009 today.