Coachella Valley, California, Internet Sex Crimes Lawyer
Internet sex crimes such as child pornography and solicitation of a minor are among the most heavily prosecuted misdemeanor and felony offenses in California. Every year, thousands of people are charged with Internet sex crimes after being caught by illegal sting operations set up by police departments throughout California. Many people charged with Internet sex crime aren’t even aware they were committing a crime while using their computer in the privacy of their own home.
California Bar Certified Criminal Law Specialist
The Dolan Law Offices provides vigorous defense of the constitutional rights of adults to engage in legal activities on the Web. We know that the public has little patience or sympathy for people charged with Internet sex crimes against minors. We also believe very firmly in everyone’s right to an effective defense of rights and First Amendment freedoms. Attorney John Patrick Dolan has received the AV rating* and is a California Bar Certified Criminal Law Specialist with more than 30 years of trial experience providing a strong and clear defense for people charged with sex crimes. The Dolan Law Offices, in Indio, California, provides legal advice and representation for residents of the Palm Springs region and communities throughout Riverside County.
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Contact us as soon as possible after being charged with an internet sex crime. Hiring the right attorney is the first step in your defense. We guarantee our efforts to fight for the best possible outcome for your internet sex crime charges.
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