Internet Crimes Can Carry Serious Consequences. Work With A Lawyer Experienced In Defending Against Federal Charges.

Two common sexual charges are Internet sex crimes and possession of child pornography. At the law office of John A. March, Attorney at Law, I defend persons who have been arrested for a variety of offenses committed online or via a cellphone or other device, including:

  • Sending sexual or lewd images (sexting)
  • Arranging to meet a minor for lewd purposes
  • Lewd Internet chatting
  • Committing any type of sex crime using the Internet
  • Possession, production, financing or distribution of child pornography
  • Carnal knowledge of a minor

Richmond Virginia Internet Sex Crimes Lawyer

Child pornography possession and production charges can be at the state or federal levels. Distribution or sharing is a more serious charge.

Punishments for these offenses are very severe, and upon release perpetrators must register as sex offenders. The sex offender registry is one of the most invasive actions on one's liberty and freedom, so it is critical to mount the best possible legal defense. Sex crimes carry harsh penalties, and most sex crimes are felonies of various classes. Attempted sex crimes also carry penalties. If you have been charged with any of these crimes or others that fall under the umbrella of a sex crime, please call to schedule a free consultation with me, John A. March.

Arrested For Soliciting A Minor? Call John A. March, Attorney At Law.

It is vital, if you have been charged with an Internet-based sex crime, that you secure the best and most experienced attorney you can find. John A. March can help you through every stage of your defense, from bond hearing to trial and sentencing, if necessary. Call 804-554-3729 or reach me via email to schedule a confidential consultation.