Aggressive representation for Oregonians accused of a cybercrime

The Internet has definitely changed the way most people, including many Oregonians, go about their lives. Although most of these changes are positive, there can be downsides. With the power of technology in the hands of unscrupulous people, an unsuspecting Oregonian who is just browsing the Internet, checking email or online shopping can be framed for a cybercrime. However, our Portland-based law firm can provide an accused with aggressive legal representation that can help them clear their name.

One of the most heinous internet crimes is child pornography. These crimes are serious and are equivalent to a federal computer crime. Even just a few images of child pornography found by investigators on a computer can result in jail time up to 15 years. If convicted, under the Adam Walsh Act, a person could also be locked up in a "hospital," which is basically still a prison. However, while these allegations can result in serious penalties, the most damaging aspect is what they do to the reputation of an Oregonian. A person can be labeled a sex offender and will have to deal with the stigma that comes with it.

Our criminal defense lawyers can help make sure that an Oregonian does not have to go through such a plight. Our four lawyers, the law firm's namesake, have a combined 70 years of experience in criminal defense. We understand that the technological elements of internet crime cases make them more complicated. As a result, we work closely with tech experts to evaluate and determine if there are any errors in the case against one of our clients.

Our Portland law firm is willing to fight for the rights of Oregon residents facing internet crime charges, whether it relates to child pornography or not. We aim to provide justice for Oregonians in order to clear their reputation so they can live normal lives once again.

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