The state and federal governments aggressively investigate and prosecute Internet crimes. In fact, there are special FBI investigators and prosecutors that focus exclusively on Internet crimes. If you are under investigation or have been charged with an Internet crime, now is not the time to rely on an inexperienced law firm.
At Kuchler & Cotton, S.C., our Waukesha Internet crimes defense lawyers have secured reductions and dismissals in a number of Internet crime cases. We are trial lawyers with a reputation of being aggressive in the courtroom and honest with clients. We will act quickly to protect your rights and develop evidence in your favor.
Our lawyers understand the legal challenges that need to be employed to properly fight these cases. We have experience drafting creative jury instructions and motions to dismiss involving a variety of Internet-based charges. We have litigated many of these cases on appeal in both state and federal court.
Even if you have just learned you are under investigation, you should talk to an attorney immediately. Prosecutors are already developing evidence against you. Let us start building evidence that supports your side of the story. Contact our Waukesha law firm now to discuss the delicate issues in your case.
We handle a wide range of Internet crimes, from Internet sex crimes to identity theft:
- Possession and/or distribution of child pornography
- Solicitation of a minor/child solicitation
- Child enticement
- Use of a computer to facilitate child sex crimes
- Internet fraud and computer fraud
- Identity theft
- Cyber stalking
Accused of an Internet Crime? We’ve Got You Covered.
Internet crimes are serious. When prosecuted in federal court, there are mandatory minimum penalties that can put a person in jail for years. However, even if it seems that the prosecution has clear evidence against you, there is hope. Our Wisconsin criminal defense lawyers will aggressively pursue every avenue available to you, working toward the best possible outcome in your case.
One of the most common defenses in Internet crime cases is the “entrapment” defense. Did an undercover officer induce you to commit the alleged crime? If so, you may be able to claim that you were unwilling to commit the crime in the first place and were “entrapped” by the officer.
In child pornography cases, we can use forensic experts to determine if the images on your computer were actual child pornography and not computer-generated images or images of adults.
Of course, law enforcement must also play by the rules. Do not make any statements until you have talked to one of our lawyers. If the police illegally searched your computer, or failed to read you your Miranda rights upon your interrogation, you may have strong legal challenges to employ.
To learn more about the defenses available to you, please speak with our attorneys.
Contact Our Milwaukee Cyber Crime Lawyers
Contact our law firm today for your free consultation. We are ready to respond to any emergency — someone is available by phone 24/7. Our experienced Waukesha Internet crimes defense attorneys will fight for your rights.