North Carolina Online Child Pornography Attorney
Internet crimes fall under two different categories. One category involves using the Internet to lure or entice minors, or possessing or distributing online child pornography. The other category of Internet crimes involves online identity theft, fraud and other forms of theft. If you or a loved one has been arrested or charged with either of these kinds of criminal allegations, you need an experienced criminal defense lawyer at your side as soon as possible. I am Randolph J. Hill, Attorney at Law. I have over 20 years of legal experience and have successfully defended individuals against all types of allegations. Contact my office today.
A Strong Defense Against Sex Crime Charges
If you have been charged with any kind of Internet-related sex crime, you probably have an idea of the seriousness of your charges. A simple allegation can be enough to cause lasting damage to a person's reputation. If you are convicted of a sex crime, you will most likely be placed on North Carolina Sex Offender Registry after you have completed your sentence. Placement on the sex offender registry can make it very difficult, if not impossible, to live any kind of normal life. I will put forth a complete defense against your charges in an effort to obtain a favorable outcome.
Defending Against Allegations of Identity Theft
Identity theft, fraud and other forms of online theft are serious charges. As with any theft crime, a conviction to identity can limit one's employment opportunities. In cases involving Internet crimes, I may need to enlist the services of experts in order to evaluate the evidence against you and present a persuasive defense. You can be certain I will prepare your defense with the intention of taking your case to trial. In many cases, my aggressive approach yields positive results without the need for trial.
Contact Raleigh Internet Crime Defense Attorney Randolph J. Hill
919-805-3461 or Toll Free at 888-337-1448
Call or e-mail my law firm today. My law firm is located in Raleigh, across the street from the Wake County courthouse, though I represent clients throughout the Triangle. For your convenience, I accept Visa and MasterCard.