Police are routinely turning to technology to assist in their criminal investigations. At the Law Office of Hernandez & Hamilton, we have a deep understanding technology and digital evidence. We provide relentless representation of our clients in state and federal cases for internet crimes including:
- Child Pornography: Any sexually-explicit visual depiction of a minor is considered child pornography under both Arizona and federal law. See A.R.S. §§ 13-3551, 13-3553; see also 18 U.S.C. §§ 2251, 2252A. Child pornography offenses carry the potential for severe prison sentences, even for first-time offenders. Simply viewing a picture on a web-browser, in an email, or from a file-sharing service could result in distribution or possession of child pornography charges. At the Law Office of Hernandez & Hamilton, PC, we handle all types of child pornography cases, including distribution, production, and possession cases.
- Internet Luring of Minors: Inviting, offering, or soliciting someone under the age of 18 for sexual purposes is a crime under both Arizona and federal law. Police often pose as children using Snapchat, Facebook, Instagram, Kik, and other web-based applications in sex stings to try to make arrests.
- Other Internet Offenses: We handle cases involving hacking, threats and intimidation, stalking, fraud schemes, illegal gambling, unlawful invasion of privacy, revenge porn, identity theft and other types of computer crimes.
Our attorneys have substantial experience litigating digital evidence, including cell-site location information, GPS tracker data, deleted emails, unallocated hard drive imaging, digital forensics, and other types of evidence in Internet crimes cases. Contact us at the Law Office of Hernandez & Hamilton, PC, at our offices in Tucson, Arizona, for a free consultation.