Internet Crimes in Ohio

Internet crimes have increased as people use the Internet more for every part of their lives. The legislator in Ohio has also been quick to respond by enacting legislation that defines more Internet transactions as crimes. From child pornography to check fraud, when you are charged with any type of internet crime you need an attorney who stays current with the law and who understands the complexities surround these types of cases.

The Martinez Firm, has over 10 years of experience in providing professional, discreet legal representation to people in the Cleveland, Ohio, area. We believe in staying at the forefront when it comes to new legislation, and we understand how to challenge the technology used to collect evidence for these types of cases.

Contact our office by phone at 216-875-5555 or toll-free at 877-OVI-OHIO to speak with one of our attorneys. We offer confidential, no cost initial consultations to discuss our services and the charges you are facing either in state or federal court.

Ohio Defense Lawyers: Internet Crimes

Our office has the knowledge and skill to handle any internet sex crime charges, including:

  • Solicitation of a minor
  • Viewing or downloading child pornography
  • Sending, selling or buying child pornography
  • Solicitation of a prostitute

Our experienced criminal defense lawyers also handle internet crime charges that involve:

  • Check fraud
  • Identity theft
  • Money laundering
  • Computer fraud
  • Phishing

Child pornography, identity theft and accusations of fraud all carry stigmas that can affect every aspect of your life, from the ability to seek employment in certain professions to having a housing application approved. This is why we focus so much on understanding the circumstances surrounding the charges and probing how evidence was collected to be used against you.

We will use all defense avenues possible to arrive at an acquittal in a jury trial. If this is not a possibility, we will seek out a plea agreement that may include reduced sentencing, probation or alternatives to jail time.