Technology-Based Criminal Defense

With the massive increase in availability of technology in recent years, it comes as no surprise that criminal charges involving technology have also increased. Internet crimes, in particular, have been prosecuted more in recent years than ever before. With the evidentiary and technological challenges involved with Internet and other computer-based crimes, Internet crime defense requires experience, skill and dedication.

Des Moines Internet crimes attorneys Sean P. Spellman and Mary K. Spellman defend clients throughout Iowa against Internet crime charges. Spellman Law, P.C., has been focusing exclusively on criminal defense matters for the better part of a decade. If you are facing Internet crime charges, contact the firm for a free consultation.

Federal Crimes

Because Internet crimes usually involve the passage of information across state lines, these cases are often tried in federal court. The federal court system is not simply another version of the state criminal justice system; it has its own separate rules and procedures that require experience from a defense lawyer.

  • Internet sex crimes: Since the Internet affords people the opportunity to obtain illicit sexual material more confidentially and with less effort, charges of possession of child pornography and other illegal pornographic materials involve the Internet with increasing frequency. Other sex crime charges like solicitation of a minor, sexual harassment and stalking often involve the Internet, as well.
  • White collar Internet crimesComputer and Internet technology are the most common way to commit fraud, embezzlement, identity theft and many more in a wide range of white collar crimes.
  • Drug trafficking: It is becoming increasingly popular for delivery of a controlled substance, drug trafficking, interstate drug crimes and other felony drug offenses to initiate over the Internet.

From its office in Des Moines, Spellman Law, P.C., defends clients against all types of Internet crime charges throughout Iowa.

Contact Ames Child Pornography and Solicitation Attorneys ∙ Free Confidential Consultations

Spellman Law, P.C., offers free initial consultations and flexible scheduling, so you can talk with a lawyer in a free, confidential setting to discuss your case. Attorneys Sean and Mary Spellman make every effort to work within clients’ schedules. Schedule a free consultation online or by calling our office at 515-222-4330.

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