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Protecting Your Rights

Given how much the internet is part of our daily life, you may end up committing a crime you did not realize you committed. There are organizations that are monitoring your activity. At Bayne Sellar Ertel Macrae, in Ottawa, our lawyers are constantly assessing the validity of internet sex crimes as the repercussions of being convicted of these crimes can be significant.

Many of the Internet sex crimes arise when individuals communicate electronically in chat rooms, messenger services or other social media platforms, often without knowing who is really on the other side, leaving you vulnerable to possible sex offence charges.

Helping First-Time Offenders

Our competent defence lawyers work tirelessly to protect your rights, freedom and reputation. The firm has worked on many high-profile cases and has experience in defending clients accused of possession and distribution of child pornography, child luring and voyeurism.

Our goal is to address your concerns with through investigation, sensitivity and questioning the evidence against you. Our lawyers have helped clients keep their name off the sex offender registry, have their jail time reduced and gain access to the internet again. But all these will depend upon the facts of your case and how the criminal defence lawyer approaches your criminal case.

Facing An Internet Sex Crime Charge? Contact Eastern Ontario’s Largest Criminal Defence Law Firm.

At Bayne Sellar Ertel Macrae, our experienced lawyers defend all types of internet sex-related charges. Contact our team of professionals for a confidential consultation or even a second opinion. Call us at 613-604-2188 locally or 1-877-786-4479 toll free. You can also email us via online contact form. Lawyers at the firm can also make jail visits if required.
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