Internet Sex Crimes in NJ | What You Need to Know

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Internet sex crimes charges can impact a person for years down the road, and if you’re facing these charges, the smartest thing you can do is continue reading and reach out to our experienced New Jersey internet sex crimes lawyer as soon as you can. Here are some of the questions you may have:

What are some common examples of internet sex crimes?

As you can imagine, there are a wide array of actions and behaviors that may qualify as internet sex crimes. Perhaps the most common type of internet sex crime that our firm sees is child pornography. If you are accused of possessing, creating, or distributing child pornography, you can expect to face a wide array of penalties. That said, our New Jersey sex crimes attorney has significant experience combatting child pornography charges on behalf of our clients.

Other common internet sex crime charges we see are cyberstalking and revenge porn. Cyberstalking is when a person uses the internet to stalk another person, such as by watching them through their webcams without their knowledge or consent. Using the internet to blackmail a person can also be considered a form of cyberstalking.

Revenge porn, on the other hand, is when a person obtains or creates pornographic material without the subject’s consent. If a person is accused of possessing or distributing pornographic materials that were created without a person’s consent, they may face criminal charges. Even if the pornographic material was initially created with the person’s consent, but was distributed or possessed after a breakup, for example, it can be considered revenge porn.

What should I do if I am charged with an internet sex crime in New Jersey?

If you’ve been charged with any kind of internet sex crime in New Jersey, the smartest thing you can do is speak with a competent attorney who can assess the circumstances of your charges and determine the best defense strategy going forward. If you’re convicted, you will most likely face various penalties, including high fines, jail time, and more. You may even have to register as a sex offender under Meghan’s Law. If you are accused of committing an internet sex crime, you need to speak with us today. We are here to help.


The Law Office of Boyd & Squitieri prides itself on providing our clients with the competent, honest, and effective legal advice they deserve. Whether you are facing sex crime charges, require assistance filing for bankruptcy, or are looking to go through the foreclosure mediation process, you can depend on us to fight for your rights through every step of the process going forward. Contact the Law Office Boyd & Squitieri today to learn more about how our legal team can help you.