Savannah Child Pornography Attorney
Facing child pornography charges?
Child pornography charges can destroy an individual's reputation, family life and career. With so much at stake, it is in your best interests to speak with a Savannah internet crimes attorney as soon as possible. In most cases, even when the individual is not guilty of the alleged crime, the mere accusation can still wreak havoc. This is just one of the reasons why it is so important to speak with a highly trained attorney as soon as you have been arrested, or if you are being questioned about any case involving child pornography. Exercise your right to remain silent, and get an attorney immediately.
The Schneider Law Firm has helped countless individuals facing significant charges such as child pornography. We understand how overwhelming and frightening dealing with the criminal justice system can be, so we do everything possible to protect our clients' rights and liberty from the moment the case is taken on. Having an experienced attorney on your side to protect your rights can mean the difference between serving prison time and getting your charges dismissed. We know what is at stake for you - please call us today so that our criminal defense attorney can review the facts of your case.
Don't let a sex crime conviction tarnish your reputation.
We understand the effect that child pornography charges have on our clients' lives and have assisted many through this difficult time. It is understandable to feel anxious about your future when facing these types of charges, however, speaking with an attorney can help you to understand exactly what you are going up against and what we will do to help you fight back. There are a number of errors that can be made on the part of law enforcement in gathering evidence or other aspect of the case. We must evaluate every detail in the case to determine what strategy could be employed to fight the charges in court. Contact us so we can review your case. We may be able to achieve a dismissal if there have been serious police errors, such as illegal search and seizure.