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SORB Classification For Internet Sex Crimes

While often said tongue-in-cheek, it is really true that you can find just about anything on the Internet. Some of the unpalatable things we happen upon are accidental and nonetheless could lead to serious criminal charges.

Online Porn Charges In Massachusetts

The laws implicated by Internet sex crimes are constantly changing. These charges may be in play if you are connected to the Internet while using your phone, computer or television. Internet sex crime laws are complex and require specialized knowledge and aggressive representation.

Before beginning her criminal defense career, Salem-based attorney Kate Frame served as a criminal prosecutor and as a Sex Offender Registry Board (SORB) member. This experience has afforded her the tools necessary to skillfully advocate for her Boston clients. She is committed to giving you the information you need to make educated decisions about your future.

Police began pursuing Internet sex crimes stings after the substantive portion of the SORB regulations were last updated. As the SORB regulations do not contemplate this type of crime, it is up to your attorney to ensure that the SORB considers the relevant research in this area when assessing the appropriate classification level. Kate Frame understands the research in this area and is prepared to present this information to the SORB. If entrapment, criminal intent and a minimum level of culpability were involved, she will find it and thoroughly defend your rights both in criminal court and in front of the SORB.

Contact Our Boston-Area Sex Crimes Defense Office

To speak with an experienced Salem lawyer who understands the SORB classification for Internet sex crimes, email Kate Frame or call the firm at 978-208-3975 or toll free at 866-974-0927.