As of November 1, 2023, most juveniles will no longer have to register as a sex offender and be eligible to seal their convictions. Law enforcement will start removing eligible people from the registry soon and mailing letters confirming they have been removed. If you receive a letter indicating that you have been removed from the registry, please contact our office for a consultation to determine if you are eligible to seal your offense.

Helping You Protect Your Future

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Strong Defense Against Internet Sex Charges

Punishments that accompany conviction for internet sex crimes, cybercrime, cyberbullying and child porn charges are harsh and life-changing. You may face sex offender registration, a felony conviction, onerous supervision conditions and time incarcerated in prison.

A knowledgeable and experienced criminal defense firm, however, can work to avoid or minimize those consequences. As your advocate, the attorneys at the Law Office of Amy Muth, PLLC, in Seattle, take control of your case from arrest to arraignment, arguments to outcome. You can be assured that your rights will be protected during the investigation of your charges and negotiations with prosecutors and at trial, if necessary.

Getting To The Truth In Your Case

Do you feel that your internet sex crimes charges stem from a malfunction in your personal computer, leading authorities to believe you were accessing child pornography? Were you victimized by a police sting operation that unfairly implicated you for internet solicitation of a minor? Amy understands how to develop a strong defense for your unique situation.

Our law firm is connected to experienced IT specialists who can analyze computer information that may have led to your arrest. We gather evidence that supports your version of events and move forcefully to suppress other evidence that could incriminate you. Our criminal defense law firm’s track record of success in these cases is proof that we can help.

Get Effective Help To Protect Your Rights

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