Kids have access to all kinds of channels of computer communication in today’s world. This includes email and messaging services. How a child ends up using such channels can have significant ramifications for them. For example, if a juvenile here in Wisconsin is accused of having sent out threatening or harassing emails or digital messages, they could face charges in the state.
Police in Wisconsin sometimes turn to undercover operations in their law enforcement efforts. When it comes to sex crime enforcement, one type of undercover operation authorities sometimes use are internet sting operations. These stings sometimes lead to individuals facing serious internet sex crime charges.
It is obvious to even the casual observer that evidence is central to nearly every criminal case. But while evidence is highly important for prosecutors to provide, it is equally important for defense attorneys to discredit. And thankfully, both sides must be given the opportunity to examine evidence and to know when and how it was obtained.
Since it first came into widespread use, the Internet has been an invaluable tool as well as a liability. Few could have predicted just how vast the Internet would become and what impact it would have on individuals, businesses and governments.
Child pornography is, by nature, a very sensitive, taboo topic. This is probably quite clear to a Waukesha man who recently made his first court appearance for possessing child pornography. His bond was set at $10,000.
The Internet is a convenient tool that has made life easier for a lot of people in the world, including those from Milwaukee. Although it is convenient, the Internet is also a means for criminals to conduct misdeeds. Because of this, law enforcers are exerting efforts in the difficult task of cracking down on those who commit cyberstalking, child enticement or any unlawful use of a computer to facilitate a sex crime.
The Internet has made it easier for people in Milwaukee and elsewhere to learn personal information about others. However, the Internet has also carved out new criminal offenses that penalize individuals for wrongly using the Internet. One of these possible criminal offenses is cyberstalking. Recently, a man has been charged with cyberstalking.
Criminal offenses involving children are severely punished in Milwaukee and elsewhere. Some of these crimes may involve police Internet sting operations which target defendants who would not have possessed child pornography had it not been for these circumstances. For some defendants facing an Internet criminal offense, entrapment may be a viable defense. Recently, a Wisconsin county sheriff's deputy assisted in arresting a man for possession of child pornography.
With easier access to cell phones and computers issued by their employers, employees in Milwaukee and elsewhere are finding it easier to send inappropriate message and pictures to their co-workers and others. Sending sexually explicit messages and pictures may violate codes of professional conduct and may even be considered a criminal offense in some circumstances. Recently, an FBI report has revealed issues of sexting among their employees.
Access to the Internet can be found nearly everywhere an individual goes. The Internet makes searches for destinations, restaurants and shopping easy. However, Internet use can also lead to decisions that may change a person's life forever. With greater use and accessibility. also comes the increase of potential internet-related offenses. Recently, a man was charged with offenses related to the possession of child pornography.