Recently, the Connecticut Attorney General wanted information from MySpace as to whether any registered sex offenders had a web page on My Space. At first News Corp, which owns MySpace, did not comply with the Attorney General’s request, but eventually they turned over the information and also removed the profiles of over 7,000 MySpace participants from the site after identifying them as Registered Sex Offenders.
Interestingly enough, though, MySpace does not maintain information about the removed profiles, so in removing the registered sex offenders, they also disposed of evidence about their identities and the like.
Wallin and Klarich has developed a unique understanding of how these cases work and an aggressive, thorough approach to defending them. Defending sex crime charges is a complex and specialized type of criminal defense. Few criminal defense lawyers have the experience, training and resources necessary to win a sex-related case.