Accused of an internet or computer crime? Trust the experienced cybercrime defense attorneys at Chambers Law Firm
With more and more individuals, corporations, and government entities entrusting highly sensitive data to online networks, it’s no surprise that cybercrime is on the rise. And so is investigation and enforcement. If you have been accused of any kind of cybercrime, you may find yourself being pursued very aggressively by police and prosecutors. The best way to respond is to hire an aggressive cybercrime defense attorney such as Chambers Law Firm. As your attorney, we can make sure your rights are protected from the moment you are first approached by law enforcement and fight diligently to resolve your case as quickly and advantageously as possible.
Types of Cybercrime
Depending on the circumstances, you could face state or federal charges for various types of illegal dealings carried out online or on a computer network. Common types of cybercrime include:
Internet Fraud: Any time you deceive someone in order to get them to give up something of value (usually money), this constitutes fraud. When this happens online, it is internet fraud. Common examples of internet fraud include advance fee fraud, non-delivery of merchandise fraud, lottery scams, phishing, and work at home scams.
Hacking: You don’t have to be a computer genius to be a hacker, at least in the eyes of the law. California has laws against accessing, altering, copying, deleting, or using data on a computer or computer network without permission.
Identity Theft: If you have deliberately obtained someone else’s personal information with the intent of using it for any unlawful purpose, this qualifies as identity theft. If the personal information was acquired online, this counts as a cybercrime.
Cyberstalking: It is illegal to harass or threaten someone to the point where they fear for their safety or that of their family. When the harassment or threats are made online by email or text messages, this qualifies as cyberstalking.
Rely on Chambers Law Firm for Expert Cybercrime Defense
Cybercrimes cases often involve large amounts of highly technical evidence. Fortunately, at Chambers Law Firm we have the skills, knowledge, and tenaciousness to go through all this evidence carefully and find any possible means of disproving the charges against you. No matter what type of cybercrime charge you may face, you can rely on us for an aggressive and effective defense. In cases where the evidence against you is very strong, we will focus on securing the most lenient plea deal possible to limit the impact of a conviction on your future.
Call Now for Your Free Consultation
Being accused of a cybercrime can be a confusing and stressful experience. Fortunately, Chambers Law Firm is here to explain your rights and options. Simply call us at 855-397-0210 to get started with a free initial consultation.