Have you been accused of an internet crime? Chambers Law Firm can help as your defense attorney.
The internet is now an integral part of most Americans’ daily lives. Unfortunately, while you’re out there enjoying cyberspace you could end up embroiled in some kind of activity that qualifies as an internet crime. If this happens to you, do not waste any time in securing advice and representation from a qualified internet crime defense attorney such as Chambers Law Firm.
Types of Internet Crime
Internet Fraud: Schemes like advance fee fraud, non-delivery of merchandise fraud, sweepstakes scams, work-at-home scams, fraudulent sales, and more are commonly perpetrated using the internet. Even if your scheme was not successful, you can still be charged with internet fraud.
Phishing: This type of internet crime involves tricking an email recipient or website user into providing personal or confidential information such as credit card numbers, bank account numbers, SSNs, and more. This information will then be used for illegal purposes.
Online Piracy: You could be accused of a violation of the No Electronic Theft (NET) Act if you infringe someone else’s copyright through online piracy. This involves willfully copying or sharing copyrighted material for profit, or sharing materials worth more than $1,000 for free.
Cyberstalking: If you use electronic media such as email, text messages, or online chat messages to harass or threaten someone, you could be charged with cyberstalking.
Child Pornography: Many child pornography allegations involve access or distribution via the internet.
We Understand Internet Crime Defense
Internet crime allegations often involve complicated technical evidence, including financial records. Fortunately, at Chambers Law Firm we have experience with all these kinds of evidence. We know how to properly interpret the evidence as well as protect you from having any illegally obtained evidence used against you.
From the moment you retain us as your internet crime defense attorney, we will work hard to protect your rights and build the strongest possible defense to the charges against you. Depending on the specific circumstances of your case, we may be able to undermine the prosecution’s evidence to such a degree that they agree to drop the charges before trial. We can also represent you in court or help you negotiate a fair and lenient plea deal as your case may require.
Call Now for a Free Consultation
If you are facing charges for any kind of internet crime, call Chambers Law Firm at 714-760-4088 now. We will be happy to explain more about how we can help you during a free initial consultation.