Salt Lake City Internet Crime Lawyer
Have you been charged with an internet crime?
The number of Americans using computers in the past decade has dramatically increased. With this rising statistic comes the rise in computer and internet crimes on the local, state and national level. The government is seeking to combat this rise in crime by developing new cyber crime units developed to investigate and begin prosecuting these crimes. If you or someone you know has been charged with an internet or computer crime you will need to seek the help of the Zabriskie Law Firm with a Salt Lake City criminal defense attorney familiar with these cases to fight ruthlessly to defend your rights and freedoms.
The prosecution of an internet or computer crime can involve the local, state and federal investigators. You could face multiple counts all related the same crime, with added counts of wire fraud and others filed at a federal level. Multiple counts can increase the severity of the fines, penalties and length of incarceration when convicted. Our computer and internet crimes defense lawyers could aggressively battle the charges against you, and should evaluate the evidence at once in order to determine how to proceed. Computer and internet crimes are very new to many
criminal defense attorneys but we have the resources to investigate every aspect of the case and the evidence in order to determine what defense tactic could be employed.
Defense for Computer-Related Crimes
There are a multitude of computer crimes and internet crimes. Our team of attorneys has over 50 years of combined experience working with clients to look into every aspect of their case and find the best options to defend their legal, constitutional and/or human rights. Law enforcement officials like to prosecute these newer crimes to set precedents for the future, if you are going to come out on top you will need experienced attorneys like ours to fight these battles for you.
Some common types of computer and internet crimes are: Identity theft, internet fraud, spamming, credit card fraud, illegal downloading, cyber stalking, internet pornography, and computer hacking. If you have been charged with one of these crimes call our offices, we will meet with you and inform you of your rights and best options for your future.