Today, there are a wide variety of cybercrimes that are increasing in the United States due to the pandemic. As a result, law enforcement agencies are under intense pressure to prosecute anyone they suspect of committing computer-related crimes as diverse as computer hacking or child pornography.
Due to the technical complexity of the Internet, people can be wrongly targeted by law enforcement during an investigation since scammers commonly use innocent peoples' computers to carry out or mask their own illegal activities. Additionally, investigators with little experience are not always prepared to fully investigate cybercrimes cases and may obtain evidence illegally.
If you are under investigation for an alleged computer or internet crime, then you need to immediately consult with an experienced lawyer to devise a strong defense strategy. Internet crime investigations can be extremely rigorous, which makes it easy for innocent people to get mixed up in a task force’s investigation, finding themselves the target of serious criminal charges.
Internet and cybercrime penalties can be very harsh and can result in lengthy prison sentences and/or expensive fines. Also, most crimes committed online can be prosecuted in both state and federal court. This is why is crucial to seek qualified legal counsel right away.
Call Our Experienced Internet Crime Attorneys Today
Our legal team at Lessem, Newstat & Tooson, LLP is committed to helping clients who are being charged with any of the following internet crimes:
- Internet sales fraud
- Investment fraud
- Credit card fraud
- Purchasing illegal drugs through the internet
- Child pornography distribution or possession
Don’t hesitate to get in touch with our law firm today so we can put our skills and resources to work for you. We have taken over 200 trials to jury and received hundreds of dismissals for our clients. When you choose Lessem, Newstat & Tooson, LLP, you can feel confident that we will do everything in our power to dismiss, minimize, and reduce the charges you are facing.
Call us today at (800) 462-7160 or contact us online to schedule a free case consultation.