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The right defense is important for cybercrime allegations

On Behalf of | Mar 3, 2021 | Federal Criminal Defense |

Cybercrime is a growing area of concern for the federal government and state agencies. This is an area of criminal activity that takes place over the internet or is committed through computer or internet use of some kind. These cases are complex and difficult to investigate, but the potential repercussions for defendants are immense.

If you are facing allegations of committing some type of cybercrime, you would be wise to take your situation seriously. The FBI and other groups consider internet-based crime a serious safety threat, and the government will prosecute your case to the fullest extent of the law. It is in your interests to learn about what counts as cybercrime and the nature of the criminal charges you are facing.

Common types of cybercrime

Cybercrime is an evolving area that is constantly changing. Due to the complex nature of these types of cases, it is not easy to build a case against an individual for this type of criminal activity. Cybercrime schemes can be complex or quite simple, and common examples include:

  • Intentional introduction of malware or a virus into a computer system
  • Credit card fraud or debit card fraud
  • Identity theft or theft of information
  • Cyberstalking or cyberbullying
  • Perpetrating a fraudulent scheme online
  • Hacking to gain access to accounts or personal information

Cybercrime includes a broad variety of offenses, committed with the intent of financial gain or accessing information. Fraud, theft and other crimes committed online may seem like victimless crimes or minor offenses because there was no personal contact. However, if convicted of a type of computer crime, you could face years or decades behind bars.

Identifying the optimal defense

Every cybercrime case is different. If you are under investigation or already formally charged, the time is now to begin preparing your defense strategy. The optimal defense strategy depends on the individual details of your case, such as the specific types of charges, evidence brought by the prosecution and your criminal history. Starting by learning more about cybercrime and its potential consequences, you would be wise not to lose any time in determining how you can fight back and protect your future.


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