What are Computer Crimes?
Computer crimes, or cybercrimes, are simply crimes committed with the use of a computer or network. These crimes can range from copyright infringement to identity theft, fraud, or sex-related crimes. Laws against computer crime cover a wide array of offenses that continue to grow as the field of technology expands. For this reason, it is crucial that you work with a qualified criminal defense attorney to start building a defense as soon as you have been charged with a computer crime. The prosecution will have actively developed a case against you and so it is imperative that you have a skilled attorney prepared to defend your case in court.
Are you facing Computer Crime charges?
With the ever-developing world of technology, computer crimes have become more and more common. Due to this expanding field, law enforcement agencies have begun to craft specially trained teams to combat the growing numbers of computer-based crime. These crimes are taken very seriously and the prosecution will go to great lengths to ensure conviction and make it clear that computer-based crimes will be punished just as surely as traditional crimes. Crimes committed with the use of a computer almost surely can be classified under additional laws, and therefore,the penalties can compound quickly. Often times, one will face multiple sentences due to the additional element of using a computer to commit a crime.
Contact a Los Angeles Computer Crime Attorney
Because computer crimes can include a multitude of offenses, it is imperative that you arm yourself with a strong, knowledgeable criminal defense lawyer. Our team of attorneys have extensive experience with a variety of computer crimes on a daily basis and will ensure you receive the best possible outcome in your case. At Okabe and Haushalter, we are prepared to fight your case in court with the power of experience and our intimate knowledge of the law. If you have been accused of a computer crime, contact our dedicated team of attorneys to explore your defense options today.