INTERNET CYBER CRIMES
Crimes that use the internet or cyberspace, piggyback on databases, breach the cloud, private servers, and other internet-related equipment to steal valuable information, defraud people or institutions, extort or embezzle funds, perform insider trades, commit identity theft, do physical harm to people, violate privacy rights, cause serious breach compromising private data, hack private systems, commit software piracy, are complex in nature. With rapid advancements in technology, legislation can barely keep up with the internet and cyber crimes. If you have been charged with committing a cyber or internet crime, it is advisable to have a knowledgeable criminal defense attorney by your side, to advise you of your rights, the nature of your crime, and your legal recourse.
Internet/ Cyber Crimes include but are not limited to:
Breach of Computer Security and stealing Data
Electronic Terrorist Threats
Insider Stock Trading
Network Intrusions (hacking) to commit fraud or intent to harm people
Online Solicitation of a Minor
Pirating private Intellectual Property and Software
Tampering with Direct Recording Electronic Voting Machine
Tampering with Governmental Records
Due to the wide range of internet crimes, penalties vary in severity. Internet crimes can be prosecuted at the State and Federal level. Furthermore, internet crimes can be charged as a misdemeanor or felonies depending upon the circumstances. Various aspects of crime have to be analyzed and pieced together to make for a strong defense. Having a well-experienced attorney by your side helps a lot. He/she can advise you of your legal rights and your options available when your case is presented in a court of law.
There are many affirmative and mitigating defenses for internet and cyber crimes available. Explaining your situation in complete confidence to an experienced attorney will help you in more ways than you realize.
Val Zuniga has years of experience in internet and cybercrime-related cases at both State and Federal courts. Call us at 713-DRUG LAW (378-4529) today to protect yourself. It is important to understand your rights. Zuniga Law Offices, P.C. can help. We are ready and available to help assess, evaluate, and defend your case. We offer you the chance for a free consultation before you decide to employ us to represent your best interests and protect your rights.
Don’t Fight Your Charges Alone
At Zuniga Law Offices, we can evaluate the multiple factors surrounding your charges and
develop a tailored defense plan specific to your case. As a Houston drug crime lawyer, I
possess the knowledge to identify the most effective defense strategy for your situation.
Additionally, I offer comprehensive support and guidance at every stage of the process.
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