Cyber Crimes Lawyer in New Jersey
Attorney Representing Clients Who Have Been involved in Illegal Internet Activity in Ocean & Monmouth County
With technology advancing everyday, cyber or internet crimes have gained more attention. Prosecution and investigations of related offenses have been on the rise, leading to more accusations. If you are facing allegations, you should seek the aid of a seasoned criminal defense attorney like Edward. V. Murachanian. With more than 34 years in criminal defense experience Mr. Murachanian will work hard to help you avoid the penalties.
Cyber crimes are used to describe a wide range of illegal activities committed through the use of computers and the Internet. A computer is considered to be any device that receives, transmits, stores, and manipulates data. The most common charges include:
- Child pornography
- Identity theft
- Planting viruses
- Sexual harassment
- Computer tampering
Cyber crimes are classified as a non-violent crime, however, accusations should be taken seriously. They face both state and federal jurisdiction because technological means often cross state lines. A conviction of any of these charges can result in consequences such as, lengthy prison time and substantial fines. Those accused of these high tech crimes also risk a loss of reputation, employment, and trust. We understand that an indictment carries potential damages that will affect your life, family, and job. We will aggressively fight for your rights with a strong defensive strategy.
Contact A Cyber Crimes Attorney in Brick, Seaside and Toms River Today
With our experience and understanding of the relevant laws and technology, these severe repercussions can be preventable. These charges mainly rely on circumstantial evidence. We will investigate all evidence to make sure it’s strong enough for a claim against you; if it is not then it is possible to have the case dismissed.
Call the Law Office of Edward V. Murachanian today at 732-477-3030 for a free consultation or fill out the online contact form to discuss the cybercrime charges pending against you and the defense available in your unique case.