Houston Computer Crimes Attorney
Building a Defense to Computer Criminal Cases
Every day, it seems more financial and business transactions are committed by or using the internet and computers. Cell phones can access the internet and conduct financial transactions, businesses can be run from virtually anywhere with an internet connection. Along with the increased use of the internet and computers in general, crimes of this nature are investigated and prosecuted more harshly. In fact, the federal government has entire sections and task forces which are dedicated to computer crimes.
Due to the broad use of the internet, computer crime may include a number of different criminal offenses:
- Identity theft
- Sex crimes against children
- Child pornography
- Money laundering
- Spamming and phishing
- Credit and debit card fraud
- Government fraud
- Wire fraud
Computer crimes are classified as federal offenses most often when they involve crossed state lines or actions which are unlawful under federal law.
Take Action Today. Call Our Houston Computer Crimes Lawyer
If you are facing allegations for a computer crime or any form of internet crime or cyber crime, you have the right to legal counsel. Consulting a Houston computer crimes lawyer experienced not only in federal court but with computer crimes in particular will be extremely beneficial throughout the criminal process. Federal agencies may have spent weeks, months or years building up evidence against you.
You will need aggressive legal representation that will counter the efforts federal prosecutors will make to secure a conviction and maximum penalties. A Houston computer crime lawyer at Guy L. Womack & Associates, P.C. can meet with you and discuss your options during a free initial consultation. The firm is based in Houston, Texas and takes on federal cases all throughout Texas and nationwide.
Contact a Houston computer crime lawyer from Guy L. Womack & Associates, P.C. today to learn more about how a competent attorney can help you fight your charges.
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