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Computers, cell phones and the internet are part of our everyday reality, and the microchip and cloud servers have come to represent the preferred location for much of the world’s personal information and communication. With this, there has been a large wave of criminal offenses that have taken place on the internet. These crimes are diverse and include unauthorized access to private information, the use of protected intellectual property, and even illegal commerce and money laundering.
If you are being charged with computer crime or a crime related to computing, the internet, or the darknet, it is important to contact an attorney immediately to receive the representation you deserve. At the Law Offices of Paul D. Petruzzi, P.A., the team brings more than 30 years of federal criminal defense experience to clients’ cases every day, protecting the rights of individuals involved with cybercrimes. When it comes to defending federal computer crimes, while the law may not always be clear, the experienced federal criminal defense attorneys at Law Offices of Paul D. Petruzzi, P.A. can help guide you.
What Makes a Computer Crime Federal?
Almost any federal crime that can be committed without a computer can also be committed with a computer. Typically, however, federal computer crimes involve using a computer to take or alter data or to gain unlawful use of computers or services in the illegal transfer of funds or to alter the data or property of others. Computer crimes may also be referred to as “cybercrimes” by the FBI, IRS, HSI and other state and federal law enforcement agencies.
Among other federal computer crimes, law enforcement has been hypervigilant about monitoring the internet for the following:
- Computer intrusions & hacking
- Dark Web drug offenses
- Child sex crimes and child pornography
- Wire fraud and cyber-scams
- Money laundering
- Identity theft
- Human trafficking
- Mann Act and sex trafficking offenses
- Damaging or destroying a computer network
- Deliberately placing a virus into a computer or network owned by another
- Destroying, taking or damaging computer equipment that belongs to another
- Accessing a computer or network of another without permission
This is by no means a comprehensive list. If you have any questions around cybercrimes and what they may mean for you, you should contact the Law Offices of Paul D. Petruzzi, P.A. today.
Contact a Federal Computer Crimes Attorney Today
Are you are charged with a federal computer crime? Have you been told you are under investigation for committing a federal computer crime? If so, you need to have an experienced criminal defense attorney who knows computer crimes.
Whether you are a darknet administrator or just a user, whether you are a gamer or hacker or programmer, the team at Law Offices of Paul D. Petruzzi, P.A. has defended scores of persons charged with computer-related crimes with the experience gained from litigating more than 600 federal criminal defense cases. The Law Offices of Paul D. Petruzzi, P.A. provides outstanding client-centered criminal defense services for those facing federal computer crime and cybercrime charges. Reach out to the firm today to review your case with an attorney. You can reach the firm by calling 305-330-1774 or by reaching out via email.