Atlanta Internet Crime Attorney
What are Some Examples of Internet Crimes?
Law enforcement agencies have made internet crime a top priority. Federal and local agencies routinely monitor the internet for signs of criminal activity, and regularly go online trying to entice likely offenders into acts that result in crimes. When law enforcement agencies find or arrest online offenders, they aggressively pursue charges and penalties.
Internet crimes can entail a wide range of criminal offenses. Some of the most common internet crimes include:
- Various internet sex crimes
- Child pornography
- Online solicitation
- White collar crimes
- Computer fraud and theft crimes
- Drug crimes
We urge you to contact an Atlanta federal criminal defense lawyer at Weintraub & Alper Legal for a confidential consultation if you or a loved one has been accused of an internet crime. We will delve into all of the evidence against you, listen to your version of what happened and work diligently to bring your case to the best conclusion possible.
Weintraub & Alper Legal Cyber Crime Legal Counsel
Our legal team has years of experience representing clients facing state and federal charges for internet crimes. Because these cases can be highly complex, anyone being charged for an internet crime – or currently being investigated – should be intent on working with an experienced lawyer as soon as possible. Our attorneys are available to immediately respond to your call for help.
Laws regarding internet crimes are complex and changing constantly. Today, law enforcement agencies employ task force teams that specialize in online crime. Their efforts are all geared toward conducting serious investigations and arresting, prosecuting, and convicting more internet offenders.
If you, a family member, or a friend is currently under investigation for an internet crime – or if charges have already been filed – it is in your best interest to speak with an Atlanta criminal defense lawyer immediately. Our legal team can help you learn more about the charges and penalties you face, as well as how we can protect your future.
Contact us today to request a consultation.