Who Gets Charged With Internet Crimes?
The Internet is used for an ever-widening range of crimes, from sex and stalking crimes to fraud and theft. Common criminal charges involving the Internet include:
- Internet sex crimes
- Internet luring
- Enticement of a child
- Craigslist and eBay fraud
- Internet stalking
- Identity theft
- Online fraud
- Child pornography possession and distribution
- Credit card violations
- Wire fraud
If you face Internet crime charges, get an aggressive defense attorney on your side — one who has extensive trial experience and who understands the technology often involved in Internet cases. For instance, how is information retrieved from hard drives? And how can child pornography end up on hard drives accidentally without the computer owner’s knowledge?
Experienced Legal Help in This Evolving Area of the Law. We can Help.
The lawyers of the Denver firm of Shazam Kianpour & Associates, P.C., have handled dozens of complex Internet crime cases, both as criminal defense attorneys and as government attorneys. We know these cases from both the defense and the prosecution side. Our team’s experience includes numerous Internet-related white collar crime trials, as well as Internet luring cases and other computer-related cases and trials.
Have you been accused of an Internet crime? Contact one of Denver’s largest attorney teams working exclusively in criminal law. Call 303-578-4036.
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Internet crime cases can involve many hours of investigation, voluminous documents and overlapping areas of the law. At Shazam Kianpour & Associates, P.C., our large staff and exclusive focus on criminal law allow us to put in the time and hours necessary to fully prepare your case prior to settlement negotiations and trial.
Do not wade into the unfamiliar waters of criminal and Internet law without knowledgeable legal help from an attorney fully dedicated to your defense. Instead, call Shazam Kianpour & Associates, P.C., at 303-578-4036 or contact us online.