A Knowledgeable Defense Lawyer For Cyber Crime Charges
The term cybercrime refers to criminal activities carried out with computers or through the Internet. A variety of charges fall under the cybercrime label, including the illegal digital transfer of money and identity theft. With the rise of digital devices in every facet of our lives, the federal government is charging more people with cybercrimes.
The lead attorney at the understands the seriousness of your cybercrime charges and knows how to defend you. Attorney Ann Fitz uses her 18 years of federal court experience and a team of topic-specific specialists to protect her clients. You can talk to Ms. Fitz in a consultation at the firm’s West Palm Beach or North Miami office by calling .
Forensic Evidence Is Crucial
Accusations of a crime that involve computers or the Internet could result in the immediate seizure of all personal and business computer hardware and digital files. If this has happened to you, Ann Fitz will work with law enforcement to obtain mirror images of hard drives to investigate your side of the story.
Ms. Fitz often develops a strategy in cybercrime cases by working with forensic experts who examine all types of computer devices. These experts will investigate security issues and capture and organize digital evidence, including critical dates, downloaded material, web history, transaction records, cellular data and other relevant information. With this data, the team can find crucial evidence in support of your defense.
Cybercrimes often fall under the category of white collar crimes and may include:
- Fraudulent digital bank transactions
- Conducting illegal financial transactions or wire fraud
- Hacking a computer or private network
- Invasion of privacy
- Credit card or debit card fraud
- Securities fraud and manipulation of markets
- Identity theft
- Spreading a computer virus or network attacks
- Phishing scams
- Child pornography
- Enticing a minor through digital means
- Sexual texting (sexting)
Talk To A Florida Defense Attorney Who Understands Cybercrime
The sooner that you contact a federal white collar criminal defense attorney, the more time that lawyer will have to build a stronger case. If you are facing federal cybercrime charges, call Ann Fitz today at to schedule your initial consultation. You can also email us with your information.