Atlanta Computer Crimes Attorney

Georgia law defines computer crimes as those crimes committed with the use of a computer—it does not matter if they are intentional or an accident—they can and will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. Certain computer crimes can be tried as felonies. Any charge involving sexual misconduct for instance, can be charged as a federal crime. If you or your loved one has been accused of a computer crime in the Atlanta area or you know that you are being investigated for one, contact the Atlanta criminal attorney as soon as possible.

A computer crime could be anything from internet identity theft and computer hacking to the possession of child pornography. With every computer crime, there is a series of questions that your criminal attorney must answer, most importantly whether or not your rights were violated during the investigation or arrest.

In order to prosecute a computer crime, the prosecution must gather enough evidence to prove that a specific individual did in fact commit a computer crime. But in the process of building their case, law enforcement officials sometimes violate constitutional amendments that protect citizens from unlawful search and seizure. If this is your case, you can rest assured that the Atlanta criminal attorney will uncover this fact and present it to the judge to get your case dismissed.

If you are being investigated or have already been arrested for a computer crime, contact the law offices of the Atlanta criminal attorney to schedule a consultation today.