It's your computer, so it's private, right? Not exactly. Your actions online can be easily monitored and traced by law enforcement, and conversations in Internet chat rooms are often with undercover officers who are seeking to set traps by posing as users in the chat room or internet service.
Further, state police and federal agencies that suspect criminal activity often obtain warrants to trace your internet activity or to confiscate and search your computer for illegal files, including proof of child pornography, identity theft or credit card fraud. At Raymond V. Giudice, P.C., we represent Georgia clients who have been accused of these serious Internet crimes as well as others:
- Use of privileged or proprietary information
- Improper use of employer's property
- Possession of child pornography
- Internet solicitation of a minor
- Identity theft/stolen identity
Atlanta attorney for Internet crimes, Ray Giudice is a nationally recognized commentator who appears weekly on CNN's Nancy Grace Show. Ray is known for his up-to-the-minute criminal defense views, which he has regularly shared with other lawyers in professional settings and as a past adjunct law professor at Emory Law School.
The police are spending more time than ever digging into your online activities. They regularly patrol social media sites like Facebook, looking for proof of criminal activity. Suddenly what you believed were your private comments, photographs or friendships become evidence against you. We bring more than 28 years of criminal law experience to help you suppress that evidence, lower the charges or avoid prosecution, and protect your reputation.
Atlanta Attorney for Invasion of Privacy on Your Computer
When the federal government alleges that you have been involved in Internet fraud, it is common for your home and computer files to be searched. As your defense attorneys, part of our job is to protect you from use of evidence that was obtained without a warrant being issued prior to the search, was obtained with an improperly obtained or an invalid warrant, or in a search that exceeded the scope of the search warrant.
Contact Ray Giudice
It can feel like invasion of privacy when the police search your computer for criminal activity on the Internet. Contact us now at 404-913-0000 for a free initial case evaluation regarding what you can do about it. Our phones are answered 24 hours a day, seven days a week.