Internet/Computer Crimes

It’s your computer, so it’s private, right? Not exactly! The government is spending more time than ever digging into your online activities. Your actions online can be easily monitored and traced, and your conversations in Internet chat rooms are often with undercover officers seeking to set traps by posing as users in the chat room or internet service.

Law enforcement also regularly patrol social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, and You Tube—looking for proof of criminal activity. Suddenly what you believed were your private comments, photographs or friendships become evidence against you.

When the federal government alleges that you have been involved in an Internet/Computer crime, it is common for your home to be searched and your computer and files confiscated. Further, state and local police that suspect criminal activity often obtain warrants to trace your internet activity or to confiscate and search your computer for illegal files.

Raymond Giudice, P.C. brings more than 29 years of criminal law experience to help you suppress evidence that was obtained without a warrant being issued prior to the search, with an improperly obtained or invalid warrant; or in a search that exceeded the scope of the search warrant. Our attorneys will aggressively work to lower the charges or avoid prosecution, and protect your reputation.

If you have been charged with an internet/computer crime, the most important thing to do is act quickly! From the moment you are arrested, the government begins working on your case. If you hesitate to take action, you are wasting valuable time—time that your criminal defense attorney could be using to prepare your case.

The attorneys at Raymond Giudice, P.C. have represented people charged with every type of internet/computer crime. At a time like this, you need to hire an expert—a criminal defense attorney who will aggressively fight to protect your rights and freedom, and do what it takes to achieve the best possible results for your case.

If you have been accused or arrested for an internet/computer crime, contact our office (404) 554-8800, or call Ray on his cell (404) 964-4185, to schedule an appointment for a free consultation. Our phones are answered 24 hours a day, seven days a week.