Most people use computers or other devices to access the Internet on a daily basis. While most of the activities of the average person are usually legal, there are some activities that might actually be illegal but don’t seem that way. We know that facing Internet crime charges can be frightening, especially when terms like cyberterrorism are being thrown around.
We want you to know that we will fight for your rights if you are facing any Internet crime. In the case of cyberterrorism, there are a lot of unknowns since there isn’t any solid definition of the crime. Fighting a charge without a solid definition can be difficult. We can help you to explore what it means to be charged with cyberterrorism.
The closest definition of cyberterrorism seems to be included in the USA PATRIOT Act 18 U.S.C. 2332b. In that section, terrorism transcending national boundaries is covered. We can help you understand what the section covers and how it applies to your case.
We can also help you if you are charged with other Internet crimes. Phishing, bank fraud, identity theft, computer fraud, credit card fraud and computer hacking are some of the charges we can help you fight.
No matter what kind of Internet crimes you are facing, it is vital that you get to work on your defense as soon as you learn you are being charged. Anything that you tell law enforcement and anything you do might be used against you when you are in court. That means that right from the beginning of your case, you must begin to protect your rights.