The Internet Is Growing — As Is The Potential For Being Charged With An Internet Crime

Charges related to criminal activity on the internet are a very broad area of the law. From sex crimes to white collar crimes, utilizing the internet to commit these crimes is becoming a more frequent accusation by prosecutors. Unfortunately, the imprint that a person leaves on a computer is one that can be traced. To complicate matters further, even if one person owns a computer, laptop or other type of electronic device, he or she may not be the only person using it.

Most internet-related crimes are very serious. If you or a family member is being investigated for or has already been charged with an internet or cyber crime, it is very important that you seek an experienced criminal defense lawyer. At the Law Office of Gary Michael Gabry, criminal law attorney Gary Gabry has over three decades of experience with a reputation for being one of the most respected criminal defense attorneys in Southwest Michigan. You will be in good hands at our law firm.

Types Of Internet And Cyber Crimes

The range of Internet crimes is enormous. Anything from sex crimes over the internet, sexting and cyber bullying to identity theft and fraud, this area of the law is vast. That is even more reason to make sure your attorney has the knowledge, background, skills and experience to help defend you no matter what the internet-related charge is that you are facing. Our attorney is experienced in defending clients in both state and federal courts and has defended clients against all types of criminal charges over the years.

Here are just some of the common types of internet crimes:

  • Child pornography, including sending or distributing images over the internet
  • Solicitation of a minor over the internet
  • Sexting or stalking using email
  • Identity theft and other fraud-related crimes utilizing the internet (credit card fraud, phishing and hacking)
  • Cyber bullying (new area of law in which threats or harassments are conducted over Twitter, Facebook and other social media sites).

Do not wait to get the criminal defense counsel you need to help mitigate potential damages. This includes damaging your reputation, future and career on top of any potential fines, probation or even jail time. Reach out to our law firm for more information.

Talk To An Experienced Criminal Law Attorney Today

Our law firm is located in Portage, Michigan. We invite you to schedule a free consultation by calling 269-389-9113. You can also reach us online to tell us about your internet crime charges.