Defense for Computer Hacking Crimes

Cleveland Cybercrimes Attorney

With the growth of technology and the expansion of the internet, the door has been opened for a new genre of crimes. Cybercrimes, also known as computer crimes, occur over the internet or through other means of technology. These offenses can carry serious penalties and charges, especially when sensitive private or financial information is involved.

What Is Considered Computer Hacking?

When an individual gains access to another's computer system or information without authorization, it is considered hacking. The crime also involves the intent to steal, alter, or corrupt the data of another. Hacking can often be connected to many other crimes, such as internet-terrorism, identity theft, and stalking. Whether a hacking crime involved stealing information from a private network of an organization or an individual, a person accused of this crime is facing serious repercussions.

Due to the fact that the Federal Communications Commission regulates the internet, you will likely be facing federal charges, which carry much steeper penalties.

Hacking can be charged as either a misdemeanor or felony, and possible penalties include:

  • Severe fines
  • Jail or prison time
  • Possible restitution to victims
  • Probation
  • Mandatory community service

If you have been accused of computer hacking in Ohio, your future and your freedom could be on the line. The FBI is fighting back intensely against the onslaught of cybercrimes that have risen over the past few years. This means you will be up against harsh penalties and punishments for even the smallest hacking crime. You need a proven legal advocate who will stand up for your rights during this time.

Why choose Friedman & Nemecek, LLC Attorneys at Law for your computer crime case?

The good news is that you do not have to face these penalties and accusations alone; Friedman & Nemecek, LLC Attorneys at Law is here to fight your charges and defend your name. As a Cleveland computer crimes lawyer, he is well-versed in handling cases that involve cutting edge technology.

Our firm has proven expertise with cybercrime charges, which is imperative when defending these complex charges. Attorney Ian Friedman is an author, speaker, and adjunct professor with in-depth knowledge of all types of crimes and defenses. Attorney Eric Nemecek is an ABA Cybercrime committee chair, equipping the firm with some of the leading lawyers in this emerging field of criminal law.

Our Cleveland criminal defense firm aggressively fights to obtain the best possible outcome in all computer crime cases. Call us today for an immediate response!