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Internet Crime Lawyers in Cleveland, Cleveland
Experienced Defense Against Cybercrime Charges
In recent years, access to online information has exploded. More and more users are moving to online marketplaces to make their purchases. People are also becoming increasingly comfortable online, and all types of social media sharing have become the norm. Internet crime rates have also risen. Because you are behind the screen does not mean you are immune to criminal charges or accusations.
At Friedman Menashe Nemecek & Long, we understand what is at stake and how to approach these situations. There are a wide variety of cyber crimes that can be committed. These charges range from child pornography to internet fraud. We have years of experience defending those accused of committing these serious crimes. Protect you future by reaching out to our team of dedicated Cleveland cyber crimes lawyers to protect your future.
Facing cyber crime charges in Cleveland? Schedule a case review with our Cleveland defense lawyers to discuss your defense options now!
Internet Crimes We Handle
Government agencies at both the state and federal levels, including the FBI, are heavily involved in identifying those involved in illegal activities through the use of the internet. The internet is limitless in terms of crimes that can be committed. Most internet crimes are aggressively pursued in the state of Cleveland. It is easy to be charged with an internet crime and even easy to be accused of committing a crime.
A few of the most common internet crimes include:
- Internet Sex Crimes
- Child pornography
- Child solicitation
- Luring a minor
- Fraud crimes
- Business fraud
- Credit card fraud
- Email scams
- Internet auction fraud
- Online gaming espionage
- Investment fraud
- Non-delivery of merchandise
- Identity theft
Cyber Crime Penalties in Cleveland
The penalties for internet crimes vary, and will be based upon the level of financial damage suffered by the victim, the prior criminal record of the alleged perpetrator, and whether the case involved sex crimes against children. Internet fraud that involves banks, mortgage companies or insurance are most often filed in federal court. Crimes related to child pornography possession or distribution through the internet carry extremely heavy consequences.
Internet crime penalties include:
- Monetary Fines
- Jail Time
- Mandatory Registration as a Sex Offender
Benefits of Hiring Friedman Menashe Nemecek & Long, L.L.C. Attorneys at Law
At our firm, we are highly experienced in defending against criminal charges that were filed based upon computer or digital evidence. It could be far more difficult for a prosecutor to prove a case if other parties, whether at work, home or elsewhere, could have gained access to a computer, tablet, smart phone or other device. Our firm calls upon our resources, including most respected technical experts in the field to assist in defense case preparation. It is imperative that we review the facts of your case without delay.
Cleveland Cyber Crimes Lawyer
Friedman Menashe Nemecek & Long, L.L.C. Attorneys at Law are prepared to meet with you in order to gather the necessary information to initiate your defense. Our lawyers go beyond the expected level of service, always giving 110%, and we will always pursue the best possible outcome. Each of our attorneys is highly distinguished, and the recipient of awards and honors. Our lawyers are national lecturers, and have also been called upon by both local and national media over the years for legal commentary. We provide legal defense services throughout Cuyahoga County and Geauga County.
If you are in need of an exceptional level of professional counsel for your defense, contact us as soon as possible.
When it comes to a criminal matter, it’s important to have an attorney with trial experience, as they know the people working within the justice system and how to present compelling cases. Our lawyers are skilled litigators and prepared to represent you in court.