Abilene Lawyer For Individuals Accused Of Computer Crimes
Computer crimes encompass a broad range of criminal offenses that involve crimes using the Internet or through the hacking of computer systems belonging to government entities, businesses, lending institutions and banks. Many of these crimes carry severe penalties and are prosecuted by the federal government. When you or someone you love is facing a serious crime involving computers or the Internet, your legal representation is critical at every stage of the criminal process.
Computer crimes are complex to investigate and require the experience of a technologically savvy defense team. When you are charged with a crime involving the Internet or computers, contact an attorney you can trust.
Computer crimes prosecutions are increasing every year and include charges from child pornography to identity theft or hacking. To effectively defeat an Internet- or computer-related charge, you need the experience of a skilled computer crimes defense attorney. Many investigations require extensive knowledge of the technological systems used in Internet and computer crimes. At the The Law Offices of Randy Wilson and Kristin Postell, PLLC, we have the skills, practical knowledge and resources to effectively defend our clients in complex computer crimes cases.
We are experienced in defending individuals accused of the following computer offenses:
- Computer hacking: government computers, bank computers, lending institutions, fraudulently obtaining financial records
- Sex crimes: solicitation of child pornography, possession of child pornography, unlawful use of chat rooms
- Identity theft and other white collar offenses
Contact Our Abilene Law Office Today
At The Law Offices of Randy Wilson and Kristin Postell, PLLC, we will begin an immediate investigation into your case and provide you with the information you need to protect your rights. We can employ experts and use a detail-oriented approach to effectively collect the evidence necessary to build your defense.
If you are under investigation or you have already been charged with a computer crime, please call our Abilene office at 325-200-4204 or contact us online. We provide free initial consultations.